e-Course: The Sales & Frugal Tips (Video)

by Beth Montgomery on April 4, 2010 · 6 comments

in Coupons & Rebates, Tips & Basics

This is Part 3 of the 30-day Savings Soiree e-course by In Good Cents.   View the most recent course in this series or head to the Saving Soiree e-course main menu.   Subscribe to In Good Cents via RSS or e-mail to make sure you don’t miss out!   Reminder: There is still time to enter the $10 CVS Gift Card giveway!

Well, it’s my You Tube debut!   Though you aren’t seeing me in person, you will soon.   Today, however, I’m walking you through a slide show presentation entitled The Sales & Frugal Tips: It All Starts with a Discount.

You can view the presentation on the video embedded in this post or visit the In Good Cents You Tube Channel to view the full screen version.

- – PART 1 – -

- – PART 2 – -

- – Additional Resources from Previous Posts – -

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NOTE: e-Mail & RSS Subscribers, there is a video embedded into this post which may not be appear. You can view the presentation on In Good Cents or visit the In Good Cents You Tube Channel for the full screen version.

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1 Laura April 9, 2010 at 6:21 PM

I clicked on part 2 of this series and it was the same as part 1. Where can I find part 2??



2 Beth Montgomery April 9, 2010 at 6:49 PM

It’s fixed now Laura. Sorry. I was trying to fix all my links today and apparently messed that one up! But you can also find it at the In Good Cents YouTube Channel… http://youtube.com/user/ingoodcents

3 Casey October 19, 2010 at 4:13 PM

Where can I find something to file my coupons and organize them by category.


4 Beth October 19, 2010 at 10:17 PM

Casey, there is a post here about organizing your coupons: http://ingoodcents.com/2010/04/e-course-organizing-your-coupons.html and you can check out this video to see how I organize mine: http://ingoodcents.com/2010/04/e-course-how-i-prepare-to-shop-video.html. However, there are so many great things to organize your coupons in, but I love the binders with baseball or photo holders or plastic containers and index cards.

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