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4.06.2011

Stockpile Envy: Extreme Couponing Ladies on the Today Show


If missed the today show this morning, you might like watching this clip of two extreme couponing ladies who have pretty awesome stockpiles from their coupon clipping efforts.

You'll only see a snipet, but on tonights Extreme Couponing episode on TLC you'll see more of these ladies.  Tune in at 9 pm EST on TLC!

So what do you think so far?  Do you have stockpile envy?  I'll admit it....I DO!

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5 comments:

Melanie said...

I totally do! Where do they get the amount of coupons to be able to get all of the free stuff?

Kami said...

I am completely jealous! I need to do a whole lot better to get there. But I realize my life would not be the same, so forget it!

Anonymous said...

No envy here. They have more than they can use,seems like hoarding.It is important to save for your family and have enough to share with those in need. If they are buying that much, they are taking away from others. This is not responsible couponing.

So Many Obsessions ~ Amanda said...

Hoarding isn't limited to garbage. The average-sized American family does not need a stockpile like this. Like she said in the beginning of the clip, "This dish soap is on sale, but do you think we need more than the 40 we already have?"

I won't say it's greedy or that she's taking away from others (I associate greed with being malicious, and there are plenty of deals to be had), but I wouldn't eliminate the possibility of compulsive saving (rather than compulsive spending) and/or hoarding tendencies.

Momma and Her Doodle said...

Stockpiling does no good if products go beyond their expiration dates.

I stockpile within reason. that makes me a smart and frugal shopper. Plus I watch all the processed foods my family and I eat. So no I am not jealous. I do just fine within my means.

If a spectatular sale occurs, I make sure to keep what we will use and DONATE to my local food bank. In my opinion that is also smart.

These women are very smart and know how to work the system and sales. However I think they go above and beyond the realm of reason.

 

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