If you don't have any idea or a very brief understanding what couponing is or how it's implimented, let me elaborate for you. It's very simple to do and not hard once you get the hang of it. It is easier when you are organized though.
Couponing is when you use store coupons and manufacturers coupons to purchase merchandise or get discounts on products. Most people who coupon a lot understand how to get the most from their coupons. Reason is they take time to research when products go on sale at rock bottom then use their coupons to get the product for as little as possible, even free. When you really work at it though.
Is it possible to get free grocery store products with coupons?
The answer is, Yes! Absolutley, it's definitly possible to use coupons to buy, even receive money back for purchasing their products. Coupons are used just like money.
Still Confused? Here's an example:
Buy 1 Razor for a $1.97
then use 1 coupon for $2.00 off any "specified" razor
(most coupons are found in the sunday paper and online)
Give cashier $0.00 and get free razor
I hope that helped you with the very basics of what couponing is and how couponing works. For some it might be a little overwhelming at first but once you do it the first time you can't stop. It's so rewarding getting useful items for no cost or even getting money back. If you want to save money I would suggest couponing, it's definitly worth it when you add it up.
So pick up some papers this sunday and get your coupons. You won't be able to stop shopping.