Deborah Moroney-Clark wakes up early to be one of the first shoppers to get the "free stuff" at the local drugstore.
Name: Deborah Moroney-Clark
Occupation: Radiologic technologist
Hometown: Highland Park, IL
From an early age, Deborah Moroney-Clark learned how to use coupons by shopping with her mom. Now it's still a family affair. She and her husband, Paul, spend Sunday mornings eating breakfast with cousins and sharing bargain-shopping plans.
She's usually one of the first shoppers at the local drugstore -- Walgreens or CVS -- looking for the "free" stuff before it's gone. On her best shopping day at Walgreens, she spent $8.50 to buy $87 worth of items, using coupons in conjunction with her AARP card.
"I especially like purchasing items that do not expire," says Moroney-Clark. "I just love it when the store pays me to take toothbrushes and dental floss out the door."
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