Dallas Fort Worth: Extreme Couponing on TLC

Posted by My Dallas Mommy on Wednesday, April 6th, 2011 at 6:16 pm

TONS of people in the Dallas/Fort Worth area are talking about it and wanted to make sure you knew about it to! Attention all you couponers!  Extreme Couponing premieres tonight! There are 2 episodes and they begin at 8pm CST! But be sure to check out our Extreme Couponing Deals this week!

2.1 million viewers tuned in for the premiere EXTREME COUPONING, which aired as a one-hour special on December 29, 2010. Now, each of the series’ 12 half-hour episodes introduces viewers to America’s most extreme “super couponers,” sharing why they are so driven by the deals.  I don’t know yet how I feel about some of those being featured… the MyDFWMommy jury is still out on this one… what are your thougths? Because we all know we can do Extreme Couponing without going to Extremes!

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4 Responses to “Dallas Fort Worth: Extreme Couponing on TLC”

  1. Ashley says:

    I think the EXTREME is a little too EXTREME. These people have all the coupons in their area and buy out the stores which leave others without. If I could ever get enough stuff to make a stockpile then you better believe that every two weeks I would be going to the local Food Pantry here and donating all I can!

  2. Anonymous says:

    I watched the first episode that was on a couple months ago and the people on that show are hoarders…plain and simple. When you've got 9 grocery carts full it is no longer just about saving money.

  3. Anonymous says:

    Sure if it fits the family lifestyle but when you have over 6 months worth of product, then you should donate to shelters, church or foodbanks.

  4. Ris says:

    I love getting great deals, but when you are renting storage, giving up your garage, and purchasing 4 freezers, it's no longer about a good deal and it's an obsession and illness. I also think that having a show like this and encouraging people to go to such extremes may make store reconsider their coupon policies, limits, and price matching…Can't say I blame them.