Tuesday, December 20, 2011

Couponing: The Extreme Video Course



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I just don't have time to coupon!!!!  I just keep telling myself that because I feel bad when I see others using coupons.  I know our family is no where near rich, and we could desperately use a way to save money in our grocery budget.


I have watched those shows on TV and drooled over the stockpiles that people have accumulated.  There was a kid on one of the shows that was in high school, saved about $1000.  HUH!!!  


My dream is to have a stock pile...that I don't even have to shop for.  I have a secret......shhhhhh......I hate grocery shopping.  I hate the price.  I use coupons occasionally, but never really go out of my way.  Makes me nervous because I truly do not know how to be coupon savvy yet.  That is until I watched 'Couponing:  The Extreme Video Course'.


This series, created by Stay a Stay at Home Mom Rayven Perkins, breaks couponing down into easy to watch segments.  They range from an Introduction to Couponing, How to collect coupons, How to organize your coupons, using Double/Triple Coupons, How to watch for counterfeit coupons, Shopping at Various popular stores, Couponing Ethics, and How to use a Stockpile.


The best thing is each Session is broke down into roughly 7-10 minute segments, so you can easily find the time to learn more about saving your family money.  You can re-watch any segment that you might want to review.  I was easily able to watch a short segment in the evenings before going to bed or when I first got up while checking my email.  You can also easily pause the video....you know when the kids start fighting over who gets the last cookie (because I was too cheap to buy multiple packages at full price).



The accompanying 35 page workbook gives you written reminders how to use coupons to the fullest potential for your family.  You can easily print a copy and keep it in your coupon binder as a reference.  She also provides extra links for continued savings after you get started.  These include links to legitimate savings sites to print coupons from.


The course took the overwhelming out of couponing for me.  I no longer fear a coupon binder, and in fact excited about going and getting one today.  I will never be one of those people that have $10,000 stockpiles, but I truly look forward to saving my family money on our groceries.


If you are trying to get started and just don't know where to turn.....this course is a great stepping stone into the world of couponing.  There is a No Hassle Money Back guarantee if you are not completely satisfied.


The Extreme Video Course, is a 14 part video training on how to save 20 to 90% off your grocery bill. This comprehensive video series, brought to you by coupon expert Rayven Perkins, includes over 90 minutes of actual "how to coupon" video instruction with easy to implement steps. Take the course today and begin extreme savings by couponing tomorrow!

In order to simplify you coupon experience, Rayven breaks down 5 national and regional chains that can immediately accelerate your coupon savings. The stores discussed are: Target, CVS, RiteAid, Walgreens and HEB (of Texas) and Rayven dials in on extreme savings by implementing the 7 Rules of Couponing in these 5 stores. 

The Video Series also includes 2 BONUS videos. Bonus Video 1 will teach you how to save on your grocery bill without coupons and Bonus Video 2 gives you members only access to websites that will skyrocket your coupon savings. 

Brought to you by Rayven Perkins, author, editor, webmaster of www.stay-a-stay-at-home-mom.com



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Creator:  Rayven Perkins
Cost:  $37.00 with a 90-day 100% money back guarantee



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3 comments:

  1. Most coupons are for processed foods, mostly junk, and extreme couponing encourages people to buy it. Essentially what they save with couponing they will fork over to doctors for a whole range of food-related maladies. Even what is perceived as a healthier choice is usually not the case... if the oatmeal and whole grain breads contain 20+ ingredients it's not healthy. Processed foods are filled with emulsifiers, conditioners, fillers, artificial colors, artificial flavors, MSG and other taste enhancers, and preservatives - all linked to health problems.

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  2. Most coupons are for processed foods. I generally pass those on to those who wish to eat that stuff. My goal is to save on what we actually do buy. I know there are some coupons out there for items that we use, and those are the ones that I will collect. But good point about the processed foods :)

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