Did you know that many people prefer to save without using paper coupons?
For most frugal people it is all too well known that using Manufacturer’s Coupons are one of the most accessible and easiest ways to save on grocery shopping. It is like someone giving you cash to go grocery shopping, or like finding a $20 bill on your way to the grocery store; you would pick it up and use it, right? At least, that’s how I see coupons.
However, not everybody likes couponing . . . and that’s okay. Luckily, there are many other ways to save, and this is a list of the most common and easy ways to save on your purchases, groceries or not:
Having a nice pile of coupons on your way to the grocery store is a great way to start your couponing experience, but don't stop there. With a little extra organization, effort, and tips, you can maximize the value of your coupons!
Here are some Fantastic Tips!
Do you have Emergency Contact in your cellphone?
Almost every cellphone comes with an Emergency Call screen that allows you to call 911, and I think this is a wonderful feature. However, I truly believe that this screen should be accessible to the phone owner so that s/he can set at least one personal contact number for an emergency or lost phone case.
Unfortunately that's not the case, and this feature has been locked by the cellular companies, and my best guess is that this has been done on purpose, probably to create and sell apps that offer this feature, and/or the purchase of future phone models that will probably have this option available.