Everyone knows that coupons help you save money, but clipping coupons and matching deals does take a lot of time. A growing number of shoppers are turning to services like SavingsAngel to streamline the process.
Instead of spending hours researching deals on their own, SavingsAngel members get maximum savings with a just a few clicks of their mouse. If you have a big family and already work full time, the cost of the membership can easily be offset by your potential savings from your first shopping trip.
SavingsAngel’s couponing database was started by husband and father of three, Josh Elledge, after he discovered a need for a more efficient way to teach shoppers about how to use coupons effectively. SavingsAngel helps members save money by using a database of over 2,000 products at stores across the country to find up to 300 bargains each week.
When combining manufacturer coupons and store sales, members can stockpile items they need at a savings of 50% or more. SavingsAngel also covers sales at a wide variety of stores, so members can still choose where they wish to shop each week.
SavingsAngel is a private company that is not affiliated with any particular religious group or nonprofit organization. The “Angel” name is just a reflection of a general belief in doing good and helping others. For example, the company has a program that members can use to send their expired coupons to military families that are able to use them overseas.
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