6 Signs Your Extreme Couponing Has Gotten Too Extreme

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4.	You have a stockpile that could literally feed an army. No one can say it better than coupon expert Jill Cataldo: “If you’re buying more than you can use before the expiration date comes around, it’s time to stop. For example, cereal has about an 11 to 12 month shelf life. If you eat a box of cereal each week, and you wanted to buy a year’s worth of cereal at once, are you really going to need more than 52 boxes? But some people buy a couple of hundred boxes. Remember that these sales repeat. There really is no reason to go that crazy. In about 8 to 12 weeks there’s going to be another sale.”

4. You have a stockpile that could literally feed an army. No one can say it…

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