Your Coupon List – Reduce Your Grocery Bill With Current Coupons
Even with a coupon list… I loathe going to the grocery store. Not just the cost… but just the time commitment. I don't like spending an hour a week strolling through the grocery store sweating how much it's all going to total. I don't shop at just one store — but the majority of my shopping is done at Ingles. Many might not know about Ingles because it's more of a southern franchise. We are getting a Public's soon. I'm excited to check it out when it's done. We have a Wal-mart that I go to sometimes and we have an Aldi's that I frequent as well.
But I am not an advocate of driving around to tons of different stores for weekly groceries. Well, unless your stores are all within blocks of each other and you don't mind spending the extra time doing so.
Regardless of my preferences or dislikes — I think all of us like to save money wherever we can. We all want to eat healthy for the most part too. So saving money at the grocery store is awesome.
I do use a few apps to help me with my savings. And honestly — these are amazing apps. I use Favado to create my grocery list, then I use iBotta to add more savings if I can. I do use Checkout51 as well. I urge you to check out these apps if you have not. I promise, they do not disappoint. AND — on top of that…. I use good ole coupons. I either cut them from the paper or print them from online.
I've decided to list coupons weekly here that I find and use myself. Granted, the apps cover a lot of coupons — but not everyone has a smartphone or gets the paper. So I'm going to list these so that whomever can use them — can snag them. I do not shop without coupons. To me, it's insane to throw away even 25 cents. So if you're like me – having a coupon list to help those quarters add up, is something you adore!
THIS WEEK'S COUPON LIST (and a few special offers that I came across as well!)
You just need to click on the coupons you want – and it will open up a new page that saves the ones you've clicked on and then you can print them all at once.
Ibotta: The amount of savings is substantial (I've earned $250 cashback so far! Right into my PayPal account). I absolutely recommend using coupons and Ibotta for reducing your grocery expenses.
PRINT YOUR COUPONS NOW AND START SAVING