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I watched a show the other night about exmrtee couponing. The people I saw were buying huge quantities and it was questionable whether or not they would use all of the products before the expiration date and/or the product went bad.Having said that, my wife and I have used coupons for years and save between 25% and 40% on our grocery bill over a year’s time. Here are a few ideas: Don’t buy anything with a coupon that you wouldn’t buy without a coupon. In other words, if you don’t like beets and you have a coupon, why buy the beets if you won’t eat them? Check the price of store brands versus a name brand with a coupon. Kroger, for instance, gives Seniors a 10% discount on their store brands so you have to figure the store brand less 10% versus the name brand with the coupon. The calculator on your cell phone can sure come in handy when you’re tired. Sure bets to buy in quantity are dried fruit and beans, detergent and cleaning supplies, paper products, etc. We look over the grocery ads each week and make our shopping list based on what we need, what we want, and what’s on sale, in that order. An item on sale less a coupon is a good deal if you’ll use the item. Sometimes you can combine a store coupon with a manufacturer’s coupon for greater savings. Many stores double and triple coupons and some even double up to a dollar (a 75cent coupon is worth $ 1, etc.).The exmrtee examples you quote are of people in areas that have high competition between grocery stores. Some stores price match with other stores in some areas. Combine the coupons and price matches, plus a coupon for $ 5 or $ 10 off a $ 50 or $ 100 purchase and you’re starting to rack up big savings.Personally, I handle the groceries and my wife handles the paper and toiletries. We both know what’s a good deal on our particular specialty. One of us will cut out the weekly coupons and some from online sources that we need. We each store our coupons in a divided folder, such as a check file. When we make our lists, we first make our primary list and then divide it up by store sales, etc. Then we match coupons with our lists. That way, we are buying what we need to restock or make particular meals, then what we want in the house. When we go to the store we take our file folders with us in case there’s an unadvertised special for which we have a coupon. YOu have to realize we’re spending more time up front in preparation but less time in the stores.This takes a little work but may save you a lot of money. My advice is to start small. Pick out the coupons for the stuff you buy repeatedly, like milk, juice, canned goods, frozen foods, dairy products, etc., and then if you find you’re saving money you can expand your coupon use. It’s at least worth a try on a small scale. Unless you’re a fanatic you’ll never save like the exmrtee coupon users but you can save a lot of money. Good luck.