Caldwell mother Sarah Barrand, who blogs at athriftymom.com, scours Albertsons looking for the best deals. On this particular trip, she left with $77.17 worth of groceries but paid just $21.71. She also received a $10-off coupon for a future visit. “The first couple of times I was so embarrassed to bring this thing with me,” she said of her coupon binder. “Now it's like my kid.”
Caldwell mother Sarah Barrand, who blogs at athriftymom.com, scours Albertsons looking for the best deals. On this particular trip, she left with $77.17 worth of groceries but paid just $21.71. She also received a $10-off coupon for a future visit. “The first couple of times I was so embarrassed to bring this thing with me,” she said of her coupon binder. “Now it's like my kid.” Joe Jaszewski / jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com
Caldwell mother Sarah Barrand, who blogs at athriftymom.com, scours Albertsons looking for the best deals. On this particular trip, she left with $77.17 worth of groceries but paid just $21.71. She also received a $10-off coupon for a future visit. “The first couple of times I was so embarrassed to bring this thing with me,” she said of her coupon binder. “Now it's like my kid.” Joe Jaszewski / jjaszewski@idahostatesman.com

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March 07, 2009 12:00 AM

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