She is a blogger who majors in the African Diaspora & the Canadian Experience.
Her latest attention is couponing, and she has taken to educating the rest of us about the real benefits of couponing.
Given the rate of inflation and the exaggerated costs of living, it probably makes a lot of sense to learn a thing or two about couponing. Couponing can be time-consuming and frustrating if you are new to couponing.
To become good at couponing, you need to do your research, use store flyers, check expiration dates, use a price book, ask for help, organize your coupons and get organized. This is all according to Mila Kalajdzieva on the reviewlution website.
- A laptop or computer
- A plastic binder with divider/labels
- Store flyers
- A printer to print online coupons
- You need to check out Apps like
- Checkout 51 ($5 sign-up bonus! Get cash back after shopping with your receipts!)
Here is Dami Adeniyi talking about the different apps for couponing:
Here are the apps she mentioned in her video for smart couponing:
- Loyalty/ Membership Programs
Here is why you should consider couponing.
- You can save money on groceries: In Dami Adeniyi’s first video on couponing, she reckons she saved a fair bit off her grocery bill.
- You can get a lot of free stuff like toothpaste, food etc
- One great reason why couponing is great is that you can help others out with all the free stuff you get.
Is Couponing for you?
Given the time it takes to understand how to coupon successfully, couponing is not for everyone.
If you would like to find out more about couponing, please visit Dami Adeniyi’s page, the Couponing Immigrant.