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We see all kinds of extreme couponing in our world today. If you are like me, you just want to save your family some money and get good deals simultaneously. You may not have time to drive to the next township for a couponing class, or read Couponing for Dummies 101.  is for you.

I’ve wanted to learn the art of couponing, and was excited when I got the opportunity to review this course from stay a stay at home mom. Anxious to begin, I settled down in a comfy chair and unpacked my training package.

My course came with a 35 page manual, 14 video lessons, and an accompanying coupon link. Okay, at first the very idea was daunting. 14 video lessons? A workbook? I just wanted to save a bunch of money and get stuff free. But, I decided, if you want to learn, you need to listen. So, I began at the beginning – Lesson 1: Couponing Basics.

I was hooked at “never buy another toothbrush”. The videos last just long enough to equip you with crucial information, resources and determination. The author is realistic and encouraging every step of the way, and the best part is the ease with which you can listen again to what’s most relevant for your couponing success. In just one sitting, I was able to listen to all of the 14 videos and use my accompanying coupon link and workbook with ease.

There were so many good and easy pieces of information that just need to be put together for success. This course is great for anyone who wants to get into couponing, or even just improve their basic couponing skills. All you need is a little bit of time, and this link!

Note: I received this item free for review. I was not compensated in any other way, and the thoughts expressed here are strictly my own.I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.


  1. This program made couponing so clearly doable for me. I believe anybody can benefit from it. It's a great product


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