The section that would be the most fun for couponers is the groceries area, where you can literally browse through dozens of deals, and virtually “clip” them. Once you’ve selected all the coupons you’d like to use, you can print them all simultaneously and be ready to buy!
You can also purchase things like gift cards and tickets to sporting and entertainment events on the site, and get helpful hints and tips on the best ways to save when you read Sally’s Blog, which is updated often with “how to” tips, DIY suggestions, fitness tips and product reviews.
I have yet to actually use Cheap Sally’s coupons. I logon to the site and see what’s available, but I haven’t downloaded anything. Here’s the rub about coupons and me: I have a tendency to forget to use them. I’ll put them in my specially designated “coupon drawer” and then fail to have them with me when I’m in a situation where they’d be handy; or I’ll have them in my wallet, and just completely forget to pull them out and actually hand them to the cashier. So coupons just kind of “hang out” with me rather than getting put to any use.
Still, I can see the value in CheapSally.com, and those of you with better faculties around your memory will make great use of it. Enjoy!