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Jordon Cox

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Subject Matter Expert On:

  • Entrepreneurship
  • Financial Independence
  • Intentional Living
  • Everyday Courage
  • Budgeting
  • Frugality

Regions of Travel:

  • North America
  • Worldwide

Available For:

  • Workshop
  • Moderator
  • Media Interviews
  • Keynote address
  • Panelist
  • Podcast Interview

Travels From:

London, UK

About Jordon

Jordon Cox made a name for himself at 15 years old by learning how to coupon and save money on his mom’s grocery shopping after his parent’s divorce. Within a few months of learning the craft, Jordon saved nearly $1,000 and got his Christmas meal for the family for a dime.

Realising his new skills, Jordon starting blogging and teaching people how to do the same on a Facebook page dedicated to couponing, which quickly gained traction. Before long, he started appearing on national TV broadcasts and writing for newspapers about couponing and how to avoid paying full price.

His crowning achievement of his career was getting close to $1,000 worth of groceries for just a nickel, as part of a huge food haul to donate to a homeless shelter for the holidays. 40 families with over 150 people ate a hearty family meal that Christmas, and it was all thanks to couponing.

Now age 22, he is a regular contributor to TV, radio and print media discussing coupons and the best deals, and has been branded ‘The Coupon Kid’, who does this for his full-time job. He regularly travels around the world to give talks on how to save money, and how to create a brand at such a young age.

He regularly writes for the top UK money websites and has attracted millions of views in his career. After exposing some of the supermarket’s crafty secrets to get consumers to spend money in one article, it prompted nearly every supermarket chain in the country to drop their prices and stop tricking consumers – a change which likely resulted in millions of dollars back in the pocket of the public.

Always frugal with money, once Jordon started working, he would very rarely spend it, meaning in the 4 years he’s been working (on an average salary), he saved up over $50,000 by age 22. He says “It’s only impossible for young people to save money if you think it is. It’s all about your approach to money, not how much you earn.”

Jordon is no stranger to challenges too. For the whole of 2018, he was fighting for his life against a gruelling disease, which left him hospitalised for 120 days and unable to eat for 6 months. Instead of getting upset and depressed, he used it as a driving force, and picked up his laptop and continued to work from dawn until dusk. Within a few months, he had made more money than on the outside, and even finished off his first book, which he published and became an Amazon best seller from his hospital bed.

Money is Jordon’s thing. Whether it’s spending it, making it or saving it, Jordon’s mission is to make sure everyone has the knowledge they need to put them on the right track.

Prepared Talks & Workshops:

  • How I saved $50,000 and you can too
  • How to become an Extreme Couponer
  • Overcoming the odds – from poor health to wealth