TULSA, Oklahoma -- When couponers go to the "extreme," it certainly makes for interesting TV.
Extreme couponing involves shopping for huge quantities of groceries and paying just pennies on the dollar. Critics say extreme couponing is an act of supreme selfishness, while supporters say it's all about cutting the grocery bill and saving money.
Some extreme couponers have accumulated enough groceries to last them for months or even a year. Is it stockpiling, or is it hoarding?
Our couponing expert, Money Saving Queen Sarah Roe, shared her opinion of the show on Six in the Morning.
Do you have questions about extreme couponing?
Sarah will be taking part in a special live chat at noon on Thursday, April 7, 2011 to answer your questions about extreme couponing.