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Be Wowed by TLC's Extreme Couponing!

Be Wowed by TLC's Extreme Couponing!

Imagine clipping coupons for four to six hours a day in order to create a stockpile full of toilet paper, pasta, cereal, candy bars, and laundry detergent while paying close to nothing. If it seems unbelievable, TLC's Extreme Couponing will show you just how real this lifestyle is for some. Premiering Wednesday, April 6, at 9/8c, TLC takes a deep dive into the private lives of severe savers, obsessive shoppers, and compulsive consumers. Their stories are intriguing, leaving you hooked after just one episode.

If you like to see how other people live, check out the clip below and tune in for the riveting series premiere. Enjoy!

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mommaL mommaL 4 years
Although I do think extreme couponing is a good thing, I would like you to encourage you followers not to take other peoples newspapers, or more than one paper out of the newspapers boxes. I am a newspaper carrier and when someone takes more than 1 paper or a paper from someone else, I have to pay for it. This is the way some of us have to make a living, we support our families by delivering papers. we have to pay for them before we can deliver them, so by taking more than 1 or somebody else paper they are taking money from someones money from their pocket. I only mention this because someone is taking from my box for the coupons, I lose about $100. per month. Sometimes if you contact a carrier they will be happy to give you the coupons. Thanks and please consider this.
speedi25 speedi25 4 years
i love this show, i'm glad they have something positive on tv. it inspires me to be a couponer.
amber512 amber512 4 years
It's a bit extreme for me. Saving money is awesome, but it sounds like a full-time job!
bluebellknoll bluebellknoll 4 years
It is impressive that these people can buy $1000 worth of groceries for $20 BUT who really needs 57 bottles of mustard?!?!?
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