The Season 2 opener profiles a Detroit couponer who's trying to save money to move her family out of their dangerous neighborhood. Also: a Connecticut woman uses couponing to help her family and friends.
A mother of seven feeds her family and 200 fellow parishioners for less than $100 a month; another couponer shops to feed 20 guests at her lake house, and faces unexpected competition from her best friend.
In Upstate New York, a couponer shops for her sister's wedding, planning to feed 280 guests on a $150 budget. Meanwhile, in North Carolina, a woman's grandmother left her a treasure trove of coupons with no expiration dates.
A Colorado family of five live off student loans and couponing while the father attends engineering school; a Georgia couponer teaches her best friend about the art of saving during a big back-to-school shopping trip.
A Florida couponer makes a list of supplies, including hundreds of toothbrushes, to donate to a center for teen mothers; a single mom credits couponing for being able to afford her daughter's dance lessons.