Each episode introduces viewers to America's most extreme 'super couponers,' sharing why they are so driven by the deals and witnessing their amazing couponing ways firsthand
OCD couponer Rudy hopes to spend just $20 on the reception for her vow renewals, and coupon fanatic Gia tries to make dinner for her humongous family for under $100.
A look at savvy shoppers who plan and plot their way to unbelievable savings. Can canny Jaime get nearly $2000 worth of groceries for a cash budget of just $100?
Quirky Broderick hides his coupons under his pillow to deter thieves, and Pam takes her unwilling husband on her supersaver shopping trips.
Canny Rebecca wants to throw a big party with a modest food budget. Jessica tries to grab $600 worth of groceries with some cheeky couponing corner-cutting.
April and her seven kids shop to feed their family and 200 parishioners for under $100 a month, and Carla faces unexpected couponing competition from her best friend.
Julie uses couponing to help her family and friends, while Faatima is couponing to move her family out of their dangerous neighbourhood- find out how it's possible.
Best friends and couponing partners go for a romantic lunch which turns into a couponing challenge. Will their husbands' attempts to coupon threaten their savings?
Michelle is using her coupon savings to build a dream home for her family. Plus, can 20-year-old college student Tyler impress his mom with his couponing skills?
Judy is known as the "Couponator," because she is always hunting down deals. Faatima is couponing in order to move her family out of their dangerous neighbourhood.
Susan is the 'Queen of Couponing'. For her 40th "couponiversary," she tries to beat her savings record. Plus, Cole has stockpile requests from his new roommate at Uni.
Maryann throws her daughter a coupon-themed 12th birthday party. Meanwhile, 15-year-old Haley is the boss of the family when it comes to groceries.
Extreme donators Chris and Ashley try to get over a thousand dollars' worth of groceries in a haul for Feeding America. In Ohio, Joni is back with her "coupontourage".
Amanda tries to teach her parents to coupon so she can take some time off. Jess is a coupon addict, so her husband makes sure that she donates her entire haul.
Callie's family lives off of loans and couponing while her husband studies. Kelly plans a back-to-school shopping trip with her friend Candi, a rookie couponer.
Zadia takes her friends couponing to prove her saving skills. Briana and Jose are ready to get engaged but Briana refuses to go into debt to pay for the ring.
Couponer Perry raises her family on a vegan diet and Melissa takes her coupon-sceptic brother to get groceries to donate to the Ronald McDonald House.
Katherine is about to take a break from couponing but is planning one last haul and Extreme Couponing's youngest ever shopper aims to get his biggest savings yet.
Pregnant Heather shops smart at Kmart. Meanwhile "Mississippi's Smartest Shopper" Bree tries to buy a month's worth of groceries for less than $140.
KT attempts a $4,000 haul at Kmart but line-item limits at the register threaten the success of her trip. And Connecticut mum Erin supports her family with coupons.
Missy uses her coupons to source supplies for a centre for teenage mums, and single mother Nicole saves through couponing to fund her daughter's dance lessons.
A trip to the supermarket can often be a costly venture. But not for canny extreme-couponer Amy, who is attempting to buy over $400 worth of groceries for under $10.
Identical twins Tai and Tarin aim to get birthday freebies from all over town. Nathan tries fitting 1,000 military care packages into a $50 weekly budget.
Money-savvy Desirae doesn't even pay for newspapers - she sources her coupons from recycling bins. Can Stephanie teach her son the art of couponing?
Antoinette collects coupons to take care of her mother and daughter while Chris uses his maths skills to try to get 700 items for a charitable donation for free.
A newbie couponer finds that her stockpile is slowly taking over her home. Meanwhile, another experienced couponer has a mega stockpile worth over $35,000.
Tammilee uses her savings from couponing to pay for her holidays, whilst Amber must take her kids shopping when her babysitter is late. But will it end in tears?
In Arizona, canny couponer Amber feeds her family of six on just $50 a week. In Ohio, Amanda tries to impress her feisty grandmother by beating her couponing record.
Kelly tries to impress her best friend by attempting to get more than $1000 of groceries for free. Rebecca tries to interest her sceptical husband in couponing.
In Long Island, Scott prepares for one last shopping trip before his wife Amy gives birth. In Las Vegas, Jen uses couponing to home school her twin six-year-olds.
In Ohio, Joni tries to get $3,100 worth of groceries for less than $100. Meanwhile, in Washington State, Angelique stays up all night planning for her shopping trip.
Shavon uses the treasure trove of coupons her grandmother bequeathed to her, to help rebuild her sister's stockpile. And can Erin feed 280 wedding guests on $150?
Michelle clears North Carolina's supermarket shelves when she finds a good deal and Kelly manages to support her whole family on a tight budget of $50 a month.
South Carolina waitress and mum Joyce focuses all of her energy on couponing. In Michigan, Aprille bribes her co-workers with snacks from her stockpile.
Louisiana couponer Lisa hopes to spend $15 for a month's worth of family groceries. April plans to feed 300 guests at her daughter's quincea?era for under $100.
Missouri couponer Erin tries to get a haul worth over $2,000 for free. Student Dominique uses his stockpile of gelatine for a pool at an epic college party.
Jeff comes from a dynasty of male couponers and is passing the torch to his eight-year-old son Sam. Basketball coach Kelly is couponing for her team's postgame party.
Alabama minister Adrienne spreads her love of couponing to her congregation. In New Hampshire, 14-year-old couponer Sarah controls her family's grocery shopping.
A high school senior clips coupons in class and enlists his ex-girlfriend to help. Plus, another couponer is pregnant and must restock before going on bed rest.
Pittsburgh couponer Jane must save enough to cover home repairs. In Connecticut, veteran couponer Judy teaches a coupon class and puts her students to the test.
Pregnant couponer Krista rubbish dips for coupons. Meanwhile shopaholic Amanda must get all of the food for her sister's baby shower for less than $60.