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This post on taking control of your budget and saving was sponsored by Groupon Coupons. All opinions are mine.
If you are like me, you’ve most likely heard about and used Groupon. I’ve used Groupon off and on for years. There are times when a deal pops up and it just fits. But, did you know about Groupon Coupons?
For years, I clipped coupons to stretch our family’s budget. And, for a while, it worked great. I was able to feed our family of 5 (at the time) on less than $300 a month.
Moving to Alaska brought that to a halt as the newspaper rarely has coupons and the stores do not do the whole double coupon thing like I experienced back east. Most perishable items cost more than elsewhere which drove my grocery spending up closer to $900 a month for a family of 6.
That means I need to get more creative with stretching a dollar. And given that many products just cost more here, this can sometimes be an exercise in futility.
Enter Groupon Coupons!
Take Control of Your Budget & Save with Groupon Coupons
They even have some travel related companies like Hertz and Hotels.com to help feed my wanderlust.
Now there are no excuses to not stretch the budget on necessities so that a few wants can be purchased. Or, finding a way to save on those wants (e.g. a trip to a new place) to make it more feasible.
Any way you cut it, Groupon Coupons can definitely help you stretch your budget!
Have you tried Groupon Coupons?
What are some ways that you stretch your budget?