I’m still keeping close track of the coupons I’ve used this month to help measure just how valueable couponing is to my Save-At-Home-Mom equation. I used 9 coupons today (which certainly didn’t take me a full hour to print, sort, or clip) and I saved $29.95 on top of sale prices and reduced-to-clear markdowns. In isolation, that works out to almost $30 an hour. I can live with that!
Here’s how my month is shaping up so far:
Day 1 – 12 coupons used for $13.96 in savings (see post)
Day 2 – 13 coupons used for $62.85 in savings (see post)
Day 3 – nadda!
Day 4 – 1 coupon used for $1 in savings (see post)
Day 5 – 6 coupons used for $7 in savings (see post)
Day 6 – 7 coupons used for $14.99 in savings
Day 7 – 1 coupon used for $6 in savings (see combined Day 6-7 post)
Day 8 – Happy Thanksgiving – no shopping for me today!
Day 9 – no shopping
Day 10 – no shopping
Day 11 – 9 coupons used for $29.95 in savings (check out my Coupon Tally.pdf file for complete details of today’s shopping trip)
Month to date: $135.75 saved by using coupons
The new flyer weeks starts tomorrow. Can’t wait to match up the sales with my coupons to see what savings are in store for next week!
Posted on October 12, 2012, in Christa Clips, Couponing, Monthly Tally and tagged Christa Clips, How Many Coupons Did I Use This Month, Monthly Coupon Tally, SAHM, Save-At-Home-Mom, Tally of Coupons used in a Month. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.