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Extreme Couponing: When Too Much Isn’t Enough




I've received thousands of emails from readers since the TLC TV series "Extreme Couponing" began airing, many like the following:

"You should write a column about how to do extreme couponing. I want as much free groceries as possible."

And this: "My store limits shoppers to ten like coupons per transaction. How do these people get away with buying 150 bottles of pain relief pills? My store doesn't even have room for more than 20 or so on the shelf!"

And this: "I shop at a major supermarket that was shown in one of the episodes. I know they have a rule that they will only double the first two coupons that are for the same items. The rest of the coupons ring up at the dollar amount on them. But on the show, the cashier made it so every coupon doubled. That doesn't seem fair."

One of the easiest ways to get a product free with coupons is to match a $1 coupon to a $1 sale, making the product free. If you have one $1 coupon, you'll take one home free. If you have 100, in theory, you'd t ...
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