One network got me $50 worth of free pasta. Another gave me all the laundry detergent I needed for a year. Yet another opened me up to the awesome world of free pudding cups. Had I tapped into the world’s largest underground food network?
Imagine if you had unfettered access to hundreds of coupons every month, and using each coupon every time you shopped could turn a $200/week grocery bill into a $50/week grocery bill. Would you still pay full price for Gatorade? Vegetables? Tide? Kleenex? What about that kitty litter bill, or the trash bags for your household trash bins?
If you’re one of the millions of people in America having trouble keeping up with the bills, this is the answer to your prayers: coupon networks.
Coupon networks offer a trove of up-to-date, valuable coupons for every day items you look for every time you go grocery shopping, and they’re growing fast. One network offered me free laundry soap for an entire year, and that wasn’t even the best part. They also offered me coupons that amounted to thousands of dollars in savings just for being a free member.
These networks don’t come without their pitfalls, but they are few and far between. The only downside I’ve managed to come across is that the offers only last a short time, such as a week or two, sometimes a month to six months, but usually on the short side. That’s why it’s important to check them out sooner rather than later and don’t procrastinate if you want to save a lot of money on your grocery shopping.
Below are a few of the best coupon networks and coupon offers that I’ve found. All of them are free to sign up:
– Grocery Coupon Network
– $250 Grocery Gift Card
– $100 in Beauty Samples
– $100 Variety Grocery Samples
– $1000 Superstore Gift Card
– Costco Gift Card – One Field
– CoolSurveys – $1500 Grocery Gift Card – (Mobile Users Only)
– Clip n’ Go Coupons – Grocery Giveaway
With that list, I’ve saved over $600 a month on groceries!