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I shared my thoughts on the pilot version of the show in December here…
And still think it’s a poor view of the real world of couponing.
The average person doesn’t buy 1500 tubes of deodorant or 2500 boxes of cereal in one visit.
The average person doesn’t get $5,000 of groceries for $5 in one transaction.
The average person doesn’t convert their home into a mini warehouse.
The average person in Wisconsin doesn’t have access to stores that TRIPLE coupons and have no limit as to how many you can use in one transaction – or a store that will waive their policy for you that one time so you can be on TV!
Keep doing what is best for YOUR family and taking great joys in knowing that you are saving MORE than you were before you started couponing.