Due to overwhelming response, I’m offering another web class tonight! Another chance to score discounted Sunday Oregonians!
I’m coming round to my five year “Strategic Couponing” anniversary — it was the winter of 2008 that I started paying attention to how much I was spending on food and household items. By employing several savings strategies over the course of several months, I was able to reduce our monthly food/household budget from around $450 to $265 (five people, two in diapers). That almost $200 in savings allowed us to meet other financial goals that we had prioritized and I felt like I had control over our budget, not the grocery store.
With the new year, I know many of you are looking to whip your family’s budget into shape and probably one of the best ways to save is by using coupons to lower your grocery budget.
Join me this week for a free 30-minute web class as I share 3 ways to save money with coupons. You will walk away knowing the basics of couponing plus you’ll have the opportunity to snag a serious bargain on the Sunday Oregonian:
Participants in this free web class will be qualified to get up the Sunday Oregonian at a fantastic discount!
Sunday, January 6 at 6:00 pm — register for this class here
*Make sure you come a bit early — I’m doing a fun giveaway to those who show up before the actual teaching begins!
Registration is easy — just click this link, fill in your name and email. We will email you the web class URL before the event begins (check your spam folder if the email doesn’t show up in your inbox immediately after registering). Please note that the webinar program I use does not work on iPods, iPads or iPhones. It should work on Android smart phones.
Important: This discounted subscription offer is exclusive to participants of a Frugal Living NW live event and is not offered directly through The Oregonian. It is available to those readers within The Oregonian home delivery areas of Multnomah, Washington, Clackamas and parts of Columbia and Yamhill counties only. I don’t know when or if the Oregonian is planning to expand this deal to other parts of Oregon or SW Washington. I also have no knowledge of other papers offering a discounted subscription deal.
Everyone, regardless of location, is welcome to attend the class! Go here to register!