List Highlights Movie Stars, Sports Personalities and TV Celebrities Who Love Saving Money
Mountain View, Calif. – February 1, 2012 – Rich and famous are adjectives that often go hand in hand to describe celebrities, but that doesn’t mean stars don’t know the importance of spending their money wisely. Plenty of celebrities are frugalebrities and are proud of their savvy shopping habits and financial prowess.
“Celebrities may be thought of as living lavish lifestyles but the truth is, like most of us, many stars love a good bargain,” said Jeanette Pavini, Coupons.com Household Savings Expert. “Whether it’s shopping around for a deal, clipping coupons or being smart with their spending, these ‘frugalebrities’ know the value of a buck.”
So without further adieu, Coupons.com names its top frugalebrities of 2011.
- Sarah Michelle Gellar – TV’s former Buffy the Vampire Slayer and current star of Ringer uses coupons for everything from her groceries to her dry cleaning, stating “I clip coupons all the time. Why should you pay more for something that someone else is paying less for?”
- Manny Delgado – We don’t know if actor Rico Rodriguez is a super saver in real life, but his Modern Family TV counterpart Manny Delgado recently took the blame when his dog fell in the pool and said, “I got caught up in my couponing.”
- Halle Berry – The beautiful Bond girl doesn’t take her riches for granted, saying she’s “pretty frugal” and always saving for a rainy day.
- Hilary Swank – Hilary may be a big star but that doesn’t mean she’s too good for big box stores. The A-lister knows that a penny saved is a penny earned and believes in buying essentials, like toilet paper and toothpaste, in bulk. She also said she sees coupons as “a dollar in my pocket.”
- Roy Hibbert – When he’s not busy putting up free throws, the Indiana Pacers center likes looking for other freebies. The 7-foot-2 NBA star says he tries to live modestly, clipping coupons and looking for deals when dining out. “Going to restaurants, I make sure if I have a coupon, I use it.”
- Kourtney Kardashian – A recent episode of Kourtney & Kim Take New York showed that the oldest of the three reality show sisters had taken up a new hobby: couponing!
- Renee Zellweger – Renee Zellweger hasn’t let the Hollywood lifestyle overshadow her upbringing. While she may command multi-million dollar paychecks now, the star says, “I was raised in a household where we were very frugal.”
- Tim Hasselbeck – ESPN analyst and former NFL quarterback Tim Hasselbeck knows that real men save money. Tim’s wife, and co-host of The View, Elisabeth Hasselbeck proudly admits that she “married a coupon guy,” and is thankful for that.
- Caroline Channing – Former rich girl, and one of CBS’s 2 Broke Girls, Caroline Channing went from coupon snob to coupon convert in a recent episode. But she’s still not sure, is the money-saving word pronounced “COO-pon” or “CUE-pon?”
- Nicole Scherzinger – The ex-X Factor judge and lead Pussycat Doll isn’t afraid to cop to the occasional splurge but says she makes up for them by always hunting for the best bargains at the grocery store.
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† Nielsen, October 2011