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Former ‘Extreme Couponer’ Admits: It’s a Waste of Time
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[quote:Anonymous Coward 27132632:MV8yMDQwNTIyXzM0MzAwOTc4XzUyNzFGQzJD] [quote:Anonymous Coward 26361720:MV8yMDQwNTIyXzM0Mjk5MzAyXzRCMzZGODdE] [i]When you do the extreme couponing and your goal is to save as much as you can, it’s not really so much about getting useful products as it is about getting products that you can get for free.[/i] [/quote] Thats just stupid.Free isnt what the coupon company is offering.They are offering a savings on their product. I dont see the point of getting something just because its free.If its not useful to you then dont take it.It may be useful to someone else [/quote]
ttown take note.
For obvious reasons, the idea that you can snag hundreds of dollars worth of groceries for next to nothing has become exceptionally popular with today’s debt-ridden, budget-strapped masses. But does the “extreme couponing” popularized on TV actually pay off?
Of course not. The idea seemed unlikely in the beginning and seems even more so now that more shoppers have tried to mimic the astounding money-saving acrobatics displayed on the TLC show Extreme Couponing.
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