The good news is we're getting smarter about saving money on groceries. The bad news? A trio of mistakes keeps costing us money.
Put the scissors and the Sunday papers away and find money-saving coupons on the Internet.
While mobile coupon-clipping requires just a few taps instead of scissors, staying organized is actually tougher than with an old-fashioned coupon file.
Once you've met your own needs, why not join other people who use their coupon powers for good?
Get together with like-minded savers and trade the Qs you can't use. Here's how to start your own clipping co-op.
Not worth your time? Just for junk food? Coupon bloggers rebut these and other commonly held beliefs.
Individualized coupons and deals are a new grocery trend. Is targeted marketing unfair?
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