Free Couponing ECourse

Have you ever wondered why people bother cutting coupons?

Have you ever been confused by bizarre coupon lingo?

Have you ever seen piles of discarded newspapers full of coupons thrown into the trash and wondered if maybe there was a way to use all that?

If so, the coupon e-course at Saving Money Plan can help!

Here at Saving Money Plan, I teach a ten step couponing class that will teach you to change your budget!

So, you want to get started with couponing and saving money?

Now, let’s talk about couponing.

The Introduction:

What is the purpose of the 10-step Couponing Course?

The premise of a coupon is simple. You get a coupon, you use it to save money. However, many people believe you can’t really save much money with coupons. These naysayers, you see, simply don’t know how to use them correctly. It’s time that you start reaping the rewards that thousands of thousands of Americans are enjoying – free toiletries and household items.

What you need if you want to participate:

1. You need to want to do this.

To me, this is fun. It’s also one of the best kept secrets about saving tons of money every month to free up your budget for fresh food items and other things on your list. I love getting tons of makeup, toiletries, face washes, razors, toilet paper, candy, non-perishable food and regular household products free. Now that I hardly ever pay for anything at CVS or Walgreens, it’s almost painful to watch all those people shelling out 20 bucks for shampoo. But heck, this whole couponing thing might sound like the most boring thing on the planet. If that’s you – don’t do it!

2. You need these items:

– A box or drawer you will devote to this project

– A marker or pen

– A notebook

– Envelopes

– A calculator

– A Sunday newspaper every Sunday

3. You need to commit to doing these 2 things every week if you want to see success:

– Come to this blog at least once a week to read what your directions are for what you need to do this week to get your free items.

– Go to Walgreens or CVS (or both, if you get excited by all the free stuff you are getting) that week following the directions.

So – do you want to jump on board!

The next class begins soon – so look in your inbox that day for your first issue of the How to Coupon Class!


  1. Silvia says:

    I spend $100/week for me, DH, 3 year old and 5 month old daughters. Simply cause that’s all we can afofrd I just started couponing a few months ago and it’s amazing the deals you can find! Especially on personal hygiene products. We wont have to buy razors, toothpaste, deodorant, or body wash for a very long timer cause I stocked up when they were free or super cheap. It also helps that our Walmarts here double coupons up to $1 on Tuesdays! Still, I feel like I could do better with buying food It’s hard to buy our normal list AND spend money to buy the weekly coupon deals. But I did save $400 my first month of couponing!!!

  2. Alex says:

    We spend $125/week on our family of four and 2 cats. This indeculs all food, toiletries, household items, diapers, etc I shop the ads from each local store every week an make meal plans based off sale items as much as possible. I coupon when practical, and buy a lot of stuff at Sam’s Club. I make all our baked goods from scratch, and we have a pretty large garden that gives us a lot of canned and frozen vegetables for the rest of the year. I honestly don’t know how I would get it consistently lower than that, so all you folks that only spend $60-$75 a week amaze me. That is awesome!

  3. Tomoko says:

    I spend $100 a week for the two of us, the dog and the three stepkids who eat over half of their meals each week with us dunrig the school year. In the summer I spend a little less because the kids eat fewer meals with us, my husband fishes and I can buy produce at the farmers’ market for less. And hopefully, next year our garden will work out! (Only got a pumpkin vine, some peppers and some sunflowers out of it this year, thanks to frost in June!)

  4. Mohameed says:

    We were spending beteewn 100-140/week for me, my hubby and our 4 year old. We’re now on WIC (expecting baby #2 in Sept!) so that’s cut a few bucks out for milk, PB, cereal and cheese. We’ve also started couponing (saved $35 a couple of weeks ago!) and are now down to $60-$80 a week. We’re trying to be more careful about buying when on sale, buying from Target when it’s cheaper, and taking advantage of our grocery stores Double Daze where they double mfg coupons up to $1.00!