Update: Saturday's class is full. Watch the blog for an announcement on the date of my next class.
It's your last chance to sign up for my half-day coupon class this Saturday, Jan. 28.
I'll be covering basic and advanced coupon techniques that will enable you to save at least 50 percent, if not more, on your next grocery trip.
The cost of the class is $15, which you should easily recoup in your first trip to the grocery store.
On top of that, we've also also got some nice freebies lined up for you to take home:
Every class member will get the 2012 Attractions Dining and Value guide loaded with money-saving coupons for area restaurants, stores and entertainment venues. (The Attractions book retails for $25 so a very generous freebie.)
Parking is free in our employee deck and we'll be serving a free continental breakfast.
We'll also do a drawing for several prizes, including gift cards to local stores and restaurants. Bring a donation to the Food Bank of Eastern and Central North Carolina and get a second chance to win.
The half-day class covers:
- finding, organizing and using coupons for the items you already buy.
- matching your coupons with the weekly grocery ads to maximize your savings.
- the ins and outs of local grocery coupon policies and rebate programs.
- meal planning and other frugal-living tips to cut your grocery budget.
The class runs from 9 a.m. to noon at our downtown Raleigh offices with an optional coupon swap afterward.
Go to the N&O Zone page to register. The class is open to N&O subscribers and space is limited.