cereal.) Online exchanges also exist at m and. Greatest Givers: Extreme Couponing for its run during the Thanksgiving season. Last month I described five reasons to steer clear of extreme couponing, and now I think I have a sixth: It brings out the worst in both consumers and retailers. History edit, extreme couponing is an activity that combines shopping skills with couponing in an attempt to save as much money as possible while accumulating the most groceries. In reality, many grocery stores have discontinued doubling coupons or they now have severe restrictions on how many coupons can be doubled. .
Couponers were excited (at first) when the TLC program Extreme Couponing was aired and it motivated a lot of people to try their hand. After seeing the show on TLC, I decided extreme couponing would be the perfect new hobby for me because I d be able to save so much.
Follow her at and on Twitter/farnoosh More on MoneyWatch Photo source: Sado27's photostream on Flickr First published on June 26, CBS Interactive Inc. Do Know Your Limits. 7, on June 6, 2011, TLC announced it ordered a second season. For example, in one episode, a woman wanted to buy bagged salad that cost. We understand that some customers may have questions regarding the coupon policy after viewing the show and we welcome your comments. Also, in one particularly poorly scripted shopping spree, the store doubled all the coupons the shopper redeemed.
Heck I was even invited to join a Facebook group of folks that wanted to get Mrs. Kerlew removed from the Extreme Couponing show on TLC.