We invite you check our "shop" site on WTRV.COM. Ton of savings on things we really use. Dinner, golf, dry-cleaning, fun stuff. At least 30 percent off.

Who doesn't use some sort of coupon. Seize The Deal on WTRV FM offers half off. Lots of us scan the paper and internet for additional ways to save money.

September is National Coupon Month, and many Americans are taking advantage of the savings coupons can provide. According to a new CouponCabin.com poll, most people use coupons to stretch a dollar at the grocery store. Nearly half of the respondents say coupons help them cut the amount of money they drop on food and wine. But 39-percent also get discounts on clothing through coupons, and 28-percent use coupons to save on pet supplies. A quarter of those responding to the survey say they cash in coupons when picking up beauty supplies, and 24-percent use them when buying books and magazines. Also, people aren't just clipping coupons anymore. Nearly 75-percent say they've taken advantage of online coupons or coupon codes at least once. Meanwhile, 36-percent take advantage of electronic coupons at least once a month, and eleven-percent use them on a weekly basis.