Slash your grocery bill with this free webinar.Posted by Donna Freedman on Mar 12, 2013 | 10 comments
Want to cut your food bill? Jump-start the process with the “Grocery Couponing 101” webinar, jointly sponsored by Savings.com and LearnVest.
The free program, designed to reduce your supermarket spending by up to 50%, takes place from 8 to 9 p.m. Eastern on Thursday, April 4. Presenters are Andrea Deckard of SavingsLifestyle.com, Lauren Greutman of I Am That Lady and Ellen Derrick, a certified financial planner with LearnVest.
Just how much can you learn in an hour? So glad you asked.
The three main topics:
- Shop smarter: Avoid everyday supermarket snares.
- Realistic couponing: What an idea! Use them to your best advantage, i.e., to save the biggest bucks.
- Meal planning made simple: Get practical tips for menus that save you the most while satisfying the people for whom you cook.
Obviously you can’t learn everything there is to know about strategic couponing in an hour – but this is a pretty good start. The presenters will also send out information on in-person classes sponsored by DealPros around the country.
(Want a look at currently available programs? Visit this Savings.com link. Maybe there’s a class in your region.)
Space is limited in the free online seminar – if you’re interested, register now. By doing so you’ll also be signed up for the “Cut Your Costs” boot camp from LearnVest, a free e-mail program designed to help you:
- Lower your bills: Information on how to negotiate better rates as well as to teach yourself cost-cutting measures.
- Save on what you love: Ways to cut costs on the things you need and to weed out the things that don’t make you happy.
- Reach your financial goals: With the additional wiggle room in your budget, you’ll be able to create and reach financial goals that much quicker.
The bootcamp is done at your own pace, vs. the one-night-only webinar. Either one could help you get control of your finances.
Note: The sign-up URL contains an affiliate link, i.e., I earn a small finder’s fee for every person who uses it to register.
- Goal-oriented groceries
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- Don’t throw it out until you’ve smelled it