I love coupons. I love the thrill of the savings. All of my friends and family members know this. I rarely go anywhere or do anything without checking for a coupon first.
In fact, when my husband and I first met, he was in the process of ordering something online. I asked if he had a coupon code. “What’s that?” he asked. “We have some work to do,” I thought. (Sure enough, he found a coupon code for 30% off. He’s never looked back.)
So this got me thinking about couponing. I found some interested facts here, including:
I’m not an extreme-couponer, with binders of coupons and thousands of boxes of cereal stashed in my basement. I simply look at our local ads each week when making our meal menu, plan accordingly based on sales and then look for coupons.
As a side note, another interesting point in the article is in regards to income. To my surprise, a majority of the “super heavy” and “enthusiasts” have a household income of more than $70,000 per year. So, how did they get some of their wealth? Couponing, perhaps?
Do you coupon?