25 percent of Extreme Couponers Earn $75,000 a Year | The Frugalista

25 percent of Extreme Couponers Earn $75,000 a Year

by frugalista on January 25, 2012

Ok, so this Time article says that a quarter of extreme couponers earn $75,000 per year. Wow. Considering the real median household income in the United States in 2010 was $49,445, I would say the extreme couponers are doing pretty darn well. I guess I shouldn’t be surprised considering that a Kardashian decided to pick up on the craze.

Now, I love a coupon, especially a coupon code found online. I just don’t have room for a stockpile in my abode. And no dumpster diving for Sunday’s newspaper to stock up on deals. I’m just fine with my Valpak. Thanks.

Are extreme couponers getting that much cash back on the super savings deals? Or is it because they know the value of a dollar so that’s why they coupon? Are they the millionaires next door? Are you surprised at their income? Is couponing a full-time job?

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