Have you ever stood in line at Walmart for an outrageous amount of time? Only to find out the person in front of you is an extreme couponer? Be careful, because these extreme couponers are in it to win it!
So what is the big deal behind all this coupon clipping you say? They come away with shopping carts full of multiple products ranging from toothpaste to dog treats for as little as $5 to $10.
Many times these shoppers will need extra storage in their homes to store all of their purchases. A stash of supplies is commonly referred to as a couponer's "stockpile."
For many couponers, finding a charity to which to donate helps with the dispersal of multiple groceries. Most call couponing an addiction and get so addicted that all they want to do is sit down and cut them out.
On TLC, there is a television show about people that are addicted and will come up to the register with about $600 worth of stuff and only have to pay $8!
Extreme couponing is just as the name proclaims. People will go to extremes to find the deal of the week and often come away with hundreds of dollars in merchandise for only a few dollars.