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Extreme Couponing:
Lessons From An Expert That’s Not So Extreme

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A new season of Extreme Couponing has started again, and I thought it would be the perfect time to share my thoughts on Extreme Couponing as well as some tips & tricks for becoming and Expert Couponer instead!

I shared my thoughts a while back on the new round of greed & hoarding that is sure to be seen in this article “Real Extreme Couponing Is Not So Extreme“.

I know that many watch this show who are in situations like I once was, desperate to find a way to make their ever shrinking budgets stretch. Unfortunatey what you see on the show is not real.  A lot of it is staged in a way to get the most sensational savings ever!

The reality is that you can save thousands of dollars a year on your household budget by learning the ins and outs of couponing in a way that is real and legitimate.

I hope that I can offer some real advice and tips to help you save!

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You can read some of my thoughts on Extreme Couponing below:

Extreme Couponing Integrity 

Extreme Couponing 101

Extreme Couponing Fraud

You might also like to read a little about my journey to live debt free!

I share how my husband and I found ourselves facing foreclosure and making the decision to fight our way out of debt and stay out!

 

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About Kristie Sawicki

Kristie Sawicki is the author of Saving Dollars and Sense, where she blogs about Money Saving Ideas and Frugal Living Tips, as well the Best Coupons, Deals and Freebies around. You can connect with Kristie Sawicki on Google+ and check out the Saving Dollars and Sense Facebook page.

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Comments

  1. No. Those people are nuts and slightly on the criminal side.

  2. Tiffany Williams Belt via Facebook says:

    Absolutely not! That show needs to be taken off the air!

  3. Tiffany Williams Belt via Facebook says:

    Boycott TLC’s Extreme Couponing Show

  4. NO

  5. Alice Baughman via Facebook says:

    Nope

  6. No. I watched the first episode and that was plenty. I don’t understand the greedy, hoarding, criminal nature of the show. I mean yes I use coupons, hunt for the best bargins, and love to get something for free or next to nothing, but these wasteful fools make me ill. I hate this show and what it stands for.

  7. No, and neither should anyone else! That show is going to ruin couponing!

  8. Alicia Whatley via Facebook says:

    I wish that show would be taken off the air.

  9. Alicia Whatley via Facebook says:

    I wish that show would be taken off the air.

  10. I am so happy to find other that believe like me. I DO NOT like this show at all! I was hoping that they would change it this year, but they didn’t it’s showing the Crazy, NUT JOBS! I to have somewhat of a stock-pile nothing on the lines of this, they would laugh at me. I could do this, but I feel it’s stealing, and I Hate when people clear the shelf, it is just so rude! One commercial keeps airing this lady says yes I do clear the selves and you should of just beat me to it. That is not the point, it’s over kill! Most of this stuff will go bad. I am able to shop normal with coupons and give to myself, my two daughters and even some of my other family members some-times. And I don’t have to clear the shelves.
    I hope they don’t put a stop to coupons because of this show.
    Have a great day ladies!
    Laura
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  11. were the qulited northern fraudulent coupons?! also the hefty?!

  12. This is the official list of fraudulent coupon out now. And yes there was more coupon fraud shown in the season premiere episode :( http://www.couponinformationcenter.com/coupon-fraud-list.php

  13. Lee Robertson via Facebook says:

    I didn’t watch that show beyond th first episode…..it’s not worth my time.I do use a lot of coupns,but I use them legally and within the store’s rules…..it’s not worth breaking the law to save $1.00……

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