Generation Y are internet and techonology savvy (everyone at work is AMAZED at my typing speed. AMAZED. I honestly do not think I type that fast) so we don’t really have the time or energy to sit through flyers and circle what we want on sale. To find information that we need, we google. To spread information to friends, we facebook or twitter. So, to find the coupons and grocery store deals we need, what should we do?
I like to save money on groceries, and I like to use coupons (I’m not ashamed to use coupons, are you?) at the checkout.
There’s a Canadian website (based in Victoria, our good ol’ capital city of Beautiful British Columbia) called: Grocery Alerts Canada – Coupons and Deals that gives you the one-stop shop for flyers in Victoria, Vancouver, and the T-Dot (that’s Toronto, in Canadian-speak). It eliminates the need to scour the flyers for the grocery item that you need- or don’t need, and it has posts on hot coupons (I’m printing out that 75 cent coupon for Olympic Yogurt- that stuff is pricey, but delicious!) and deals. You can even subscribe to deals in your area and get it emailed to you, handy for you to print out.
Do you cut or print out coupons to save money?
(every little bit counts right?)
I used to be so ashamed when I was shopping with my mom at the grocery store and she whipped out her coupons. I’m not sure why I was (must’ve been my teenage angst)- maybe it’s true what they say that you turn into your parents when you get older….
Another great site is called Great Canadian Rebates. They have the same thing as grocery alerts, but they also have deals on pretty much anything you can find!