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SOURCE: The Krazy Coupon Lady, LLC
In January, Americans had $120 billion less to spend on groceries, clothes and household goods as the federal payroll tax holiday expired. Frugal living experts Joanie Demer and Heather Wheeler of TheKrazyCouponLady.com are now publishing more retail deals to help Americans save.
Boise, Idaho (PRWEB) February 22, 2013
Less money means less spending. Most folks are keenly aware of this going into 2013, and major retailers are no exception. Stores like Target report slower sales in January from the higher payroll tax.
Pocketbooks are thinner, but calendars are still packed with expensive birthday and holiday purchases. TheKrazyCouponLady.com founders have expanded the free content on their daily blog to include the very best retail deals on footwear, clothing and jewelry for the whole family.
Like the highly successful grocery couponing strategies that garnered the site national acclaim, the new retail side offers a combination of coupons, promotions and sales to stack savings. Featured deals—verified prior to posting— mean discounts of at least 50% and include numerous tips on how to maximize retail savings:
Consumers who keep these tips in mind will maximize their savings in this tough economy. To find the latest coupons and sales, along with other frugal living tips, visit TheKrazyCouponlady.com.
Heather Wheeler and Joanie Demer, founders of TheKrazyCouponLady.com and authors of Pick Another Checkout Lane, Honey! are money saving, bargain shopping and frugal living experts. With their knowledge and savvy, they’ve sold over 50,000 books, garnered 5 million viewers per month at http://www.thekrazycouponlady.com, nearly 900,00 Facebook fans and more than 30,000 Twitter Followers.
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