Learn how to save at the grocery store at a local FLNW Strategic Couponing class (Beaverton, Milwaukie, Vancouver)

by Angela Davis on March 12, 2012

Are you ready to start couponing or looking to step up your game? Frugal Living NW couponing classes are the perfect way to quickly learn the rules and strategies behind getting tons of food, toiletries and household items for FREE or nearly free! Here are the classes currently scheduled for Spring 2012:

Strategic Couponing: Grocery Store Savings (Beginning):

  • Monday, April 2 in Beaverton
  • Monday, April 23 in Milwaukie
  • Wednesday, May 2 in Vancouver

Go here to register for one of these beginning classes.

I will be scheduling classes through the early summer and then probably take the rest of 2012 off with my new baby. I realize some of you will have to drive a bit to attend a class — I promise, I’ll make it worth your time!

I do have plans to schedule another Advanced Couponing Class (covers Rite Aid & Walgreens) — I would love to find a location in Vancouver, Salem and on the westside of Portland. If you know of a place that can hold 50-100 people in one of these areas, please let me know!

Note that I only offer classes in Oregon and SW Washington. If you’re outside the area, please contact these bloggers for classes close to you:

Is your church or non-profit interested in hosting a beginning couponing class? I teach one class per month that is free to the host location. Contact us at frugallivingonline at gmail dot com for details!

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Jammie Eastham March 13, 2012 at 1:23 am

I run a MOPS group in Naselle Washington, 2 hours from you down the coast. I would love to have you come and talk about couponing or try to host the event.

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Brooke March 12, 2012 at 7:25 pm

I recently moved to Beaverton and already know how to coupon, I would just like to know how to buy multiple newspapers for cheap like i have been able to get in the other cities I have lived in. I have one subscription, but they only allow me to get one paper on Sundays, and I would like more. Do you know how to do this? (The stores sell them for $2 each, but i would really like to get it cheaper AND delivered to my door)

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Angela March 12, 2012 at 9:08 pm

Unfortunately, you cannot get multiple papers delivered at a discount. Your only option is to purchase them for $2 each at the store. Bummer, I know.

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Dee March 12, 2012 at 3:47 pm

I’ve already signed up myself, my mother, and my brother’s girlfriend for the Milwaukie class, so excited for an advanced one as well. What types of items would you like for the donations for us…or should I say can I donate pantyliners and toothpaste and contact solution, or are canned goods a better option?

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