Tips for Reading & Getting Involved

by Beth Montgomery on January 24, 2009 · 4 comments

in Announcements, Tips & Basics

IN Good ‘Cents’ is growing so quickly. Thank you all for spreading the word! As loyal readers, I wanted to give you all some tips for reading this blog and for getting involved.

  1. Watch & enjoy the comments! Sometimes I miss a great deal and readers add deals they catch in the comments. For example, this week a reader, Corey, realized that Green Giant Steam Fresh Vegetables were FREE at Kroger and part of the Mega Savings Event, even though they weren’t listed in the advertisement. He added a comment to let us know! Thanks Corey!
  2. Add a comment! If you see a great deal or just want to share how well you did at the grocery store this week, leave a comment to let the rest of us know! We’d all love to hear about any great coupons, samples, freebies, or deals you find!
  3. Give feedback! This site is so new, so I am very open and very appreciative of any comments you have or changes you’d like to see. If it’s something I can make possible, I’d be more than happy to do so, so e-mail me or leave a comment to let me know!

I look forward to hearing from you!

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{ 4 comments }

1 Corey January 24, 2009 at 9:29 PM

Ummm, Corey is actually a guy :P I know it is rare to see a guy into this stuff…especially a college sophomore guy. It is all good though, I don’t take offense to those little mistakes :)

2 IN Good "Cents" January 25, 2009 at 5:54 AM

LOL, sorry, Corey! I actually have a few male readers, but I think it’s more that I’m reading a book right now and the main character is a female named Corey. The “college sophomore guy” part does shock me. My brother is a freshman right now and I don’t think he cares at all about saving money at the grocery store right now.

3 Susan January 25, 2009 at 6:12 AM

Well Beth, This is you mother :) and you will be glad/surprized to know that Andrew says to me all the time. “I’m going out to eat here or thinking about buying this or that. Do you have a coupon?” or “Can you find me a deal?”
So Corey I’m proud of you!!

4 Corey January 25, 2009 at 9:15 AM

Haha, yeah, I got into it over the summer. I have never liked to spend money and somehow I stumbled on Slickdeals and saw the CVS thread one day and everything in the thread said FREE. So I started. I don’t have to buy like most of you who have to support a family. I go to college here locally so I stay at home and my mom does most of the shopping but I nab all the free or really really cheap things that she would miss/refuses to buy (I have so many toaster strudels right now, I think I am in heaven!).

Last night a friend of mine and I went to see a movie and have dinner and I got her makeup from Walgreens. She is impressed by me never spending much money. We did the entire night for under $10.

Plus, girls love it. I got a marriage proposal from one of my friends when she saw all the stuff I had that I spent next to nothing on. Let your brother know that ;)

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