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Using vouchers to shop, done properly.

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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
Using vouchers to shop, done properly.

An US house wife feeds her family for little to nothing, using the magic of shopping coupons.

It does look like a full time job to me. Clearly deserves the title "Mum of the Century".
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6y, 11m agoPosted 6 years, 11 months ago
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#2
she can come shopping with me anytime :thumbsup:
#3
That is amazing
#4
wow! i need to try that lol .
#5
OMG awesome
#6
Im sure her children get a well balanced diet, you know you've done badly when you're salad comes in a plastic box
#7
If only here eh. Can guarantee that the big shops wouldn't allow "stacking" of vouchers and we very rarely get vouchers/promotional discounts that matter that much, or make such a large dent (please correct me and help me if wrong :P )

Typical food voucher in my experience goes along the lines of 75p of £4.50 item. IE always less than 50%.
#8
WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Does it work in England? Cause that is what we want to know.
#9
Prob be arrested and sent to looney bin if ya did it in england
#10
Judging by the way that nation is going, they're gonna need plenty of vouchers for tens of millions of people in the coming years.

Poor *******s sold down the drain by their leaders and financial money changers.
#11
thfc andyp3;7316883
Im sure her children get a well balanced diet, you know you've done badly when you're salad comes in a plastic box

I bet she doesn't get a mouth full from her kids anymore, when she dishes up something they don't like.

teraomi;7316905
If only here eh. Can guarantee that the big shops wouldn't allow "stacking" of vouchers and we very rarely get vouchers/promotional discounts that matter that much, or make such a large dent (please correct me and help me if wrong :P )

Typical food voucher in my experience goes along the lines of 75p of £4.50 item. IE always less than 50%.
You are not wrong. I am getting one free bar Milka chocolate, every time I go shopping. They just will not let me do more than one per purchase. :x

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