Sep 30, 2009

About Surviving The Stores


Welcome to Surviving The Stores!

Surviving The Stores is an online free resource dedicated to helping you bring more of your money home. With the economic times how they are, more and more people are looking for ways to save money in all areas of their life. Blog authors Rachel & Ryan Holland scour the Internet daily to bring you all of the best deals, coupons, freebies and money-saving tips out there.

About The Authors

Rachel is a stay at home, home-schooling mom of four precious children and the founder of Surviving The Stores. Rachel first discovered couponing in the Spring of 2008 and it totally revolutionized her family’s budget. In September of 2008 Rachel decided to start Surviving The Stores as a way to keep herself accountable in grocery budgeting. Since then the small blog that she started has turned into a mega-resource center for saving money online and in the stores.

After Ryan was laid off from his job in 2010 he came home to help Rachel turn Surviving The Stores into the multi-faceted money saving resource it has become, and has been working full time with STS since the beginning of 2011. Ryan helps Rachel manage the site as a whole and likes to post about deals guys would typically be more interested in to make sure there are plenty of great deals for the men who visit the site as well for ladies looking for deals and gifts for their husbands.

How Can Surviving The Stores Help You?

Coupon Matchups – We match up the coupons from the paper and printable coupons with the sales of the store to maximize your savings.

Printable Coupons – We find all of the best printable coupons available each day for you to print on your own printer.

Freebies – If there is a freebie out there, chances are we have posted about it. Click on the link for the latest Freebies & Samples.

Restaurant Coupons Database – Going out to eat? Be sure to check the Restaurant Coupons page first to see if there is a coupon available for the restaurant you are going to. This is also a great resource to help you decide where to go out to eat.

Retail Coupons Database – If you’re heading to the mall or to any retail store check here first to see if there is a coupon available for the store you are needing to go to. If there is a store that offers printable coupons, you can pretty much bet it will be on the Retail Store Coupons page.

Grocery Coupon Database – If you are looking for a coupon for a specific product at the store you can check to see if there is a coupon available on the Grocery Coupon Database. Just type in the name brand or type of product you are wanting to buy and you will see all of the coupons available.

Online Coupon Codes – Wanting to do some shopping online? Be sure to check out our online resource where you can search for coupon codes for any store that you want to shop at online! From Apparel to Home & Garden to Kids & Baby and more you can find coupon codes for virtually any store that has provided discount codes for online customers.

Best Online Deals – Who wants to go to a store when you can buy what you need at a discounted price at the comfort of your home? We are continually searching the Internet for the best deals online to post about on the website.

Plus, much more!

My recommendation is to add Surviving The Stores to your blog reader (such as google reader) so that you don’t miss out on any great deals! You can also subscribe (for free, of course!) to Surviving The Stores through email and you will get an email at the end of each day with the posts for that day.

Be sure to also “Like” Surviving The Stores on Facebook to get updates directly to your Facebook wall. Also, there are some deals (usually the ones that won’t last long) that we post only to Facebook.

Feel free to leave a comment on a particular post with any questions or if you have some extra insight on a particular deal. We love hearing from our readers so also feel free to contact us any time.

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