Join us Friday, February 22nd. for an in depth look at how to save more and spend less while grocery shopping. Learn all the secrets grocery stores don't tell you and more!!
This workshop is led by coupon savings professional Aisha Denson author of Sensibleshopper.com. Also known as a Florida Times Union "Savvy Shopper" coupon workshop instructor. During the course of this 2 hour workshop, attendees will learn how to cut their grocery bill in 1/2 while saving 50% or more on grocery and household purchases!!
This workshop covers:
- Finding the Best Coupons
- Coupon Organization
- Couponing Terms and Lingo
- How to Build Your Stockpile
- Grocery Store Policies & Tips
- Meal Planning
- Shopping Strategies and more...
The cost of this workshop is $20, a detailed workbook will also be provided. Please pay in advance as no monies will be taken at the door due to limited seating.
You will also have an opportunity to purchase a Saturday & Sunday Only pre-paid subscription to the Florida Times Union at a drasticallly reduced rate.
Come prepared to learn, have some fun and save money all at the same time!
Tickets for this event are non refundable.
Are there ID requirements or an age limit to enter the event?
A. Unfortunately due to limited seating only children (10 and up) with paid admission are allowed to attend. The only exception would be a child (under the age of 1) seated in an infant carrier that does not require a seat.
Where can I contact the organizer with any questions?
A. Yes, you can contact Aisha Denson by phone: (904) 214-4722 or by email: email@example.com
Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event?
A. Yes, please bring your printed ticket confirmation with you to the event.
What is the refund policy?
A. Tickets are non-refundable once purchased.
The name on the registration/ticket doesn't match the attendee. Is that okay?
A. Unfortunately the tickets are non-transferable and must be utilized by the purchaser.
Are you allowed to purchase tickets at the door?
A. No, at this time due to limited seating no monies will be accepted at the door.
Why has the cost of the workshop changed, it was originally $10 per person?
A. Due to the increase in facility cost and other administrative fees we are no longer able to offer the workshop for $10 per person. However; we occasionally offer promotions and specials to the general public.
Can Sensible Shoppers come to my organization, non-profit, workplace, mom's group etc. to conduct a workshop?
A. Yes, Sensible Shoppers offers a variety of other services including: Basic and Advanced Workshops, In-Home Savings Sessions, Lunch n' Learns and Fundraising Opportunitites.
When & Where
Sensible Shoppers is a free online resource designed to share my passion for saving money and help others spend sensibly. I started couponing in 2009 to supplement my family’s income after making the difficult decision to leave Corporate America to spend more time raising my children. Within a few short months I was able to reduce my $600 grocery bill for my family of six down to $250 a month. Although I don’t consider myself an extreme couponer, I am a professed deal seeker, who refuses to pay retail for anything and loves finding a good freebie. I believe in being a good steward of God’s money, donating to charity and my philosophy “Saving Money Just Makes Sense”. Learn from my expertise as I maneuver through the savings clutter to bring you and your family the best money saving deals on everything from groceries to entertainment. Let me teach you how to cut your grocery bill in ½, build your own stockpile, buy things for cheap/free from the drugstores while transforming the way you spend money.