Since January, Jessica Hacker, a mother of three teenage boys and a 2-year- old girl in Caldwell, Idaho, has managed to avoid spending any money at her local Albertsons, yet has come away with all of the groceries she needed. How did she do this? No, she is not part of an organized retail shoplifting crew. She did it by shrewdly cashing in a variety of manufacturer coupons coupled with store specials. In fact, in April she ended up with a net gain of 27 cents on all of her grocery ...
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