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I just came across a site called http://www.thegrocerygame.com/ [not longer exists :(]. It takes the drudgery out of cutting your grocery bill through coupons.

To quote the site The Grocery Game “reveals the ‘rock bottom’ prices on hundreds of products each week and matches them up with manufacturers’ coupons for the best possible savings at your local supermarket”.

Every now and then I find a coupon for a grocery item while I’ve been grocery shopping and I take the coupon and put the grocery item in the cart (that I didn’t intend on buying in the first place). But after I get home and put the groceries away and empty my purse of receipts and my shopping list, I find the coupon still in my purse.

Check out the site for examples of saving differences you could have using the coupons.

Do coupons really make that much of a difference in your shopping bill?