Meet Jen Freeman of TLC Extreme Couponing – FREE Extreme Couponing Class

Meet Jen Freeman featured on TLC Extreme Couponing Season 1 Finale AND Extreme Couponing All-Stars (Season 3) at the couponing events listed!  Watch the shows on Netflix!

–When TLC called wanting to feature me and my family on Extreme Couponing, I was reluctant.  But, I loved being a part of TLCs Extreme Couponing and enjoy sharing my experiences about a life of saving and the fun of both shows (Extreme Couponing All-Stars and the first season of Extreme Couponing)  Certainly I was shocked to have TLC call and want to film our life of savings!  My two episodes give you a peak inside our household and how we save money as family! 

Don’t be SHY, come say “Hello” to me at the Couponing Event
And let’s take pictures!!  I’d love to meet you!

Learn tips and secrets to extreme savings, in the FREE Extreme Coupon classes sponsored your local newspaper!   1 hour informational Coupon 101 class.   Learn the essentials beginning couponing with a smart & easy method that will get you the biggest savings! It is a simple system I use and it takes minutes during the week NOT hours, I promise

If you have been to an event and want the overseas military address – click here for the military addresses.

ALL Classes are only 1 1/2 hours long! 
Quick but packed with information.
Leave with everything you need to start your savings immediately

 

 

Denver Extreme Couponing Class:

I am making it to Denver!! I cleared my schedule and will see you at fabulous savings event!   Shannon will be joining me in hosting these classes along with The Denver Post!  Come to the Denver Smart Saving Couponing Class!

Come on out and see me at these 2 times below! Be sure to say “hello”.

Tuesday, April 14 at 4p.m. OR  7p.m.
11575 Main St.
Broomfield, CO 80020

Directions:

  • Exit onto W 104th Ave.
  • Turn left onto Westminster Blvd.
  • Continue onto Main St.
  • Destination will be on the left
  • Follow Denver Post Coupon Workshop signs to front door.

Register For The Denver Post Couponing Workshop

 

Las Vegas Extreme Couponing Class:

Call a friend and come on out and learn the secrets to saving big at the grocery stores in Las Vegas!  Learn exactly how I got a 90% savings on my first TLC Extreme Couponing show filmed right here in Las Vegas!

Monday April 28th! !
11 a.m. OR 7 p.m.

Location:
Las Vegas Review Journal
1111 W. Bonanza

RSVP for the Las Vegas Coupon Event

 

Find coupons for your savings in the FREE Coupon Database!!!


Video: HOW TO MAXIMIZE YOUR SAVINGS using the DATABASE!

 

Host a free coupon class in your home!

Get your friends and family together for a FREE Vegas coupon class!  It’s easy, just get 8 or more friends together and we will come to your home or work place; whatever is convenient for you!  In an hour you will learn how to save hundreds of dollars on your food, personal and household items AND get a GREAT deal on Sunday only papers (a key to saving your family hundreds of dollars!). Give us your information here and we will contact you!

 

 

Article Tab: Marilyn Linderman, left, Nedene Nobles, Mary Wright and Janelelle Mnon react as they learn about couponing at a class in Santa Ana.

The the crowds reaction after seeing the end total of Jen Freeman, Extreme Couponing final cost of her shopping trip?   Marilyn Linderman, left, Nedene Nobles, Mary Wright and Janelelle Mnon react as they learn about couponing at a class in Santa Ana.  photos by Rose Palmisano, The Orange County Register
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Check out this article written by By Teryl Zarnow, Columnist for the Orange County Register after she attended our Extreme Couponing Event in Orange County.

My mother was devoted to free gift with purchase.

During one of her visits we made a special trip to the Lancome counter while supplies lasted. Then we made a second trip because her gift contained the wrong color nail polish.

My mother was formidable; we went home with the correct color.

She reared me as a single mom through my teenage years, and from her I learned the value of a bargain. On sale was good; free was better. One of my jobs was licking the S&H green stamps and pasting them into the redemption book.

Still, I wonder what she would make of coupons today, in their new verb form, couponing.

Certainly an economy that threatens rain motivates us to seek shelter. But are we chasing the art of the deal, or are we in it partly for sport?

I went to a couponing class, sponsored by The Orange County Register, to see. I found the perfect intersection of both.

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The draw at the couponing class was to see Jennifer Freeman and her friend Shannon Jones. Freeman was a black belt on TLC’s “Extreme Couponing.” (Think Jennifer Lopez on “American Idol;” someone who has been where you want to be.)

The crowd was with Freeman from the start. Watching a clip of her on the show, everyone emitted an audible gasp when she paid $88 for four carts of groceries costing $880.

But Freeman started with a “don’t-try-this-at-home” kind of message. She spent three weeks preparing for the ultimate challenge episode: Buying as much as she could for as little as she could. The food she acquired was donated to charity.

In real life: “Don’t buy stuff you don’t need.”

She usually cuts her weekly bill in half, and, yes, she’s addicted to the challenge.

My coupon use has waned since the days when diapers were the big line item on my budget. I began to think coupons were like artichokes; not necessarily worth the trouble.

I found out otherwise.

Walking in, I chatted with Rhonda Monfils from Stanton – not a coupon queen, she admits, but definitely a princess. Her results are royally impressive.

Monfils averages $40 in savings each shopping trip. Her personal best, she admits with pride, was saving $150 on a $295 tab.

Her process seems almost Zen-like. She clips every coupon and becomes one with the cycle of sales at the stores. She tracks prices as they fluctuate.

“There will be the perfect weekend.”

Since she was laid off four years ago, she’s become systematic. Monfils keeps her coupons in a binder, uses a spreadsheet, and tracks all the sales.

She shops twice a week, making multiple trips to use up multiple coupons. And, yes, her husband thought she was crazy until she showed him a receipt.

Brenda Morello Cartier from Rancho Santa Margarita recites the sale schedule for the drug stores the way I used to know the seventh-grade bell schedule. She sacrificed space in her clothes closet to store stockpiles of shampoo and deodorant.

Cartier keeps her coupons in a binder by date and type. The stay-at-home mom considers couponing her economic contribution to her family of four.

“I like the challenge to get as close to zero as I can …Why pay full price?”

Her record: A $75 tab at CVS Pharmacy for $7 – plus she earned $12 in CVS extrabucks ™.

“They paid me to shop there.”

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Shannon Jones takes the stage to explain the philosophy of couponing. It isn’t exactly Plato and the cave, but I found it enlightening.

She set out two basic principles:

First, always use your coupons to buy something already on sale. Second, collect coupons in multiples so you can buy in bulk.

Like daffodils in the spring, every product will have its season. Jones says everything hits its rock bottom price at least once a year.

“You want to be ready … Part of successful couponing is just being patient.”

The idea is to stockpile products using multiple coupons during a sale. Then, when an item isn’t a bargain, you won’t need to buy it.

Jones explained how to use the Register’s website (ocregister.com/couponing), which matches current coupons to grocery ads like an Internet dating site.

A friend once said reading the Sunday newspaper was like deboning a fish. This crowd removes all the inserts and coupons, but they don’t throw them away. Those are the mother lode, and newspapers keep them under lock and key.

Sitting near me was Jose Tundidor from Orange. I shared his pain when he described how his wife rejected his coupon when she headed to the store for cheese and crackers.

He sees it as simple economics.

“You spend over $100 and have a small bag of groceries … It’s more about getting your ducks in a row before you walk in the store.”

Lynda Harvey and her daughter Samantha from Santa Ana plan their menus a month ahead. The night of our meeting they were having turkey soup and turkey chili because turkey was half off two weeks ago.

Living on a fixed income, they’ve gotten serious. Samantha will shop at seven stores in one day with coupons she has clipped and sorted into folders.

They are feeding three people on about $75 per week, and they want to get it down to $50. Harvey stresses discipline:

“Don’t get what you don’t need. Don’t go off your list.”

I won’t. I am energized and resolved.

The biggest bargain in the room was the camaraderie: Regular folks united against an unforgiving economy and paying full price.

Saving money is a tough job, but some of us have got to do it.

 

 

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michelle June 11, 2011 at 11:01 pm

I live in a remote area and I am tring to do the couponing. I live in Northern California a small town called susanville. My main grocery store is safeway so I am tring my best to use there club card and coupons. I have to buy the San Francsico new paper. So I am able to get smartsource coupons. I do wish that I could have someone let me know if I am doing the best that I could. At times I think I might not ….Is there any help or suggestion to can help me with…Thanks …

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Tip Resource June 11, 2011 at 11:29 pm

It’s great you are couponing and saving now! Just keep it up. Remember you can print coupons from my site, too. Go to the coupons links above and see there are any product you use. You can go into my Von’s deals and click on the customizable list, and it should help you out. Von’s is a Safeway affiliate, so check the coupon match-ups. You may have higher value coupons than we get in our region. Also, just keep watching my blog, you will begin to have more and more saving tips and resources provided daily. Be patient, you will see more and more savings by sticking with it.

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Gloria Solleveld June 12, 2011 at 2:45 pm

I am a new canadian couponer and Iam finding it hard to get any good coupons for groceries.can you give me some ideas where i can find some in canada. Thank-You.Gloria

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Gloria Solleveld June 12, 2011 at 2:53 pm

what sort of customizing are you referring to please let me know Thank-You

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Tip Resource June 12, 2011 at 3:54 pm

On the page right hand side, Click the START button. This highlights the list, when you see an item to add to your shopping list. After you are done, -Click the SHRINK button to hide everything you haven’t highlighted. (if you click UNSHRINK, you can adjust without any problems)

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Tip Resource June 12, 2011 at 3:56 pm

I have one page that list some Canadian places to check. I will get it together and email you.

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Jenn June 22, 2011 at 2:53 pm

Hi,

I am also from Canada and would love it if you could email me that list too:-)
You should also do a canadian extreme couponing show. I have ran into a ton of people lately who are now just starting to coupon and are excited about it because of your show. It’s very important to shop smart and be wise with our money too.

Personally, I am very excited about the concept of getting most of your groceries for free, being able to help others in need too. It’s a great challenge and fun too.

Thanks

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zoila June 13, 2011 at 7:43 pm

Hello my name is Zoila I am a mother of four, I really need help but I live in Moreno valley California. Will you ever make a trip out here in the future for your 101 coupon class?

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Pueblo Com December 27, 2011 at 2:09 pm

Here is a webpage that will send you coupons via the mail. Fill it out and we will send you free coupons such as those that you see in the Sunday Paper.
Coupons.pueblocom.com
Right now we can only send them out once every two weeks.
If you have any questions please feel free to write back.

thanks

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nikki June 12, 2012 at 6:35 pm

hi i am also in moreno valley have u had any luck with couponing?? If s do u mind letting me know where u find your coupons for our stores : stater bros, winco or any where else im a lil lost lol

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Sheria August 15, 2012 at 7:20 am

If you are still looking here is some info. I have papers delivered from the press enterprise or occasionally I pick them up at the gas station on sunday morning. Its as easy as finding a couponing tutorial that makes sense and following the instructions. Hope that helps!

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Louie April 14, 2013 at 2:56 pm

WOW… other people from mo-valley .. Nice. I myself a father just started doing research on getting started on couponing… its very expensive now so I’m looking to get started. Have you had any luck Nikki finding out which stores are good to shop at, and use these massive coupons ?

Would like to get started hopefully by next week.

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Krista Roy June 14, 2011 at 3:57 pm

Do you ever hold classes via the internet? I’m in Mesa AZ and am very interested in finding or attending a class.

Thanks!

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Tip Resource June 14, 2011 at 4:01 pm

That is something I am thinking about doing. I will update the blog as it comes together. I have someone who may be in your area that may teach a class. In the mean time, keep tuned in here, my focus is to teach a new couponer through blog post series. Be patient it takes a couple of months to get the hang of it and start seeing big savings.

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Victor June 17, 2011 at 11:40 am

I am a beginner and need help getting started. I live in San Jose California and would like to know what stores I should shop at.?

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Helen Perkins June 18, 2011 at 6:06 pm

Is there anyway you could record this session and send me a link to it so I could see this. I live in TN. I think you are awesome and since I’m now retired and live with my daughter it would really be helpful if I could save money on our groceries. I appreciate your help and the information. God bless you and yours.

Helen Perkins

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Tip Resource June 18, 2011 at 6:18 pm

Hi ~ We are working on recording our couponing 101. Stay tuned. In the meantime read through all the Couponing 101 help resources and it will slowly begin to get easier. It takes a good 3 months of learning before you will get more comfortable. #1 thing to do is order newspapers. That is where the inserts come from fo your coupons. God Bless you.

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beckie maston June 19, 2011 at 6:16 pm

i have been trying to learn to save money with coupons but cant seem to get it looking for help.

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kendra June 20, 2011 at 9:56 pm

I live in a really small town in new mexico the only stores we have is walmart and walgreens are there any sites that i could find coupons on, Please help.

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Michelle June 20, 2011 at 10:37 pm

live in Arizona and i have been clipping coupons but i need to know your secret on how to get as much free stuff as you do.

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Michelle June 20, 2011 at 10:38 pm

I live in Arizona.I would really want to learn more about how you can save save and get free stuff from the grocery.

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Tip Resource June 21, 2011 at 8:30 am

Michelle~Getting free items will happen. When free item deals come up, I will take advantage of them. I don’t get everything for free, but I follow the sales and get my groceries WAY down. I have a grocery list link on the stores I highlight. It will take you to a list of the sale items for the week and coupon match-ups. This is a post I did on albertsons http://www.tipresource.com/albertsons/albertsonstipresource/ It briefly explains the customizable grocery match-up list. Go to the list, select your state & store on the left and it will take you to the list! Hope this helps.
Jen

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Connie June 24, 2011 at 12:30 pm

Hi Jen!
I see that your class filled up, too bad I missed it. Darn! Are you going to have more sessions soon? I’m SO willing to drive out to one from here in SoCal. :)

~Connie

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Tip Resource June 24, 2011 at 1:09 pm

Connie~You are in luck…..I will be in the OC July 22nd! Watch the blog and I will post the exact schedule once it is nailed down. We had SO much fun! 200 people showed up, the event booked out in 9 hours! We will be schedule several events to give all those that missed the June event to come out. I love to meet so many fabulous people. Look forward to meeting you. Stay tuned! Jen

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Leila June 25, 2011 at 7:34 pm

Thank you very much Jennifer, Mike, and Shannon for having your couponing class today to share your fabulous tips! I think I’ve made my decision to just file away my inserts until a good sale comes along instead of driving myself insane with a coupon binder! Although, just keep my printables separately in a binder. ;) You should have a contest of something like, win a shopping trip with Jenn and Shannon to share more tips, like a “couponing 101″ and show what they do when they shop vs. how much they could be saving with coupons?? Mike “The Camera Guy” could post all those helpful examples for the newbies to view on YouTube. Also, I very much liked the idea of donating your recycled papers to the animal shelters so I don’t feel so bad tossing them in the recycling bin! I’m glad I met you all today and appreciate the tips! Jennifer, I’m envious that your husband is a great supporter and get the impression that he doesn’t complain about your strategic shopping to save big bucks and put food on the table! ;) I just wonder how you store your stockpile without it driving you nuts? Show us your stockpile! lol Stay frugal and hope to see you soon! Cheers!

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Tip Resource June 26, 2011 at 10:13 pm

Leila~So great to meet you! I love getting to know other people and sharing tips. I am lucky to have a supportive husband, but I have an idea for you to enlist yours in the great couponing adventure. Come up with something he wants or wants to do, maybe a big vacation~tell him for every $1 you save .50¢ will be put into an account just for that big something at the end of the year! Try it! See if it works. Maybe you will have to do it on your own and at the end of the year, just present all the $$ saved! Hope to see you again. We will hold more classes with indepth information and also on the website~so stay tuned. I am sure our paths will cross again. Jen

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Cindy January 6, 2012 at 8:43 am

I’ve signed up for your class in Riverside..how will I know if I got a spot? Will I get a email conformation? Or do I just show up?

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Jennifer Freeman January 6, 2012 at 8:35 pm

Hi Cindy — During the RSVP time, you are guaranteed a spot! Just show up at the PE building. I look forward to seeing you. Jen

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cindy January 9, 2012 at 7:58 am

thank you!

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linda dall January 17, 2012 at 11:20 pm

I live in simi valley, ca will you be having any classes in the ventura county area.

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Stacy January 24, 2012 at 1:27 am

Hi
I took the San Diego Union Tribune coupon class about 2 months ago and never went to the UT website to see the listing of what are the best deals. I am trying to find it now and having no luck. I went to utsmartbuys.com but I do not see the “shopping list” showing the best deals per grocery store. Can you help? Thanks! Stacy

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Jennifer Freeman January 24, 2012 at 6:47 pm

Hi Stacy — Here is the link to the page on Tip Resource that will give you the link to the printable grocery list. Is there any couponing questions you have? I would be happy to answer them for you.

Jen

Grocery Stores Printable Shopping List

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lucy January 29, 2012 at 9:00 pm

we need classes to be held in sugar land texas !! PLEASE

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Melannie February 6, 2012 at 3:44 pm

Will you be having any evening classes in Orange County Ca anytime soon?
Please! I love your site and all the handy info and I am eager for more and to save more $$$.

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Francis February 8, 2012 at 6:57 pm

Hi
I will love if you come to miami fl I just start couponing lika a week ago

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Jennifer Freeman February 9, 2012 at 8:23 am

Well stay tuned here and I will help you the best I can at a distance. BUT I have some new things coming in the next few months that will help you in a major way! Certainly go to the Tip Resource facebook page and read comments there, also it is a great place to get questions answered too.

Jen

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Karen Simonsen February 13, 2012 at 6:09 pm

Hi. I have been watching the Expteme Couponers….I don’t understand how they get their grocery bills so low. How and where to they get full price coupons for free items, like I see, and is there other ways they save that we do not see on the show? Thanks…

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Just Me February 20, 2012 at 1:45 am

Hi!
I just signed up for the Sacramento class on Feb 29th, 2012! Are you actually going to be there? Or is it taught by someone else? Just curious. My mother and I used to do couponing back in the 70′s following Susan Samtur, the originator of couponing. I can’t wait to get back into it again!

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Jennifer Freeman February 20, 2012 at 7:14 am

I look forward to seeing you. I will certainly be there.

Jen

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Just Me February 20, 2012 at 10:09 am

That’s awesome that you’ll be there! I can’t wait to meet you!
Will you ever teach a class in Northern Nevada? I’d be able to fill your classroom with lots of people.

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michelle March 3, 2012 at 8:52 pm

I have email you before and I was wondering if you are ever going to have a class in Reno, NV or if you know any one who also offer classes on couponing
in that area. Please let me know. Thank you Michelle

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Jennborrero April 5, 2012 at 9:30 am

After taking the class in Ontario, California, I had be saving my coupons and thought I would try it out this past Sunday. To my amazement, I spent a total of $250.00 and only paid $160.00. I had saved about $90.00 off of my normal grocery bill, which gave me a savings of 67.27%. I was thrilled…. I received free products all the while buying things that my family uses on a daily basis (i.e. shampoo, deodorant, toothpaste, house cleaning suppies, etc.) I am anxious to start saving more with the rest of my coupons that I didn’t use. WHAT AN AWESOME CLASS!!!!

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danielle April 14, 2012 at 4:22 pm

i need help i live in las vegas

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Julie April 23, 2012 at 7:14 pm

Hi there,
Thanks for all of this great info! I have been couponing on an off for some time. I am by no means a power couponer. One thing I have always wondered, how do you get newspapers from other cities? Do we want newspapers from other cities?
Thanks for all of your hard work and sharing all of your nuggets of gold with us!
Julie

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Susie May 23, 2012 at 2:11 pm

Is there an easy way to find a free couponing class near me? I live near Sacramento, CA. and i want to take a couponing class!!

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Jennifer Freeman May 23, 2012 at 4:03 pm

Hi Susie – We are having our next couponing event in Sacramento on July 17. There is a button on the sidebar labeled “coupon class” and that will take you to the link to register. Or, you can follow this link Coupon Class.

I look forward to seeing you! Jen

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jackie gonzalez May 24, 2012 at 5:34 pm

Couponing has been a true blessing for my family. I use to spend alot of money each week. now i dont have to buy evey week, i just buy when my inventory is getting low. thanks alot for your help. keep up the good work, God Bless.

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Jennifer Freeman May 24, 2012 at 6:34 pm

Thank you Jackie — I love to coupon and share. Thank you for letting me know it is helpful! Certainly come here and ask any questions or let me know of the type of things you would like to know more about.

Jennifer

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Kim May 29, 2012 at 4:43 am

Hi Jenn,

I am a couponer from the state of Iowa. I do the price matching as well as using coupons. The problem we have in this state is that we don’t have any stores that really allows doubling of coupons. We have K-mart that will double a coupon up to $1 but the catch is that you can only use 5 coupons per customer.

The biggest savings I had so far is $52.17 and I was able to get my grocery bill under $100. Are there any other suggestions? How can I get the big money coupons such as $5.00 off of an item?

Thanks for the help it is greatly appreciated.

Kim Allen

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Jennifer Freeman May 29, 2012 at 10:28 am

Hi Kim – We have no stores in Las Vegas that doubles (including Kmart-no doubling!) So let me assure you, you can absolutely save BIG by just watching sales, matching coupons and store deals. With a area that doesn’t double we have to be more strategic on our couponing, and for me. I get 5 local papers for the additional coupon inserts – that is the key to extreme savings. When a good sale comes up I have enough coupons to stock up on an item while it’s at rock bottom prices. You can get newspapers at a discount – look in the top right hand area of Tip Resource under “discounted newspapers” to find your local area.

Your savings of $52.17 is huge!! I post daily about great deals that are discovered. Certainly shop one of the drug stores in your area, CVS, Rite Aid or Walgreens. Find out more about shopping and saving at those stores under the 101 section up top.

And follow my Extreme Couponing Campaign that comes out every week. I get high value coupons from contacting companies. Also, send away for every sample that I put on Tip Resource. Samples are useful, you get on the companies preferred mailing list often and samples come with high value coupons that can be hard to find.

Hope these tips help you!

Jen

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Leticia Mon May 29, 2012 at 7:19 am

It has been a year since you were in Fresno,CA and WHEN ARE YOU COMING BACK we miss you? I learned a lot at the last presentation and would like to learn more.
Hope you come back soon to Fresno, CA.

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Jennifer Freeman May 29, 2012 at 10:15 am

Hi Leticia! I am so glad you have learned a lot from the presentation last year! Keep watching here at Tip Resource and ask any questions. Right now, I don’t know of any Fresno events scheduled. I am sure some will be scheduled again. Sometimes I have scheduling conflicts and can’t make an event, but I plan to be at every one!

Jen

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yelayne May 30, 2012 at 3:28 pm

hy, I’m really new using coupons,I got some info in youtub but I’m steal have questions( lots of questions) I need to know were I can find more resoruce for me to learn. I leave in miami.please help me , and thanks for all your help

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Stephanie June 6, 2012 at 10:31 am

Hello,
I live in New Hampshire and am looking for a class near me but I can’t find any. Do you know of any?
Thank you so much!!
Steph

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Jennifer Freeman June 6, 2012 at 12:37 pm

Hi Stephanie ~ I wish we were coming to New Hampshire, but right now I don’t have anything schedule that far east. However, I am working on doing a couponing webinar. When it is scheduled I will let you know now here on Tip Resource.

Keep watching here on Tip Resource and my videos and it will help you learn to save and coupon. Be patient, it takes several months to really start to understand. Certainly come back here and ask questions. I will help you as much as I can.

Jen

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Jennifer Freeman August 8, 2012 at 10:14 pm

Hi Stephanie – sorry about the delay! I don’t have travel to New Hampshire planned, but in the near future I believe I will be doing some webinars to teach the couponing principles to get you started. I will let you know when that happens.

Jen

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Vikki July 12, 2012 at 5:48 pm

Loved the information at the Moreno Valley, CA Couponing 101 class 7/11/12 – great to meet you & I’ll be headed to that Walgreens as soon as my papers arrive! You’ve re-energized me & now I’ll be tracking to see how much I WILL save! The file bin & date ideas are simple enough – I can see only needing 2 hours a week to save.
In coupons I trust (God too)
Vikki

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Jennifer Freeman July 27, 2012 at 1:53 pm

So glad this gave you the couponing bug back!! Let me know how your savings is going! Jen

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Louie April 14, 2013 at 3:36 pm

Hello vikki,
I’m a father living out in in mo-valley .. I wanted to go to the classes because of work schedule I couldn’t make it. If you don’t mind me asking what tips or what location in mo-valley are good for coupons? I know some stores you can’t bundle stuff. Just wondering how you do it since I wanna start myself .
Thank you,

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cecy August 8, 2012 at 2:41 pm

Do you ever have classes in the morning?

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Jennifer Freeman August 8, 2012 at 5:07 pm

Yes, we do have classes in the morning. What area are you in and I can let you know what our class schedule looks like? Also, I am updating our September schedule on the “coupon class” page – click on the “coupon class” button on the right to get to the classes.

Jen

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Leah Frank August 8, 2012 at 6:10 pm

Hi Jen:

I the daily e-mail you sent out today it said you would be holding a class in Denver in September. When I clicked on the Event Sign Up, I could not find where to sign up. Will you be doing a class in Denver? If so, how do I sign up for it. I hope that you are because I would love to attend.

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BIG FAMILY August 19, 2012 at 9:25 pm

Any information on the Seattle event yet.
We all here in Seattle would love to learn how to save with coupons for our familys and our food bank.

Thanks yall

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Jennifer Freeman August 20, 2012 at 1:12 pm

Hi — After our amazing couponing event you will be able to save tons more than you can imagine! The Seattle date for September is still tentative right now. The paper still has it as a tentative scheduled date but not confirmed. As soon as it is confirmed I will link to the sign up page.

Jen

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Michele September 12, 2012 at 8:17 am

Exactly where is the class at the Tyler Mall… Please be specific as I am unable to walk very far and will need to park/make arrangements to get to the class this morning. Thank you very much

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Jennifer Freeman September 13, 2012 at 4:11 pm

Hi Michele — I am so sorry that I am just now seeing your note. I sure hope you were able to make it to the class yesterday. There will be more couponing classes in the Riverside area. There is a link to the coupon classes on the sidebar of TipResource –click on the “coupon class” button. That will be kept updated — we have a whole list of new classes coming up the end of Sept and into October.

Jen

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Kaila September 19, 2012 at 11:09 pm

Please let me know when you will be in the Sacramento area! So excited to learn more and get some new tips!

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pauline January 22, 2013 at 4:23 pm

hi you would like k to know if you have a Extreme Couponing classes on a later date pleaes let me know or on the weekends thank you. pauline

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Jennifer Freeman February 21, 2013 at 4:37 pm

Hi Pauline — I am planning to do an online free web class that will be live and reach the basics to get you started on couponing. Stay tuned here to Tip Resource and I will announce when that class will be done. We plan to schedule on in the upcoming month or so.

Jen

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Leda Flowers February 2, 2013 at 3:22 pm

Would you be willing to come to Omaha, NE? We have had a bunch of women at out public library have Couponing classes. I think it would be pretty neat if you were to come here. What would you need besides there number (402)444-4800?

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Jennifer Freeman February 19, 2013 at 6:30 pm

Hi Leda — I would love to come to Omaha! We would need to do some coordinating for that to happen! Do reply back and let’s see what we can work out! Jen

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der March 28, 2013 at 1:18 pm

i want to start couponing. i don’t know how yet. it seems so exciting but i need a class in fresno area. Please help me i really need to save. thanks

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der March 28, 2013 at 1:19 pm

is there a free class in fresno area

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Jennifer Freeman March 30, 2013 at 12:33 pm

Hi — We don’t have any large classes in Fresno any longer. The closest ones are in Stockton and in Sacramento. Can you get to either of those areas?

Jen

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Gabrielle Stricker April 11, 2013 at 12:34 am

Hi, My name is Gabrielle Stricker and i am 19 years old and from a small town in Oregon. I absolutely love the show extreme couponing and now that i am pregnant and have a small income to pay for all of the necessities i have been really wanting to get started co0uponing, i just don’t know what i should do. Can i get some tips please? Thank you so much!

Gabrielle Stricker

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Jennifer Freeman April 11, 2013 at 7:40 pm

Hi Gabrielle — So glad you found me! First, let me congratulate you on your pregnancy! And it is easy to start saving and it only takes a little bit of effort. Your savings will get better and better in the coming months as you begin to understand more and more. Plus sales are different each week, so over a few months you will be able to get most every thing you and your family uses on sale!

Read the couponing 101 and acronyms to get started with a bit of understanding. Also, pop on over to my youtube videos (see the front page of tip resource for a link)

And keep watching here and you will be all the basics you need to begin.

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Jennifer April 12, 2013 at 3:07 pm

Will you be in OC anytime soon?

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Candace June 19, 2013 at 10:06 pm

Hi. I would of loved to come to this class. I live in Fort Collins… Will there be another class anytime soon??

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