How I Paid $8 for $170 Worth of Groceries by Charmaine Gerber
(Confessions of a Coupon Fashionista)

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Have you ever handed over $8 to the check out clerk for $170 worth of groceries at the local supermarket?

I have. The clerk had to call in the manager, he came down and examined every single item on the receipt but in the end he confirmed that there was no mistake. Of course there was no mistake! It had taken a little bit of planning, but when opportunities like these presented themselves, I was ready to take advantage of it. Will you be ready if an opportunity like this presents itself again?

Whilst feats such as this may not be possible every time you shop, I estimate that ordinary Americans are throwing away many thousands of dollars each year on groceries, clothing, eating out, make up, toiletries, vitamins and more.

My name is Charmaine Gerber. I love coupons and I love saving money.
So much so that I have developed a savings system that can help you save thousands of dollars a year on everyday items in only 1-2 hours per week. I decided to let you know exactly how I did it (and continue to do it, week in, week out).

This system is not like many others that are advertised out there. It is about saving the most money on a range of essentials items in the least amount of time possible. This system can literally save you thousands of dollars a year.

In my system you’ll discover:

What online tools you can use to alert you when items you buy are on sale.

How to organize yourself so that you spend the least amount of time possible clipping coupons. I have 4 kids, so can only afford to spend 1-2 hours per week organizing myself. My grocery bill is around $500-$600 a month.

How my sister (with a family of six) spends a fraction over $200 per month on her groceries. Although she spends between 4-6 hours per week using my system.

How to save on healthy produce and organic products. Many people think coupons are only for junk food items. This is incorrect and I will show you many healthy and organic brands that offer coupons for their products.

I’ll show you how to deal with kids and get them to fall into your new household plan for savings.

How to get them to enjoy their school lunches and not hassle you for canteen money

How to master the sales cycles and how to take advantage of seasonal discounting.

And many other ways to save money on electronics, travel, eating out, vitamins, bedding, linen, clothing and more.

If you are looking for a system to get organized and start saving. This is the book for you.

Pick up your copy today!

Please note. This book is targeted towards USA consumers only.

About Charmaine Gerber

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Published April 22, 2012 102 pages
Genres: Business & Economics. Non-fiction

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