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Coupons. Double the experience


If you cut out coupons sometimes you don’t realize the money you’re saving and you end up spending the money that you have in your bank account anyways. What I do is after I use my coupons I go home and add up how much I saved using coupons. I then record that amount on my simple Excel spreadsheet.

What recording does is allows me to track how much I’m actually saving using coupons. But it doesn’t end there. I take my savings amount and transfer money from my checking account either to pay down debts or to move into another account or investment account.

So I get to experience the savings of the coupons when I check out and when I pay myself back or pay down my debt at home. I call this a double experience. One last note is that when I shop at target and save 5% using my target red card, I also include the 5% savings in my coupon amounts in a separate column and transfer that money same way I transfer my coupon savings

On average every time I shop for groceries and other items I save between $20 and $30 by using coupons and if I’m at target using my target card. I am not an extreme couponer but it’s still nice to save a few dollars here and there and also track my savings.