Right now I'm only getting one Sunday paper delivered. I was buying two, but decided to cut back to one because I didn't seem to be using two coupons for an item often enough to justify the monthly cost of two papers. Someone please tell me if they think I'm missing out by only getting one paper.
By the way, I don't clip coupons right away - I check online first (on a website like Southernsavers.com or similar one) to see which items are on sale (that I need) that have matching coupons and then clip the coupons I need for that week. Then I file the rest of the un-clipped coupons (inserts) away for possible use during the next few weeks (the website will tell me if there's an old, not-yet-expired coupon to go back and clip for a current sale).
I've decided to go on a financial diet and put us on a very tight budget, so I'm mostly only buying the groceries that we absolutely need (notice I said 'mostly.' I mean, a girl's gotta have her chocolate now and then, and some frozen yogurt doesn't hurt, either ).
~Remembering my father~
*Feb 1931 - Oct 2012*
Mmm...frozen yogurt sounds good!
I used to only buy one paper, but if you do shop at Walgreens, it's so beneficial to have more than one coupon. A lot of their register rewards are 2/$$, so when you have more than one coupon, you're getting the most for your savings. Plus, you can always roll your register rewards w/your coupons and it saves you even more. That's just me though. I completely understand only getting one paper at a time. The papers are expensive, so if you're not using majority of the coupons, it makes sense to only get one.