There is a new breed of shoppers emerging from the current recession. They are dedicated to an exciting and effective way to save extreme amounts of money. Their motto? Never pay retail again. They are called Extreme Couponers. Extreme Couponers move beyond the norm of the occasional coupon clipper and zero in on massive amounts of coupons, and savings. Coupons are their arsenal and they use it to fight inflation and the best of them can shave up to 90% or more from their monthly shopping bills.
Extreme Couponers are on the hunt for in-store savings, newspapers, circulars and magazines with the specials and coupons they contain. They are on the hunt for printable online coupons, coupon codes, promotional discounts, daily deals and promo codes. For the extreme couponer, leaving home without their coupons is like leaving your wallet at home. Using coupons is putting money in their pockets and they wouldn’t be caught dead without them.
The new recession has hit a lot of families hard. With the increase of food and staple prices more and more conscientious shoppers are turning toward clipping and using coupons to take the bite out of the food bill.
Every year more than 3.3 billion coupons from newspapers and online resources are redeemed. With the Internet making coupon clipping just a click away, this is not just a fad that will be going away soon. It is fast becoming a way of life for hundreds of Americans in this recession buster economy.
Even though shoppers have been using coupons for decades to reduce their shopping bills, this new wave of housewives and super savers have stepped it up a notch and have brought a whole new way of shopping to the table. They are literally snipping and clipping their way to savings.