5 Celebs who Use Coupons to Save Money
These 5 celebrities don’t believe in wasting money on items they’re buying, even if they do have plenty of cash in their bank accounts. They love to keep their eyes open for bargains at the supermarket and collect any coupons they think they’ll use to cut down costs.
It may seem silly, but they see it as saving a dollar that would otherwise just be wasted and they don’t believe in throwing away their cash when it can easily be saved with some planning. Some have been caught up in the couponing craze and get a thrill from saving big bucks, while others just want to find healthy foods and household items for a fraction of the price.
No one likes to waste money, and even though these 5 stars have plenty of it, they don’t believe in squandering it either.
Elisabeth married a guy who loves to coupon so she often joins in: “I married a coupon guy, in the long term, he is so on top of things. He’s very aware of what things cost and what it means to our situation, and I thank him for that.”
Gaga is always met with shock when she uses coupons but she doesn’t see a problem with it: “Why do people look at me like I’m crazy when I use coupons at grocery (stores) or try bargaining at retail, Im From New York Where Is The Sale Rack.”
Hilary uses coupons because she doesn’t believe in wasting money: “I would use a coupon – just because I have some money now, I wouldn’t? That doesn’t make sense to me. I see it as a dollar in my pocket. People around me laugh, because I have a deep understanding of what a dollar gets you and how far to make that dollar go. I really appreciate that I get to travel and see the world and that I can pay my bills. It’s an incredible feeling to know that I can actually buy that pair of shoes.”
Kristen loves couponing and making big savings: “I use a lot of coupons, I almost exclusively shop with coupons. The best coupon you can get, possibly in the world, is the Bed, Bath & Beyond coupon. And you know it’s the best one! because it’s like 20 percent off, and if you buy a duvet or an air conditioner, you could be saving upwards of $80!”
Sarah Michelle Gellar and her husband only eat the best foods but look for bargains: “Freddie and I go to the supermarket probably every day, because we like to eat fresh, organic and local. People think it’s so expensive to eat like that, but there are ways to do it so it’s not as pricey. We shop at Whole Foods, but we ask which fish is on sale. On sale doesn’t mean it’s bad! It probably just means it’s overcaught. And I clip coupons all the time. Why should you pay more for something that someone else is paying less for?”