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It’s time for the Sunday coupon preview! In Utah you will have just one insert(your RedPlum comes in the mail — not newspaper). I have highlighted my favorites! You can get copies of the Sunday newspaper for $1 at Walmart or get them for just $0.38 per week here. Also, don’t forget to check Coupons.com for more coupons.
It’s time for a poll! How many of you notice you go through a stockpile faster because you know it’s there? It’s a subconscious thing — if you know you have extra or more on hand you aren’t as conservative using the product (and potentially waste more). I ask because I have noticed myself doing this from time to time. While I’m not a wasteful person, I do seem to go through stuff faster since I know I have extra, but there are times it might be in my head. So, why not poll everyone and see what you all think? Fill out the poll and let’s see!
Do You Go Through Stuff Faster Because You Have More in the Stockpile?
I went to Target on the hunt for some shoes for my one year old (of course they didn’t have any I liked), but when I ventured over to the kids department I found AWESOME clearances on boy’s clothes!
I picked up three shirts for my son at $2.50 a piece clearance (75%), but then I used the Target Cartwheel for 15% off too, so each shirt was just $2.04! Of course there was a Ninja Turtles shirt so I had to grab it for my son — there’s plenty at the Target in Centerville too if your kid has a TMNT addiction too.
If you don’t have Target Cartwheel, you need it. It’s free and you can use it on your phone. It shaves off an additional percentage at the register! You can use it on regular priced clothes too — there are some adorable baby clothes at Target right now, don’t get me started.
They have some baby outfits on clearance for 50% off. I found a 3-piece Carter PJ set in 18 months for just $7! Sure I could have gotten it cheaper, but it was too stinkin cute to pass up and for $7 for three pieces that’s about $2.33 a piece, so I was happy.
Get to Target before all the clearance stuff is gone! The one here had practically nothing left for clearance shoes.
It’s time to continue the series and debunk yet another myth about coupons. A lot of shoppers avoid store coupons and online coupons because they assume that all they can buy with those coupons is junk food. Yes, there are tons of junk food or processed food item coupons out there, but that’s not all there is.
Coupons for Healthy Food
There are tons of coupons for healthy food — you just have to actually look. Online printable coupons, like Coupons.com or RedPlum.com have dozens of coupons on healthy stuff. Store coupons do too! Smith’s for example, has coupons for organic food items, like Simply Organic. I load these to my store loyalty card and wait for a sale.
You Can’t Get Free, Healthy Foods with Coupons
This is nonsense. I get free healthy foods with coupons all the time. Just the other day I got a free watermelon and gallon of milk. It is possible! Plus, you can always use your overages for free healthy foods.
To get cheap healthy foods you need to look out for them. Stores pack their advertisements and coupon inserts with junk food, but there are just as many healthy food coupons out there too. Also, a lot of stores don’t advertise the healthy food sales, but there are still killer deals. Whole Foods also has tons of sales and printable coupons that help you walk away with vegetarian-friendly, vegan-friendly and organic foods for over 80% off.
Sorry to burst the negativity bubble! But this myth is most definitely untrue.