Would you like to save a $1,000 dollars this year simply by using coupons? Now there’s a book that tells you how. The Ultimate Guide to Coupons has lots of tips and secrets to help you save – and it’s just $10! That’s a huge return on your investment.
Or, you can also buy a print copy for $14.95 from Amazon. Interested in a print copy of the book? You’ll love the large type and plenty of space for your notes and coupons. Order now from Amazon.
What you’ll learn from this book:
- How to “stack” coupons with sale items to maximize your savings
- Which apps to use to get money back no matter what you buy
- How to use your coupon skills to help others
- How to read the fine print and get products for almost nothing
What people are saying about ‘The Ultimate Guide to Coupons’
Prepare for living large while spending small. “The Ultimate Guide to Coupons” is a thorough handbook on the savvy use of coupons. It takes you beyond grocery aisles and into saving at restaurants, department stores and even car repair shops. The book also shows how to save with apps, double coupons, customer reward programs, hidden clearance racks and discounted gift cards. Invaluable for enjoying the good life in pricey South Florida.
— Donna Gehrke-While, former personal finance reporter for the South Florida Sun Sentinel
Living on the Cheap has produced a book that stays true to its company mission: to help people live their best lives without breaking the bank. “The Ultimate Guide to Coupons” is a clearly written, incredibly useful guide that shows consumers how to get the most bang for their bucks. It also dispels some myths. (Not crazy about clipping? You don’t have to! Convinced that coupons are only for junk food? You couldn’t be more mistaken. Think rebates are too much trouble? New apps make earning as easy as pointing and clicking.) “The Ultimate Guide to Coupons” would make a great gift for a new college grad, a newlywed couple or, frankly, anyone who believes in the frugal credo that only amateurs pay retail.”
— Donna Freedman, veteran personal finance journalist and author of the “Your Playbook For Tough Times” series