You can print coupons and find grocery specials using Patch's new "Grocery Specials" section.
In September we announced the launch of our new Tucker "Grocery Specials" section. Have you had the chance to check it out? It's pretty handy for finding local deals. It allows you to browse local grocery coupons and weekly specials. Similar to the weekly circulars found in print newspapers by each local retailer, the Grocery Specials section has hundreds of retailers’ specials in one place. This section uses a third-party (Grocery Server) to deliver local grocery data. There are two ways to access Grocery Specials from Tucker Patch: Or just click HERE to go to the new section. What do you think of Patch's cool new feature?
Coupon clipping moms are taking over the world - and the grocery stores. Extreme couponing is all the rage. In this week’s Moms Talk, we ask about the things you do to make yourself a better home economist.
A major part of being a mom and running a household is managing groceries and the monthly food budgets. The kids need to eat, after all. The lure to save money on the grocery budget is strong. I mean, if you're not coughing up the full price for chicken breasts and organic milk, you could have more shoes! Or fancy coffees! Or books! Whatever blows your skirt up. Thus, the couponers. These women are serious about savings, and they have a new, high-tech way to get them. Gone are the days where clipping coupons meant a lazy hour in front of the TV with the Sunday paper and a pair of scissors in your lap. Now there are entire websites devoted to couponing, local classes on couponing strategy, printable coupons, smart phone coupons, …