Veteran couponers teach beginners how to best grasp bargains

Illustration of Coupons

Illustration of Coupons

“It’s really so easy that even your own husband can do this!” Michelle Waggoner told those who came to hear her secrets to saving big on groceries.

Waggoner, of Millersburg, gave a Couponing Crash Course Thursday evening at the Fulton Manor Care Center. More than 50 people crowded into the front room to hear Waggoner and her husband, Cory, divulge their couponing strategy to buying more for less — a lot less. Cory Waggoner showed a slide of $303 worth of groceries his wife purchased during one shopping trip that she paid only $70 for.

“When you walk out of here today,” Cory Waggoner told the crowd, “the goal is to just say no to paying full price — ever.”

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