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There's saving a few dollars here and there by clipping coupons ... and then there's the "super couponers" profiled in this series. They share why they are so driven by finding the best deals and show the amazing ways in which they collect coupons, including one woman who sifts through dumpsters for them. Their shopping skills are first-rate as well, using those clippings to stockpile thousands of dollars in merchandise for a fraction of the cost.

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In Georgia, Amanda tries to teach her parents to coupon so she can take time off from shopping; Jess is a shopaholic and coupon addict.
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Pregnant couponer Krista finds coupons in the trash; shopaholic Amanda must get all the food for her sister's baby shower for less than $60.
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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.
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Erin's unorganized method may be her downfall; Dominique and his frat brothers use their stockpile for an epic college party.
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Michelle is using her coupon savings to build a dream home for her family; Tyler is a college student hoping to impress his mother with his couponing skills.
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Jane must save enough at the store to cover home repairs; Judy teaches a coupon class and puts three of her students to the test.
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April feeds her family and 200 parishioners for a month for under $100; Carla shops to feed 20 guests.
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Julie has the chance to coupon for a job; Faatima is determined to get healthy and loose weight.
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Zadia takes her friends couponing to prove she can still get savings; Briana and her boyfriend Jose are ready to get engaged but Briana refuses to go into debt to pay for the ring.
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Kelly takes her friend on a shopping trip to show off her couponing skills; Rebecca tries to get her husband interested in couponing.
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Lisa hopes to spend only $15 for a month's worth of groceries; April plans to feed 300 guests for less than $100.
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Susan tries to beat her savings record for her 40th "couponiversary"; Cole has some stockpile requests from his roommate at school.
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Joni supports her family and charities through couponing; Angelique stays up all night planning for a shopping trip.
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Amber must bring all four of her children shopping; Tammilee saves money to go on vacations with her husband each year.
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Expectant mother Heather shops for groceries and baby clothes at Kmart; Bree makes her own laundry detergent.
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Cole, a high school senior, clips coupons in class; Angelique is pregnant and must restock her shelves.
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Michelle clears supermarket shelves when she finds a good deal; Kelly supports her entire family on just $25,000 a year.
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Chrystie is new to couponing with a stockpile that is taking over her small home; Treasure started couponing to save the family business.
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A daughter's graduation party; a 15-year old boy loves the control coupons give him.
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Callie's family lives off student loans and couponing; Kelly plans a back-to-school shopping trip.
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A coupon-themed birthday party; 15-year-old Haley is the boss of her family's shopping.

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