We are thrilled to make it easier to find the best local deals and coupons that will add up to real savings for families across the country.
Lincroft, NJ (PRWEB) March 13, 2013
Making shopping, saving and living rich with coupons easier than ever, Living Rich with Coupons recently added a Grocery Price Comparison search tool. The new tool helps shoppers find the best prices at local grocery and drugstores, including Target, Walmart, ShopRite, Stop & Shop, Safeway, Kroger, Publix, CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens and more.
Living Rich with Coupons is a one-stop online resource for savings and deals with a focus on grocery and food savings. Founder Cindy Livesey’s family of five has saved more than $11,000 a year in groceries, reducing their weekly bills from $275 to $50, with a focus on becoming completely debt-free.
In addition, the Grocery Price Comparison search results share the latest printable coupons and insert coupons as well as sale prices, making it easier for families to save on groceries and everyday essentials. Likewise, users can compare prices across stores to determine the best bargains on a given day.
“At Living Rich with Coupons, we know that families want to save on the items they purchase the most, including groceries, health and beauty supplies, and convenience items, which is what this new search tool is all about,” said Livesey, creator of LivingRichWithCoupons.com and a member of the Coupon Network Advisory Board. “We are thrilled to make it easier to find the best local deals and coupons that will add up to real savings for families across the country.”
In addition to the Grocery Price Comparison Tool, the Living Rich with Coupons site offers a variety of coupons and codes, product bundles and special savings as well as freebies.
“Saving money with coupons can be very simple, and this new tool simply makes it that much easier to put a noticeable dent in your grocery bills,” Livesey added.
Launched by Cindy Livesey in 2009, Living Rich with Coupons provides coupons, savings and deals, particular for groceries. The site also offers tutorials on couponing, budgeting and living life debt-free. For more information, please visit http://www.livingrichwithcoupons.com