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Extreme Couponing 2010

  • 2012-12-04T18:00:00-08:00
  • TLC
  • 2010-12-29T00:00:00-08:00
  • 30 mins
  • 20 hours, 0 mins
  • United States
  • English
  • Documentary, Reality
Americans throw away $57 billion worth of coupons every year. But for savvy savers, coupons can mean the difference between saving and spending thousands of dollars. On Wednesday, December 29 at 8 PM ET/PT, TLC will introduce four of the country's most coupon-obsessed savers who will do anything for a deal. Their game is simple - get as MUCH as possible for as LITTLE as possible. But these extreme couponers aren't just looking to save a few dollars here and there. Instead, they're looking to cash in on some serious savings and they're doing it by any means necessary - dumpster diving for coupons, charting weekly store circulars, creating elaborate math formulas and stocking up on as many products as possible. With over 367 billion coupons printed each year, the addictive art of smart shopping can be an extreme rush for any consumer.

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Finding out the US couponing system is retardedly exploitable was kind of interesting, I guess, but the problem with this show is that every episode is almost exactly the same, so it gets boring fast. I won't be watching season 2.

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It is really disturbing. I saw 2 episodes so far, one woman actually said that she loved her self with groceries almost as much as her own family....

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Yes, the show the inside of people's homes. One lady's home they showed that she had shelving units in her bedroom with products on it. Rolls of paper towels stored under her kid's beds. Her kid's closets were full of cereal boxes. Some had additions added to their homes just to store the crates and crates of coupons. The more I reflect on what I watched the more disturbing it becomes.

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