It seems I used to be able to save $$$ by cutting coupons, but now it just doesn't seem worth my time to cut, file, & consult while at the store. My primary source for coupons is the fliers that come in my Sunday newspaper. It used to be worthwhile to cut out coupons for items I used, especially when the grocery store offered to double the value of the coupons. I had a nifty little file folder in which I sorted & carried the coupons to the store, then would consult as I shopped. But nowadays I rarely find coupons for the items I buy, and if I do, they're for such small amounts that it isn't worth the time to prepare & bring along to the store. I buy mostly staples and store brands. Most of the coupons are for prepared brand-name foods. And the extra 20 cents I might save with the coupon on the rare instance that brand is on sale already isn't worth my time to deal with all the preparation & maintenance of the coupon file. It used to irritate me when I'd have to go through the file & discard all the expired coupons that never got used, it grieved me to think of all the time & effort wasted cutting, sorting & filing. But there probably are other sources for coupons I'm not aware of, websites where you can access coupons for just the things you need, ways of printing them & more. If YOU have found ways to save $$$ with coupons please share your methods with us!