If you love Post products, there’s an easy, basic way to save money using Post Cereal Coupons that most people simply overlook because they don’t want to put forth the time to do it, because they’re just not interested in going down that frugal avenue for a variety of reasons, or they don’t know where to begin or how to do it.
The reality is many people like you and I are saving about 35 to 50% off their grocery bill each and every trip through the use of free coupons! This means if they spend the American family average of $600 a month, and we all know these days that figure is on the low end, they’re saving approximately $3,600 a year. Folks, this is not chump change!
Now, of course, they’re mixing their coupons for Post Cereal with so many other different freebie coupons so they can maximize their savings, and the best way to start is by becoming organized and keeping track of those juicy little discounted pieces of paper in a separate file box they can carry in the front of their shopping cart.
It amazes me how many families pass up on the opportunity to save money by beginning to use printable coupons as well as the ones you find in the Sunday paper inserts; they’re missing out big time!
I believe the biggest challenge for a family member to start saving using this method is to simply say, “That’s it, I’m starting this weekend.” What most people do is procrastinate week after week until the excitement of saving over $300 a month goes away. Think about it, though. You can actually save a bout three hundred dollars if you decide to start this weekend.
You can start by cutting out those free coupons from your Sunday newspaper when it arrives this weekend; if you don’t have delivery service like most of us, go out to the convenience store and get yourself one, and while you’re at it, grab a cup of coffee or tea, or whatever you like to drink and start enjoying your little “couponing” routine. Also, don’t forget to cut out or print out those Post Cereal coupons from your favorite cereals and quit throwing money away like most people do. You’ll thank yourself in the long run.