Interview and Giveaway with Coupon Wifey

I recently had the opportunity to talk with Stefanie (The Coupon Wifey) and review her new EBook, Super Couponing 101.

The Ebook is very helpful for beginners.  There is a very comprehensive list of abbreviations and it goes through the different components that you can use in order to make a Coupon Binder (organizational tool).  It also tells you where you can find coupons, how to sign up for a coupon exchange group, and where to send your expired coupons.  For those of you who need some extra help starting at CVS, Walgreens, or Rite Aid there is also a section on each of those stores.

I asked Stefanie to share a few things about herself and her EBook and this is what she said:

I am a SAHM and WAHM. What I love first and foremost is my duties to my family. I am always looking for ways to earn extra income and essentially have a little career outside my family. I got into couponing because of the strict budget my family of 6 has. It’s hard all over for people and everyone is feeling it. I couldn’t imagine how i could cut back on food or work within the budget. I discovered couponing and became like a sponge.  Not only can it help your family, but you can help others around you as well as food pantries. I am now addicted to couponing. It’s so exciting. I can’t wait for the next deal. My husband is into it. It is amazing how much stuff you can get for really cheap or free.
 
The other day, I picked up 4 SUAVE deodorants for free, Lance crackers for free, Welch’s Grape Juice $1 a bottle and Band Aid’s $0.10. How amazing is that. it does however, take time to learn but, not that long and strategy. It’s a game basically to beat the system. Things are grossly over priced and people these days are not having the disposable income they once did. Stockpiling is also a great way to store up for a rainy day. You will not believe how many body washes, deodorants, toothpaste you can get for next to nothing and not have to worry for the year. This is when you can start giving to others. I want everyone to learn and benefits from couponing. Its such a great easy way to provide abundantly for ones family and help others. I share what i know in my EBook to getting you started to becoming a super duper couponer.
 
Some Recent Amazing Deals
8 bottles Fructis Garnier shampoo & conditioner $2.53 Rite Aid
6 bottles Johnson & Johnson  lotion, bodywash plus vitamin water, plus twix $2.78 Rite Aid
Vanity Fair Dinner Napkins $0.50 Dollar General
2 woman’s degree, 2 suave, 2 men’s degree deodorant and 3 boxes Band Aid’s $3.30 Family Dollar
2 jars skippy PB and 2 oral b toothbrushes $0.48 CVS
 
Probably Best Deal was Rite Aid- 3 Bags, 1st transaction $2.04, 2nd transaction $0.53
13 cans bumblebee tuna ($0.35 cpns on can), 2 bottles Renpure conditioner (w/2 rebates $6.99 ea), Herbal essence shampoo and styling product, dove pb eggs, lance crackers, cocoa Pebbles, Bendryl Liquid Gels 24 ct, Dawn, 6 Right Gaurd Deodarants
 
Stefanie has offered her Super Couponing 101 Book at a special price of $4.99 for Little People Wealth readers.  All you have to do is head on over to this special link to get the lower price.
GIVEAWAY!!!
Stefanie has also offered one FREE copy to a lucky reader!  All you have to do is enter this giveaway.  You must do the first entry, all the entries after that are optional.  Please leave a separate entry for each and the winning comment number is the winner:
  • First, head on over to the description of the Super Couponing 101 EBook and leave a comment letting us know which chapter sounds the most interesting to you.
  • Follow Little People Wealth (left sidebar)
  • Subscribe to Little People Wealth via RSS or Email.  If you subscribe via email make sure you verify your address!
  • Post my new button on your blog
  • Follow me on twitter
  • Enter the giveaway for the Personal Finance Book (ends April 8th)

That’s it!  The winner will be chosen and posted on this site on Thursday April 15th.  The winner will have 48 hours to contact me in order to claim their prize.  Good luck!

{ 8 comments… read them below or add one }

1 Kathy_in_Colorado April 1, 2010 at 1:51 pm

Chapter 8. The Drugstore Ropes: Walgreens, CVS, Rite Aid would be most helpful to me.

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2 Steve and Carrie Whitson April 2, 2010 at 2:37 pm

I really could use the advice of Chapter 2, the ultimate Coupon Binder. Whenever I find a good deal, I know I have the coupon, I have seen it, but it takes me forever standing in the store isle looking through my coupon folders that are organized by date.

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3 saving money with coupons April 2, 2010 at 2:41 pm

I'm interested in Chapter 9, the weekly shopping trip. Well, actually they all look good!

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4 Stephanie April 2, 2010 at 2:52 pm

the chapter that explains the drug store ropes seems the most interesting to me

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5 Stephanie April 2, 2010 at 2:53 pm

i am a follower

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6 Stephanie April 2, 2010 at 2:53 pm

i have your button on my blog
http://www.keepingitsimpleandsavvy.com

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7 Stephanie April 2, 2010 at 2:54 pm

i subscribe via emai

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8 Stephanie April 2, 2010 at 2:57 pm

i entered the giveaway for the personal finance book

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