If you have coupon envy and have wondered how people on TV walk out of the grocery store with full carts paying a fraction of what you are, I have a book for you. ““ by Rachel Singer Gordon is the answer to saving money at the grocery store. Learn how you can win a copy below!
Gordon not only teaches you the coupon basics, but she trains you on how to do it effectively. Gordon is a former librarian and the blogger behind . Before learning to coupon, she struggled to stay on budget at the grocery store. She writes:
The cool thing about couponing is you will start to see savings almost immediately. On my first planned couponing trip to the store, I saved 60 percent off my bill with coupons: I was hooked! Some very simple changes in the way you shop and match up coupons with sales will have a dramatic impact on your bottom line at checkout.
The 254-page book is divided into four sections that cover everything from stacking coupons to maximize your savings to earning money from shopping trips! My favorite section covers shopping for organic, natural, and allergen-free couponing.
This book is intended for those struggling with couponing, but if you’re a seasoned couponer, you’ll also find nuggets of helpful information.
If you would like to win a copy of “The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Couponing,” by Rachel Singer Gordon leave a comment by Sunday, July 8, 2012 at 11:59 p.m. EST, telling me about your failed attempts at couponing. I’ll announce the winner on Monday, May 29!
If you can’t wait to start saving money, you can order the book on for $11.29.