A big welcome to members of Saturday’s coupon workshop

Posted by Amy Dunn on June 14, 2014 

Thanks to everyone who spent their Saturday morning with me learning about coupons, rebates and frugal living.

And thanks for your amazing generosity to the Food Bank of Central and Eastern North Carolina. You donated 150 pounds of food, a $25 gift card and $6 in cash. That will provide more than 125 meals to needy folks in our community.

I really enjoyed meeting all of you and hope you will make the Centsible Saver blog a regular part of your day as you look for coupon deals, freebies and tips on saving money in your daily lives.

Look for new posts seven days a week. And be sure to check early Wednesday and Sunday mornings when I post the best sales and coupon match-ups at the supermarkets and drugstores -- all of them tailored to Triangle shoppers.

The easiest way to keep up with me is through social media. Become a fan of the Centsible Saver Facebook page or you can follow me on Twitter: @amygdunn. If you’re not a fan of social media, simply bookmark or favorite the blog and check daily for new posts on all things frugal.

If you're a coupon beginner, be sure to check out my Coupons 101 page HERE for basic information on couponing at the supermarkets and drugstores, a key to coupon lingo, tips on how to use the N&O's coupon database and much more.

And if you'd like to read The Dollar Diet series about my family's monthlong challenge to spend NO money, click HERE.

If you have a question, feel free to ask away in the comments section of the blog or shoot me an email at adunn@newsobserver.com.

Happy savings to all of you.

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