Do you shop with coupons? With the cost of living so high these days, using coupons at the checkout can save you lots of money! There are several places to find coupons…some maybe some you didn’t know about!
I hope you’ll save lots of money from these sources!
1. Sunday Newspaper
This is the most known source of coupons. The newspaper will usually have 1-4 inserts a week: Smartsource, Redplum, Proctor & Gamble and Unilever. They will vary by region. By subscribing to the local newspaper, you can get coupons sent directly to you each week. If your newspaper office is close to you, you can go there and ask for extra copies of the Sunday paper. Sometimes the day after the newspaper is issued they may have copies of the paper left over and just might give them to you at no cost!
Other places to find the Sunday newspaper with coupons:
– Coffee shops: Be sure to catch the newspaper copies put out early in the morning.
– Friends and Family: If they don’t use coupons, I’m sure they are willing to help you save money.
– Convenience Stores: Ask the clerks if you can have the coupons out of the newspapers that don’t sell.
– Recycling Centers: Ask the attendant if you can go through the newspapers to find unwanted coupons.
2. Internet Printable Food Coupons
These are coupons you can print directly from the internet to your printer. Be sure to visit the Coupons page here on Urban Girl Bakes, under Coupons at the top of this page. You can select which coupons you want to print!
Brand Specific Printable Coupons:
Kellogg’s: You can save lots of money using these coupons on Kellogg’s website.
Betty Crocker: Printable coupons for at $100+ worth of coupons.
Pillsbury: Printable coupons for at $100+ worth of coupons.
3. Store Specific Coupons
You can also print coupons from these store chains:
Target: You can print these from the internet and use in store.
Rite Aid: You can print these from the internet and use in store.
Walgreens: You can select which coupons to print to your Rewards Card, then use them at the Walgreens store.
CVS: Print CVS coupons at the in-store kiosk with your CVS Extra Care card.
These are the little coupon printing machines on store shelves in front of the product it applies to. When you see these and it prints one out, grab it because you can use it anytime and not just at that store.
5. Peelable Coupons
These are the coupons you peel off the product. Many times you can peel these off and use them when you buy the product there at the store. Some you can use another day, even at another store.
All You Magazine: They have some coupons on their site. $100+ worth of coupons in their magazine sold in stores.
Better Homes and Gardens
7. Manufacturer’s Toll Free Phone Numbers, Websites and Email
Try calling, visiting the manufacturer’s website or e-mailing the company directly. Some manufacturers have coupons on their websites you can print. Many will send coupons just because you asked. This is an especially good technique for high cost organic items and gluten free products that rarely offer coupons in the newspaper.
8. Product Packages
I have lots of coupons on the inside and outside of packages. Before you through the package away, look in the package for any hidden coupons.
9. Register Coupons
Register coupons are those coupons that come out of the coupon machine at the register. They are offered through the Catalina Marketing Company.
10. In-store coupons and rebates
Many stores have coupons right in their stores. Sometimes they will include them in their store ad.
Extra Coupons: Retail and Online Store Coupons
Coupon Refund: Coupon Codes for 20,000+ online merchants.
Groupon Coupons: 1,000’s of coupons for your favorite brands, from your favorite stores.
Retail Me Not: 500,000 coupons for 50,000 stores.
Brad’s Deals: Offers coupons and money saving deals for products and services.
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