If you live in Central Indiana, you may not want to spend your time hunting for great local deals because one local woman has done the work for you.
Danielle Williams has combed through, collected and collated all the best coupons for you!
That is what the Williams family saves on groceries using “My Fave 4 Letter F-word,” a website Williams created herself.
Williams said the F stands for “free,” which is what she says she practically gets with all her savings.
“For example, Target has printable coupons on their website for clothing, so I had a $5 off any denim item for women,” said Williams. “These jeans were already on clearance. Seventy-five percent off for jeans that were only $4.98, and now they are absolutely free with 2 cents to spare.”
Several FOX 59 viewers raved about the site.
“My Fave 4 Letter F-word explains everything you need to know and will also get you started on how to start saving money," declared Emillie Fields.
Here’s how it works: you go to the site, log on and view all the coupons there for you to print or link to. There are tons of tips on how you can also do it yourself.
During Williams’ latest shopping spree, her total bill for groceries and some clothes was $78, but she ended up paying $18 after using coupons she found and listed on her website. She saved $60 on a $78 bill which made her husband one happy man.
“We can now go out and spend more money with the kids and do other things that we're not spending on food, so I think I’ll keep her,” joked Greg Williams.
Stretching Your Dollar: Local woman starts coupon website to help others save big
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