Jan 9, 2012

Can Coupon Suzy Help You Save On Your Grocery Budget?


Coupon SuzyHave you guys seen the Coupon Suzy commercials in your area yet?

They are everywhere and don’t look like they are going away anytime soon.

So what exactly is Coupon Suzy?

From what I understand, it’s run by a corporation called Coupons.com…  a corporation that I happen to love and use (and post about here on Surviving The Stores) all of the time!

I think it was pretty smart of them to run a commercial like that, but is that site really going to help you save BIG on your grocery budget?

And my answer is… Somewhat.  But not by itself.

You see, Coupon Suzy is JUST a place to print coupons.  A place that you can find here on Surviving The Stores too.  But here on Surviving The Stores instead of just showing you the coupons, we show WHEN to use those coupons to get the best deal!

For example, do you have a Walmart near you?  Most everyone does.  If so, then check out our Walmart Coupon Match-ups page.  We tell you which items are on sale, which coupons to use for that sale (some from coupons.com, some from other places, and some from the newspaper inserts), and how much your final price will be!

What about Target?  Kroger?  Whole Foods?  Meijer?  CVS?  Walgreens?  We show you how to use coupons and WHEN to use your coupons at each of these stores (and several MORE!) so that you can save the most money possible!  Just check out our store coupon match-ups page to see all of the stores that we cover.

I think that’s a ton more useful!

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Oh, and be sure to check out our printable coupon databases for Restaurant Coupons, Retail Coupons, and Grocery Coupons!

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