This was fascinating to me, because I have always been a coupon user anywhere I could use them, and these two girls are just amazing . . .one has actually done my dream thing and went to Target (who is very friendly to coupon users in one store here in Illinois) and walked out with over $170+ worth of food, paper products, and toiletries for $7.61. She said Target is one of the best stores she has ever found for clearance items, and they don't have aisles like WM, you have to look throughout the store. And, you can use cash off coupons on them, they just adjust the price. Another thing that just blew me away, is our local Aldi's have great prices on produce, but their produce is "smaller" and not quite as good as quality as WM and you ask for a price comparison and GET it at WM when you take in the Aldi's ad and show it to them at the checkout . . .also when Aldi's runs a milk special like $1.99 a gallon, WM will honor that too with their brand. . .the BOGO free at CVS with the bucks you get back is another fantastic way to get virtually free shampoos, etc. These girls also make their own liquid laundry detergent and fabric softner. The fabric softner is what intriqued me, as I had made it before and was not impressed with it. They add 2 cups of HAIR CONDITIONER, and the cheaper the better, to theirs. Says the scent is wonderful and it works great. The recipe I had never called for that. They said not to use the high priced conditioner, as it has too much oil in it and it will come out on the clothes, so Suave or White Rain are the two best picks . . .Suave has some great scents too, the Coconut and Lavender are particularly good. I actually have the paperwork they passed out to us that night, and I can scan and email it to anyone interested next week when I work in the office. We have a copier that scans and does such a terrific job so fast I can send anyone interested in a copy. It gives websites you can go too, to print off coupons (DG in some areas will not accept these) and tips and other ways to cut costs. I went to Petsmart the other day, and my bill came to $72 which sounds horrible, but most of it will last me almost 2 months, and I had almost $18 in cash off coupons. Combined with the stores specials, I came out with about 10 bags full of stuff. . .so I feel like I am getting back on track. The paperwork will have some of my notes on it, and other websites, but for those of you out there wanting to cut corners even more (I feel like if I save $20 at the store, then the animal food is sort of free . . .see what I mean!!!! MORE critters!!!!! ) this is a great stepping stone to getting started!!!! They are on facebook as couponmommas I think, Jamie is one of them, can't remember the other girls name. . .but they put their tips and specials on that website and links to other good deals. One of them is actually having a NO SPEND MONTH this next month, as she has enough pantry and food items to only have to buy milk, bread and gas. She is really excited about this. The other girl is a divorced mother of two little babies and she said when her husband left her, sort of out of the blue, she literally ate out of her pantry for 6 weeks. If I can scan and post it to a topic I will do that too, so you can just print it off like that!!! I want to go again, because I think you will learn something new each time you go that you missed the first go round.