The wonderful world of couponing can seem completely overwhelming to the beginner. Luckily, there are tips all over the Internet to help you use your coupons in the best manner possible for the utmost in savings. Even scouring the ‘net for this info can take up a significant portion of time though, and if you’re as busy as most people, it’s just not realistic to sit for a few hours looking for coupons or how to get the best discount. This is exactly the purpose of the book “Couponing for the Beginner: A Guide to Couponing for the Uninitiated.”
The book covers all the basics of effective couponing: where to get them, various reward programs, store policies and regulations regarding them, refunds, rebates, and more. You’d be hard pressed to find a book that discusses all of this information in-depth using firsthand experience. Within it, you’ll find all of my tips and tricks that have helped me save so much over the years. After you’ve gotten basic couponing techniques down, you’ll want to figure out how to make money from all the products you have. A stockpile yard sale is a great idea, and my book “The Couponing Stockpile Garage Sale: A How to Guide” covers the ins and outs for a successful garage sale that allows you to profit from your lot of couponed goods. Both books are available on Amazon.com in Kindle format and paperback. They say “you have to spend money to make money” – investing in these two books is one example of this; the knowledge you gain will help you save more than you ever expected.