Extreme Couponing Canada – All About Coupons, Deals & Freebies!

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  1. Hey just wanted to say hello, love your site, just stumbled across it. Followed you on twitter too :)

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  3. I would love to win this prize pack and so would some of my friends here in NS. Keep up the good work !!

  4. Hi there – just ‘stumbled’ across you site – love it so far – I have a question about the link you have for Coupon Mountain … are these Canadian coupons – I thought they were just US coupons – thanks for clarifying!

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    • Where would you rmeceond gtting the binders and sleeves from? Also, would u by any chance happen to hav a copy of that list u uld e-mail so i have a foundation to go by?

      • Tanya

        Hi Vincent,

        In terms of binders, for a start up I would just grab a poly floppy binder from Walmart or Superstore but if you plan on having an extensive collection or get a lot of coupon inserts I would go for a zipper binder either at those places or Staples type stores.

        Sleeves can be purchased at Dollarama or Staples (mine are from here). If you need more details, you can e-mail me at tanya@extreme couponing canada.org (omit spaces).

      • okay sorry here is some more! :) I got through Bountiful Basket (I could have found a bteetr deal if I went to some road side stands) 36lbs of Gala Apples for $24 which came to approx $0.24 per apple, one batch of apple sauce took about 16 apples = $4 and netted about 80 oz of apples sauce, I used 12 apples to make baby food and was able to make 2 regular muffin trays full.

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    Just had my first (little) extreme couponing session. Thank you for making couponing so much easier for me.

  8. Oh wow what a great job! thanks for all the tips, now its time for me to do some real shopping :)

  9. I just want to say thank you so much this site has changed my life! and I only just started :)

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  15. Hi Tanya:

    Just wondering if you’re still updating this website or is it no longer active.

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