Friday, April 8, 2011

A Post About Couponing with Links

I watched the show "Extreme Couponing" again. Oh how I wish we Canucks were able to do something like that. however, I feel that the majority of things that the Extreme Couponers purchase would not be used in our home, things we would never buy anyway.

Here's some more sites to check out for Canadians to assist with the grocery bills. If you are actually able to use the coupons for a great deal, please tell us about it in the comments section.

While doing some research on the Web, I found this article on Extreme Couponing in Canada.

Want a Free Tub of Yogurt? Click this link to get a coupon for a free tub of yogurt.

Places on the Web to get coupons mailed to you or printable coupons, and links for freebies:


  1. I'm not good with coupons. I forget them at home or I forget at the check out. I know I could probably save a bit if I did use them. Great links though, maybe just maybe I'll remember to take the coupons I get.

  2. I didn't watch the show but I would like to catch it sometime this week. I try with coupons but I'm certainly not addicted. I think you are right in that many of the things that there are always coupons for, like premade frozen foods, we eat very little of.

  3. I'm like Johanna, I never remember to use my coupons, but i did order the yogurt one as i eat a lot of yogurt!! Great post!

  4. I totally agree with you. My husband and I really try to eat healthy and eliminate frozen pre-made food so when I look at the coupon ads there is nothing that I eat weekly. Who the heck is going through 60 bottles of ketchup or 200 bars of butterfinger candy? It is outrageous