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TLC Extreme Couponing Casting Call 2012

Posted by Ro · September 7, 2012 1:36 pm

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TLC Extreme Couponing Casting Call 2012

Are you interested in participating in an episode of TLC’s Extreme Couponing? TLC is currently seeking couponers for upcoming episodes. If you have the expertise to get amazing deals and accumulate fantastic stockpiles of goodies, they’d love to hear from you! E-mail them at extremecouponingcasting@gmail.com.

Of course, do it ethically! 🙂

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Extreme Couponing Preview 10/26

Posted by Ro · October 26, 2011 3:53 pm

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It’s Wednesday y’all and you know what that means… TLC’s mega-hit Extreme Couponing airs TONIGHT, Wednesday at 10 p.m. Tonight’s episode features Joel, a 16-year-old coupon addict who once called couponing a hobby but now admits it’s an obsession. Obsession? Um, this may get interesting!

Watch tonights preview of Extreme Couponing now!

Here are some of my tips to live by when watching the show and while out shopping:

  • Don’t buy out the newspaper stand. Personally, 1 or 2 Sunday newspapers filled with coupons is enough for me to score some awesome deals for myself and my family. Don’t over do it by buying 15 or 20 papers on a single Sunday. Give others a chance to score a paper or two!
  • Don’t clear shelves. Walking into a grocery store and clearing a full shelf of toothpaste (or any item) is not cool. The show may portray these individuals as, “Wow, they just scored 100 boxes of  FREE!”. It’s all for show. Lets give everyone the chance to score these amazing deals!
  • Stockpiling. It’s ok to have a stockpile, but don’t over do it. There is no reason why anyone should have a 9 year supply of toilet paper sitting around. Deals come around more often than you think, so stick to holding on to a 2-3 month supply.
  • Donate. If you have a big enough stockpile, and you think you may not come around to using it all, donate it to a friend, a local church or shelter. Don’t let stuff go to waste!
  • Be positive. Don’t let this show or anyone ruin your experiences and passion for couponing. A lot of coupon-related changes have taken place since the shows premier but we must move on and never give up.
  • Finally, let not forget Extreme Coupning is ENTERTAINMENT, folks.

We’d love to know, will you be watching tonight?

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Extreme Couponing Preview 10/19

Posted by Ro · October 19, 2011 4:50 pm

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It’s Wednesday y’all and you know what that means… TLC’s hit show Extreme Couponing airs TONIGHT, Wednesday at 10 p.m. Tonight’s episode features Melissa and her younger sister Marcy as they shop for coupon deals. Two extreme couponers are better than one? Right?

Watch tonights preview of Extreme Couponing now!

Here are some of my tips to live by when watching the show and while out shopping:

  • Don’t buy out the newspaper stand. Personally, 1 or 2 Sunday newspapers filled with coupons is enough for me to score some awesome deals for myself and my family. Don’t over do it by buying 15 or 20 papers on a single Sunday. Give others a chance to score a paper or two!
  • Don’t clear shelves. Walking into a grocery store and clearing a full shelf of toothpaste (or any item) is not cool. The show may portray these individuals as, “Wow, they just scored 100 boxes of  FREE!”. It’s all for show. Lets give everyone the chance to score these amazing deals!
  • Stockpiling. It’s ok to have a stockpile, but don’t over do it. There is no reason why anyone should have a 9 year supply of toilet paper sitting around. Deals come around more often than you think, so stick to holding on to a 2-3 month supply.
  • Donate. If you have a big enough stockpile, and you think you may not come around to using it all, donate it to a friend, a local church or shelter. Don’t let stuff go to waste!
  • Be positive. Don’t let this show or anyone ruin your experiences and passion for couponing. A lot of coupon-related changes have taken place since the shows premier but we must move on and never give up.
  • Finally, let not forget Extreme Coupning is ENTERTAINMENT, folks.

We’d love to know, will you be watching tonight?

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Extreme Couponing Preview 10/12

Posted by Ro · October 12, 2011 1:12 pm

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It’s Wednesday y’all and you know what that means… TLC’s hit show Extreme Couponing airs TONIGHT, Wednesday at 10 p.m. Tonight’s episode features Callie, a cajun-couponer who tells her children bedtime stories filled with coupons and savings. Huh? And did we mention she uses thousands of coupons every week?

Watch tonights preview of Extreme Couponing now!

Here are some of my tips to live by when watching the show and while out shopping:

  • Don’t buy out the newspaper stand. Personally, 1 or 2 Sunday newspapers filled with coupons is enough for me to score some awesome deals for myself and my family. Don’t over do it by buying 15 or 20 papers on a single Sunday. Give others a chance to score a paper or two!
  • Don’t clear shelves. Walking into a grocery store and clearing a full shelf of toothpaste (or any item) is not cool. The show may portray these individuals as, “Wow, they just scored 100 boxes of  FREE!”. It’s all for show. Lets give everyone the chance to score these amazing deals!
  • Stockpiling. It’s ok to have a stockpile, but don’t over do it. There is no reason why anyone should have a 9 year supply of toilet paper sitting around. Deals come around more often than you think, so stick to holding on to a 2-3 month supply.
  • Donate. If you have a big enough stockpile, and you think you may not come around to using it all, donate it to a friend, a local church or shelter. Don’t let stuff go to waste!
  • Be positive. Don’t let this show or anyone ruin your experiences and passion for couponing. A lot of coupon-related changes have taken place since the shows premier but we must move on and never give up.
  • Finally, let not forget Extreme Coupning is ENTERTAINMENT, folks.

We’d love to know, will you be watching tonight?

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Extreme Couponing Preview 10/5

Posted by Ro · October 5, 2011 5:32 pm

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It’s Wednesday y’all and you know what that means… TLC’s mega-hit Extreme Couponing airs TONIGHT, Wednesday at 10 p.m. Tonight’s episode features Michelle, crazy shame-less shelf clearer and Tyler, a college couponer. I have a feeling I’m going to NOT be a fan of Michelle… UGH!

Watch tonights preview of Extreme Couponing now!

Here are some of my tips to live by when watching the show and while out shopping:

  • Don’t buy out the newspaper stand. Personally, 1 or 2 Sunday newspapers filled with coupons is enough for me to score some awesome deals for myself and my family. Don’t over do it by buying 15 or 20 papers on a single Sunday. Give others a chance to score a paper or two!
  • Don’t clear shelves. Walking into a grocery store and clearing a full shelf of toothpaste (or any item) is not cool. The show may portray these individuals as, “Wow, they just scored 100 boxes of  FREE!”. It’s all for show. Lets give everyone the chance to score these amazing deals!
  • Stockpiling. It’s ok to have a stockpile, but don’t over do it. There is no reason why anyone should have a 9 year supply of toilet paper sitting around. Deals come around more often than you think, so stick to holding on to a 2-3 month supply.
  • Donate. If you have a big enough stockpile, and you think you may not come around to using it all, donate it to a friend, a local church or shelter. Don’t let stuff go to waste!
  • Be positive. Don’t let this show or anyone ruin your experiences and passion for couponing. A lot of coupon-related changes have taken place since the shows premier but we must move on and never give up.
  • Finally, let not forget Extreme Coupning is ENTERTAINMENT, folks.

We’d love to know, will you be watching tonight?

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Extreme Couponing Quotes and Highlights

Posted by Ro · September 29, 2011 2:30 pm

Here are some of the wacky and funny quotes from last nights 9/28 season 2 premier of Extreme Couponing on TLC:

  • “Free always tastes better”
  • “50 cents or less, but FREE is the best!”
  •  “Without a coupon it doesn’t go in the basket”
  • “I Love Couponing!”

Also, here are a few highlights from the show:

  • $1,313 worth of groceries for FREE + $0.31 in overage. They paid her to walk out with over $1,300 worth of groceries!
  • Erin did a whopping 16 transaction. Could you image standing in line behind this lady?
  • Amanda brought only $30 with her to the store. Do you take cash to the supermarket to stay under budget?
  • April saved 97% on her trip to the grocery store. What’s the most you’ve ever saved with coupons?
  • A coupon WITHOUT and expiration date. Huh? Have you ever seen one?

What did you guys think of last nights season premier of Extreme Couponing?

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Welcome Extreme Couponing Viewers!

Posted by Ro · September 28, 2011 11:39 pm

Welcome to Coupon Pro! 😀

Here are the best ways to stay updated on all our latest daily deals, samples, extreme couponing match ups, freebies, money saving tips and much more:

If you’re new, be sure to START HERE and to learn more about me, go HERE. Also, on head on for all my extreme couponing tips and tricks.

To get started, visit our latest deals, samples, coupons and freebies for the HOTTEST offers on the web. Enjoy! 🙂

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Extreme Couponing Season 2 Premier TONIGHT @ 10 PM ET!

Posted by Ro · September 28, 2011 6:11 pm

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It’s baaack! TLC’s mega-hit Extreme Couponing returns TONIGHT, Sept. 28 at 10 p.m. This season will have 12 episodes of innovative/scarily compulsive coupon-cutting obsessiveness. Tonight’s episode features an upstate New York woman cutting coupons like crazy to feed 280 people at her sister’s wedding. FREE wedding supplies???

Here are some of my tips to live by when watching the show and while out shopping:

  • Don’t buy out the newspaper stand. Personally, 1 or 2 Sunday newspapers filled with coupons is enough for me to score some awesome deals for my myself and my family. Don’t over do it by buying 15 or 20 papers on a single Sunday. Give others the chance to score a paper or two!
  • Don’t clear shelves. Walking into a grocery store and clearing a full shelf of toothpaste (or any item) is not cool. The show may portray these individuals as, “Wow, they just scored 100 boxes of  FREE!”. It’s all for show. Lets give everyone the chance to score these amazing deals!
  • Stockpiling. It’s ok to have a stockpile, but don’t over do it. There is no reason why anyone should have a 9 year supply of toilet paper sitting around. Deals come around more often than you think, so stick to holding on to a 2-3 month supply.
  • Donate. If you have a big enough stockpile, and you think you may not come around to using it all, donate it to a friend, a local church or shelter. Don’t let stuff go to waste.
  • Be positive. Don’t let this show or anyone ruin your experiences and passion for couponing. A lot of coupon-related changes have taken place since the shows premier but we must move on and never give up.
  • Finally, let not forget Extreme Coupning is ENTERTAINMENT, folks.

Watch a preview of Extreme Couponing season 2 premier episode!

I’d love hear some of your tips for readers watching Extreme Couponing for the first time. Also, we’d love to know, will you be watching tonight?

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It’s official! Whether you love it or hate it, TLC’s breakout hit Extreme Couponing is getting a premiere date — Extreme Couponing will return Sept. 28 at 10 p.m. with a sneak peak after the Sept. 12 series finale of Kate Plus 8. The season will have 12 episodes of innovative/scarily compulsive coupon-cutting obsessiveness. Subjects include a Pennsylvania mother of seven teenagers who uses her coupon-clipping skills to also feed 200 parishioners at her church and an upstate New York woman cutting like crazy to feed 280 people at her sister’s wedding.

Watch an exclusive preview of ‘Extreme Couponing’ season 2!

Let’s not forget this is ENTERTAINMENT, folks. Truthfully, it’s merely impossible to save 99% on your grocery bill every single week but it is possible to save hundreds of dollars every single month. We’d love to hear your feedback about season 2!

(thanks @ew)

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