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Blow the Whistle on High Prices

Shopping for school supplies seems like a never-ending chore, especially when you have children who grow so fast, you can hardly keep up with their needs.  If it seems like your children are outgrowing their school clothes at an alarming rate, you are probably not alone, especially if you have teen boys and girls.  Parent are often dismayed to find the shoes and clothes they worked so hard to buy, and shopped so long to find no longer fit just weeks after they were purchased.  But when your son shows you the holes in his sneakers, there’s little you can do but shake your head, and wonder how many pesos you’ll need to replace them.  If you’re a savvy shopper, you won’t need many, because you can save lots of money by shopping with Groupon.  And a great place to use them is at Old Navy.

Old Navy has teamed up with Groupon to offer deep discounts on select merchandise so you can buy their quality wear at rock bottom prices.  You can save as much as 50% off clothes and shoes for men and even more for women.  They have deals on plus size dresses that start at just $10, and they have codes that are good instore or online.  That makes great sense, because if you live near the store on Bonifacio Street, you can run in and pick up any item you neglected to include in your online order and still get the discount.  Those Groupons are so easy to use you can apply them from your smart phone.  You don’t have to join anything, or worry about missing deadlines.  And the deals change often, so it’s good to sign up for text alerts.  That way, the next time your teen or tween is bursting out of the seams of their school clothes, you’ll already know what’s on sale.

Raising a family on a budget means saying “no” to so many things you might feel like a referee in a basketball game, blowing the whistle on every move they want to make.  If the price is too high, it’s a foul!  It’s good to say “Yes” to shopping at Old Navy, and with Groupons, you can buy a whole lot more.  Fortunately, they stock items for the whole family, so if you need to shop for your children, you can also toss a few items for mom and dad into the cart.  This saves you time and money.  And it shows your children they can be stylish and thrifty.

Couponing – Why Some People Abuse It

If seems that there are a lot of people who do not seem to realize how couponing can help them save money. All over the world, people are saying that they are spending too much on the needs while their income is not getting higher. The economy of the world in general is unpredictable and there are also some who are experiencing financial problems because of the lack of employment opportunities.


If you are not too sure how you can get coupons, you can always search for newspapers that have them. There is always a section that you can cut and use the next time that you do your grocery shopping. If you are not contented with what you can get from the newspapers, you also have the option to check out some sites. Do remember though that there is a limit to the number of coupons that you can get.

This does not seem to be a hindrance to people who get by with the use of coupons though. There are stories of some people who have already been helped by all of their friends and family members to get as much coupons as they want. While it can be a huge problem for the cashier at the supermarket, it can save people a lot of money. There are even instances when people were able to get a thousand dollars’ worth of supplies for under a hundred dollars.

The power of couponing has made it easy for some people to abuse them although it has also managed to save the lives of some people who would have to live with their current income which is not enough for them to feed their families. Some are able to stock up on things that will last them for years. Couponing also takes a lot of hard work and it is not as easy as what people would probably portray on television. Coupons can be good but we should also make sure not to abuse them because too much of everything is always not good.

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