I literally take advantage of every possible bit of savings available before, during, and after every transaction. It may take longer, but it’s worth the extra money. Try to combine as much as possible to make the most of your money, starting with what you are most comfortable with.
Start by finding the nearest store that has the best prices overall. Use their loyalty program to get additional deals. Keep an eye on sales, stack coupons where possible, and stock up. You can use payment cards that give you cash back. There are also a few apps that will pay for your receipts. That’s all extra money towards your grocery bill. Sometimes you can also find coupon codes for food items and so many other things on Amazon.
There are all sorts of coupons including printed, digital, manufacturer, store, coupon codes, and so on. To get the best results, I would recommend learning the rules for each store, the different kinds of coupons and deals available, and what can be combined.
*** More details, along with digital and paper coupon resources can be found on the Coupons page.
There’s lots of ways to get cash back from your purchases. I shop through third party sites, and pay with a payment card that gives me cash back. Then I submit my receipt for even more money back.
- Credit Cards
- Submit Receipts
- Late Delivery Credit (Amazon)
*** See the Cash Back page for more detailed information.
Gift cards can be bought at a discounted rate from a third party site. You can usually get cards for places like Domino’s, Dunkin, Walmart, CVS, Kmart, Kohls, Home Depot, and more. You can sometimes get a gift card from Amazon when you buy one for someone. You can also sell gift cards too.
You can shop through Raise to get cash back, but you can also buy gift cards from them. To get extra cash back, use another third party site to purchase a gift card on Raise.
Restaurant.com has gift cards that you can buy at a discounted rate. I just bought $100 worth of dining passes for Dunkin, McDonalds, Dominos for only $12. It also comes with all sorts of special discounts that can be reused for six months.
I used to write quite a bit about this subject, but I have since removed all pages and posts. I just need time to clean things up a bit. Some rules have changed in the rebating world. This has caused other things to change as well. Along with this, some companies have shut down or altered their practices. I want to make sure I’m providing valid and safe information to everyone. Thanks for your patience.
Discount codes can be found all over the place. Companies and sellers give them out, and so do third party companies and affiliates. I mostly use them on Amazon, but I also use them for other retailers when I see something I really want. I stick to a strict budget, and find these to be very helpful.
*** See the Discount Codes page for more detailed information.
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