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Extreme Couponing Tip: Knowing When to Walk Away

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One thing that is very hard to do when you first start your extreme couponing journey is to walk away from a deal. But, sometimes walking away is the only option!

It’s hard to leave items on the shelf after you went through all the work of printing coupons, clipping coupons, organizing coupons, looking for items EVERYWHERE in the store only to find that the big bargain you expected to get just isn’t all that big.

But geez… do you buy an item just because you worked hard to try to get it?  NO!  If deep down inside you know it’s not a good deal, just leave it!  A better deal will come along. It might not be at that store. It might not be with that coupon.  But it will come eventually.  And you will be glad you waited.

 

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