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Think you’re getting the best price because you shop at a discount store? Think again. “It’s super dangerous to have Costco be the only place you shop,” said Demer.

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Demer says you should have three free apps on your phone. The first, unsurprisingly, is the Krazy Coupon Lady app. “What we do is we aggregate coupons from all over and then we’ll tell you which one to use this week,” she said. The point is to find one that helps you plan what you’re getting.

This is the last in our series of columns on savings. One thing we don’t want to ignore is the power of other people. These days, going shoppi…

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The name here is meant to explain it all, but it could still use a little help.

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Flipp is for the people that find Coupons.com too techy. All Flipp really does is compile the weekly ads and flyers that stores release so you don't have to dig through, say, a physical newspaper to find what's going on sale. It lets you search by stores and products, and you can load your loyalty cards for automatic savings.

Here’s a sweet way to start the week: It’s Carrot Cake Day. And you can definitely count this dessert as a vegetable serving on your 2020 diet…

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A 2011 reality show about super couponers ushered in the gluttonous era of shelf-clearing at the grocery store. The weekly show that aired for five seasons on TLC would feature shoppers clipping hundreds of coupons, and then planning and executing megahauls of food and goods carried out of grocers for free. Viewers were treated to expansive panoramas of their neat stockpiles showcasing hundreds of bottles of mustard, body wash, toilet paper and Tide. The show spawned a legion of followers that eventually forced grocery stores and food companies to rewrite coupon -redemption policies and limit quantities. The craze prompted coupon theft, too. The Broward County Sheriff nabbed coupon crooks who drove around stealing inserts from newspaper boxes. Thanks to the show, coupon expiration dates are shorter than they have ever been, with little to no savings on fresh food.

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Don’t impulse shop, says AJ Grossman. “Make that list, clip coupons and stick to your budget/plan.”

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“Want to save money when you dine out without using coupons? So many restaurants now offer happy hour pricing with big discounts on food as well as drinks, so long as you order before 6 or 7 p.m.,” says reader Stacey Marantz Stabile.

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Sunday, Sept. 29 is National Coffee Day — the most popular of the coffee holidays. This is the day when most national coffee chains (and many local ones) show appreciation for their customers by handing out free coffee. However, some require coupons or a purchase. 

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