Rudy likes to take photos of her haul.
Photo of The Haul
20-year-old Dominique uses his fraternity to help cut coupons in order to save money for their big toga party.
April & Chasity are savings partners and cause double trouble when it comes to coupons and their stockpiles.
Jeff comes from a long line of extreme couponers. He officially passes his savings obsession to his coupon-prodigy son, Sam.
Passing the Torch
This frugal shopper will look anywhere for a deal. even if it means getting her shoes a little bit muddy.
Farming For Savings
Heather is such an extreme couponer, she says that if she won the lottery she would buy a bigger house in order to have a bigger stockpile.
If It's Free, It's for Me!
"Mississippi's Smartest Shopper," Bree wants to impress her mom by showing off her extreme couponing skills.
Couponing to Impress Mom
In Kentucky, Nathan prepares 1,000 care packages for the U.S. Military.
Operation Feed the Troops
Julie must prove she can coupon healthy foods only in order to secure a job.
Let me Prove it to You
Faatima decides to lose weight and coupon for healthy foods.
Training With A Coupon Addict
It's check-out time, and this couple is faced with successfully completing 23 separate transactions for maximum savings.
Meet Michelle, a shelf clearer and Tyler our college couponer.
The Shelf Clearer & College Couponer
Michelle's shopping trip proves more than worthwhile when she manages to get bountiful amounts of coffee and dog treats--all free!
Clearing the Shelves!
Despite being the "couponator," Judy needs help from time to time. Luckily, she has her husband to help her spot and score the best deals.
Couponing Powers Combined
By combining average household items she buys using coupons, Bree is able to create her own homemade laundry detergent for less than $20 a year.
Homemade Laundry Detergent
15-year-old Haley is the boss of her whole family when it comes to grocery shopping. She starts to save up for her first car.