Thanks to http://www.myhometownvalues.com/, consumers are saving more money with coupons than ever before.
Seattle, WA -- (SBWIRE) -- 03/22/2013 -- It seems like the cost of just about everything is rising. Whether it’s a week’s worth of groceries, a trip to the auto repair shop, or new shoes for the kids, consumers are paying more.
Many people have started turning to coupons to help ease their budgets in recent times – and the results are amazing.
Introduced by the Coca-Cola company in 1887, the coupon has been a part of the American retail industry for over 125 years. Recent popular television shows have shed light on “extreme couponing” – which takes a tremendous amount of work. But it’s not necessary to spend hours a week of meticulous planning to see the savings from coupons. Many consumers are saving thousands of dollars a year just grabbing coupons before they head out the door to the grocery store!
And the savings don’t have stop with the weekly grocery shopping trip. While the coupon market may be dominated by grocery items, Hometown Values is helping consumers find coupons for discounts on everything from over-the-counter medicine to auto repair to clothing.
“Clipping coupons” used to involve sitting down with a bulky Sunday newspaper and scissors, and looking through page after page just to find a few usable discounts. But now, Hometown Values makes the process simple. To find hundreds of local discounts, consumers simply visit the Hometown Values website at Myhometownvalues.com and type in their ZIP code. Visitors to the website can even search for every coupon with a certain city. Instantly, they will have access to hundreds of free, printable coupons for services, stores, restaurants and more.
Even if consumers just use one coupon a week, the savings that results can be tremendous. Thousands of dollars of discounts are just sitting there waiting to be found. Hometown Values is revolutionizing the way people see coupons. Visit www.myhometownvalues.com today to start saving.
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