But what’s a Path if not something to step on, right?
So, earlier this week, I was hanging out with my sister-in-law, Laura, and she let me in on this fabulous website for couponing: A Full Cup.
It took me back! WAY BACK – to my days of message boards and forum hopping, back when I used to dream of making custom cat trees and breeding ragdoll kittens for a living. Fortunately, the technology is the same, but the content is much improved. (Before you ask, yes, I had lost my mind, and no, this is not at all the same thing. I have given up on finding my mind, thank you very much.)
Being a happy madwoman aside, I am very much looking forward to being able to receive a lot of things for free for something I already do with the guided aid of folks who are amazingly clued in to store policies and coupon goodness, and in doing so, it will allow me give abundantly to local charities the things I do not need, like diapers and candy. It is already helping me to save on the things we buy regularly, with the search-for-coupon function.
And they even help you figure out how to organize your stuff. Coupon Binder. In a Tote Bag. With Dividers. And baseball card or currency holders for the coupons. (No joke.)
I’m hoping to talk someone into going on a Board-Game Couponing Adventure QuestTM with me today. Class warfare’s on, baby, and I want to Robin Hood some money back from WalMart!
There’s an opportunity to get brand new board games for $1 a piece if you print off the Big Lots ad, actually go to Big Lots to see what games they actually have and write them down, and then go to Wal-Mart to get the games and have them Price Match it and use the coupons that came in the paper a few weeks ago. (Can you say Xmas presents for Toys for Tots or just… presents for Tots? I can!)