“What I Wish I Knew Before Couponing”, Chapter Preview

The book is here and for sale in the Kindle store! “What I Wish I Knew Before Couponing” is ready for sale and is only $2.99. In this 105-page edition you’ll learn the 55 money-costing mistakes all couponers make, but they’re not aware they’re making them! I’m guilty of these offenses, but hopefully by reading this book you won’t make them yourself.

Learn from the common and not-so-common mistakes, including:

  • Organizing improperly
  • Burning out
  • Buying useless subscriptions
  • Not using free apps that give you money for shopping
  • …and more!

I want to thank everyone for purchasing my first book “How to Coupon: One Cheap Utah Chick’s Guide to Getting Started” and hope you all will enjoy this one too!

Right now it’s only available on Kindle, but next week it will publish to Barnes & Noble Nook, Apple iBookstore, and as a PDF online! You don’t need a Kindle to read this right now though. You can access the Kindle app from a variety of devices (including the iPhone!) by clicking here.

Get a preview of the book below! Today’s preview features Mistake #6:

NOT USING A STORE LOYALTY CARD 

Store loyalty cards are free — if it’s not free, it’s not a loyalty card, it’s a membership. For most stores you need a store loyalty card to get the sale price, accumulate rewards points, etc. Stores today have loyalty cards and if you’re going to coupon, you need to be a member of each store you plan on shopping at. A lot of couponers go to the store looking to get the sale/advertised price and calculate their entire trip on that price only to realize they need the card. It’s not only embarrassing, but you could end up spending a lot more than you planned without one….”

Finish this chapter and others by purchasing the book in the Kindle store!

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