Call us "extreme couponers" or "crazy coupon ladies." Just don't call us late for dinner, because we'll be the ones bringing extras of everything, which we bought for pennies on the dollar.
After the recent TLC special "Extreme Couponing" portrayed four enthusiastic couponers as potential head cases, grocery savings expert Jill Cataldo reached for adjectives other than "extreme" to describe how she uses coupons.
"I would definitely consider myself aggressive. Extreme, no," said Cataldo. She teaches "Super-Couponing" workshops and sells a DVD course (found at jillcataldo.com) to help beginners learn the coupon tricks necessary to slash grocery bills. … Back to Article
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