i tried Teri' list for a couple of months but found out I was finding the same deals on other websites that were free. There are lots of free sites out there that all you have to do is google couponing. One of my favorites is thekrazycouponlady.com and you can get coupons from couponmom.com or even target.com. Another way is to register your grocery cards with some sites and then downloading coupons to your card. Some of these sites are savingstar.com; shortcuts.com and cellfire.com. By combining these methods I usually save between 50-70% each grocery trip.
Teri's List can be found by going to: www.thegrocerygame.com
They have a 28 day free trial going on, so that's what I signed up for. The site alerts you to sales at the stores that you choose, then ties in those sales with coupons. You make your "shopping list" by clicking on the items you want on your list, and it tells you where to find the coupon (for example, RP 1/21 would mean in the Red Plum insert of the 1/21 newspaper).
It's supposed to save you a lot of time and money.
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I just recently signed up for Teri's List. At this point, I'm not sure if it's helping me or actually taking me more time to plan my meals/grocery shopping by using it. For those of you who use it, has it really helped you save a substantial amount of money?
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