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Monica Vaughn, left, hands Safeway cashier Kevin Austin a bunch of coupons during one of her trips to the grocery store.

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Clipping cash — how coupons help one woman shop for free

Buying $800 to $1,000 or more in groceries and paying $50 or less because of coupons is now known as extreme couponing, thanks to a program on the TLC network. Monica Vaughn doesn’t really believe in or practice taking coupon shopping to the extreme. She believes in buying what you need and what you can use (or donate) and having a few extras to replace a product when you run out of it.


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