A Financial Education Event

Awesome Tools for Saving Money in 2015

2015The New Year is here, and I know I am looking forward to fresh starts with fresh ideas, mainly for my health and finances. There are always a few things we can do to help keep our resolutions to stick. Being organized and having great new tools at your fingertips is always a great foundation. Some of my favorite tools are sites that help me to layer the savings by using coupons. When you find something on sale AND can use a coupon, you are on your way to saving more money everywhere!

As many of you know, as a financial expert, there are a few sites I just LOVE. I have downloaded their apps to my kids phones, they are bookmarked in my (and my husband’s) web browser, and I constantly recommend them to friends and at events where I speak. One of these is Groupon. I have long used Groupon deals for massages, dinners, horseback riding, and fun getaways. But now we have partnered with our friends from Groupon Coupons to get the word out about something NEW!

Groupon is now offering coupons! This means that people don’t need to buy anything or spend money upfront in order to shop. Groupon currently is offering over 47,000 coupons from more than 7,700 stores. These aren’t just out of the way, hard to find places. They have offerings from major retailers like Walmart, Amazon, Home Depot and Target. They are continually adding new coupons and retailers as the site expands and grows. Definitely check out www.groupon.com/coupons.

One of the best things I love about fresh new tools is that they can help us make efforts in ALL our New Year’s resolutions. For example, there is a deal on Weight Watchers or even Nike for your health decisions in 2015. It is also great to save money on things you are already spending money on (like Starbucks, Walgreens or Southwest). Before you go somewhere, make sure you have checked Groupon Coupons!


About elliek

Ellie Kay is the best-selling author of fifteen books and a frequent media guest on CNBC, ABC’s Nightline, MSNBC, Neil Cavuto and Fox News. Ellie is also a gifted keynote speaker, presenting to standing ovation crowds of over 8,000 people.