Discount coupons.

This practice is more common in the United States, and consists of getting coupons in magazines or the internet that give you a discount on the product you want to buy.

Here everything is fine, you are saving and it is not a false saving, but the problem lies in the time spent getting these vouchers, it is usually more than one common working hours a week, or much more time, which is equivalent, and here my answer, to working hours in exchange for those coupons. Therefore, they are working to get the coupons, which would be the same as if you worked for money to buy what you want to buy, being a false saving since although you literally save money, you don't save it in time.

I recommend taking a look at the TLC program, cuponmania.


Coupons, a way to save.