The Season 2 opener profiles a Detroit couponer who's trying to save money to move her family out of their dangerous neighborhood. Also: a Connecticut woman uses couponing to help her family and friends.
A mother of seven feeds her family and 200 fellow parishioners for less than $100 a month; another couponer shops to feed 20 guests at her lake house, and faces unexpected competition from her best friend.
In Upstate New York, a couponer shops for her sister's wedding, planning to feed 280 guests on a $150 budget. Meanwhile, in North Carolina, a woman's grandmother left her a treasure trove of coupons with no expiration dates.
A California couponer feeds her whole family on just $25,000 a year.
A Missouri woman uses her coupon savings to build a dream home for her family. Also: a 20-year-old extreme couponer is profiled.
A Colorado family of five live off student loans and couponing while the father attends engineering school; a Georgia couponer teaches her best friend about the art of saving during a big back-to-school shopping trip.
A Virginia woman uses coupons to keep her family on a vegan diet; a New York woman takes her coupon-skeptic brother shopping for groceries to donate to the Ronald McDonald House.
A 16-year-old couponer is profiled. Also: a New Hampshire woman embarks on a major haul before taking a six-month break from couponing.
A pregnant Florida woman shops for groceries and baby clothes at a discount department store; a Mississippi woman tries to break a personal record for saving on a month's groceries.
Missy plans to get toothbrushes and other supplies to donate to a center that helps teen moms; single mother Nicole is able to keep her daughter in dance lessons because of couponing.
A single mother attempts a $4,000 haul; a mother supports her family of five with coupons.
Extreme donators Chris and Ashley try to get over a thousand dollars' worth of groceries for $0 in a major haul for Feeding America. In Ohio, Joni is back with her "coupontourage" in tow to help her get extra food for their donation.