Today may have been my best haul yet with Savings Angel, but before I share my savings, I would just like to address a specific criticism I hear all the time: It’s not really saving you any money if it’s not stuff you would buy anyway. I disagree. Before using Savings Angel my husband and I would really have to pick and choose what we were going to eat each week as we were having a hard time making ends meet. Our monthly grocery budget was about $250 (which is the same now), but that would basically mean that we were eating ramen noodles, boxed dinners, and cheap-o lunch meat so that we would have enough money to buy essentials like bread and milk, toiletries (which we had to cheap out on as well), and paper products. It seemed as though there was never anything to eat in the apartment and we routinely ran out of toilet paper or paper towels and had to find ways to make due until we could afford what we needed.
It may seem hard to believe, but that all changed with Savings Angel. We have about the same budget for groceries every month, but almost never use it all, which, for the first time in our marriage, has allowed us to put a little money into savings or pay extra on bills. We no longer have to buy the cheaply made, who knows what’s in this, sodium filled, fat filled food that we were once buying, and the money that we save on groceries we can stock up on allows us to buy good meat during our supplemental shopping trips. Add into that the fact that I now have so much stocked up that I don’t need to go grocery shopping next month, except for things like milk and meat. THAT is a good feeling! I love knowing that it won’t be such a struggle to make it and that we’ll have food to last us. Another perk? This was the first shopping trip in the last 8 months that I’ve had to buy toilet paper; we still haven’t had to buy paper towel. I love not being a slave to the store!
One more thing… If you think using Savings Angel means that you’re going to lose hours upon hours of your time having to clip coupons and go store to store, that’s not the case. Granted, I’m not as organized as I should be with my coupons (and I’ll fix that soon, I swear), but I save time shopping this way. I only pick one or two stores to shop at any given weekend (I only shopped at Winn-Dixie this time around), and organizing my coupons only takes about 20 minutes (it’d be less if Savings Angel featured all of Winn-Dixie’s sales like it does for other stores, but I’m not complaining). Because I shop with a list and I know all of the sales ahead of time, I can avoid impulse purchases and I don’t wander around aisles. The longest part of the whole task is seriously checking out and having to wait for the cashier to get done with my coupons. Never fails.
Hopefully that’s easier to read than last time.
As always, if you have any questions about how you can save your family tons of money using Savings Angel, feel free to ask me. If you’d like to try Savings Angel and get 30 days free, use my affiliate number to sign up! There’s a 30 day money back guarantee too, so if you don’t like it, you’re not out anything!