We’re about 48 hours away from the beginning of The Ultimate Couponing Course! I’ve spent the last couple of weeks planning out all the lessons, bonuses, and resources and it’s going to be so much fun.
I know that some of you are curious about this couponing thing, but still don’t fully believe that coupons can save money on the food that your family actually eats. Let’s chat about that.
Here are three common objections people have to couponing:
Couponing only allows you to buy junk food.
I call this “The Pop-Tart Objection.”
Yes, you can buy some pretty awesome junk food with coupons, but here’s the great part: No one requires you to purchase and consume something you don’t want to. There is room to save on most items out there with coupons and other savings strategies we cover during the course, including real food, toiletries, household items, and school supplies.
Couponing doesn’t save much money.
This is the “Selective Couponing” misconception.
Many people only cut coupons for the exact brands that they are used to buying. Clipping 3-4 coupons per week and using them on a full priced item isn’t worth your time. That’s not how we use coupons.
We use coupons strategically. We only use a coupon when we can get the name brand of a product for significantly less than the generic equivalent at WinCo or Walmart. The Ultimate Couponing Course shows you exactly how to do this.
Couponing takes too much time.
Oh, the good ole’ “It takes too much time to coupon” objection.
People remember all the work we saw our mothers putting into couponing during pre-Web age. It’s different now! The resources available on the internet (like FrugalLivingNW.com!) makes couponing so easy and efficient. If you have about 20 minutes per week to devote to getting yourself ready for your shopping, your grocery budget will start to shrink.
There is a definite method to this couponing madness and The Ultimate Couponing Course will walk you through exactly how to use coupons and other savings strategies to save you hundreds of dollars every month.
Not only will you learn everything you need to know about grocery store savings, you also get some pretty sweet bonuses:
1. The Ultimate Price Point Guide — Ever wonder how much you should be paying for chicken breast, peanut butter, and toothpaste? This guide tells you exactly how much the Frugal Living NW team is willing to pay for the items a typical family buys in a month.
2. Printable Shopping List — A well planned shopping trip can not only save you time but loads of money! Get organized for your upcoming shopping with this handy, printable shopping list.
Registration for The Ultimate Couponing Course is open for two more days and the course begins Wednesday! Not quite sure what this is all about? The registration page has everything you need to know. And reply to this email with any questions you have about the course. I’m happy to help you figure out if it’s a good investment for you.
I’m busy filming all the videos for this course right now and I am so excited for you to see what we have planned!
Register for The Ultimate Couponing Course here! It closes on Wednesday at 5:59 pm Pacific!
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