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How to get more coupons

by Nicole on March 21, 2009

There are many places where you can get coupons every day! This post is a compilation of all the places I regularly go to get my coupons.

Sunday coupon inserts:
The one we all know about is the Sunday newspaper insert. You can have more than one delivered to home and can usually receive a discount on the additional copies. Ask your neighbors, friends and co-workers to give you their inserts if you haven’t made them coupon believers yet!

Coupons that come with FREE samples:
Most FREE samples that you sign up for will come with at least one (1) coupon for the product you are sampling. Many of these are high-value coupons! I love my FREE sample but I love the coupons the come with them, too!

Coupons in home mailers:
In-home mailers are often chock-full of great coupons!

1. Eat Better America

2. Betty Crocker booklet with $10 in coupons

3. Pillsbury booklet with $10 in coupons

Printing coupons online
There are many online printables sites where you can get additional coupons. Most of these sites allow you to use the “back” button on your browser to print 2 copies of each coupon. Remember to check your store’s policy on Internet printable coupons as not every store accepts them.

1. – use the blue widget on my right sidebar to scroll through and print the coupons. Right now there are some very high value coupons on there. These are not available very long so if you see something that you like print it right then! Sometimes coupons that are no longer available will be re-set and you’ll get some more prints of them. Usually, you can use the “back” button on your browser to be able to print 2 copies of each coupon.

2. Smartsource – You can print these Smartsource coupons up to 2 times each.

3. Couponbug – You can print these Couponbug coupons up to 2 times each.

4. Red Plum – You can print these Red Plum coupons up to 2 times each.

5. Boodle – You can print these Boodle coupons up to 2 times each.

No-clip coupons:
There are several ways to save money at the store without clipping any coupons.

1. CellFire, P&G EasySaver and Shortcuts – these online coupon sites “load” the coupons you choose each month onto your store loyalty card. Not all stores use these sites so check the site to seeif your favorite store accepts them!

2. Upromise e-coupons – check this post for the many reasons U-Promise can help you save money and sign-up! Each month you can load the coupons onto your store loyalty cards at stores such as CVS, Meijer, Kroger, etc. and save money without clipping coupons!

Store coupon printables:
Many stores have their own printable coupon sites. Check your store’s site if it’s not listed here.

1. Target printable coupon generator hosted by Hot Coupon World

2. Walgreens coupons

3. Albertson’s coupons

4. Safeway coupons

Ordering paper coupons online to be mailed to your home:
You can order coupons online from ebay or from Coupon Clippers or Cents-Off which are both services where you place specific orders of the coupons you want/need, pay a nominal fee for the coupons and receive them within days of your order.

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{ 4 comments… read them below or add one }

1 SavvyGirl March 21, 2009 at 9:13 pm

Thank you for stopping by SavvyGirl & Company — I love your site. Very nice and well done. Talk to you soon.

2 Julie Vander Pol - Remembered Moments March 21, 2009 at 9:24 pm

more of a question then a comment :-) I LOVE to use coupons and am always looking for great deals but what about those of us that live, well, in the middle of nowhere? There is no 'sunday paper inserts' because there is no paper on Sunday (or *gasp* no paper at all!>. I do have the larger chains (WM, target, etc.) but they are 1.5 hours away so it usually does not save me money to drive that far to save 1.00 :-)

I know there are other people in my situation (or 'worse' where there are no 'chain' stores for several hours).

I try to find manufacturers coupons that I can use at my local little mom and pop store but other then that what are some ways to save big in a small town??

I challenge you to help us small town folks out :-) or direct me (and the other small town folks) to some great resources of any kind (blogs, informational articles, coupons, whatever!)


3 Nicole @ Nicole's Nickels March 22, 2009 at 4:58 am

Hi Julie: I remembered reading a series of posts on another blog about this very topic so I searched and found and – I hope these help you!

4 Julie Vander Pol - Remembered Moments March 22, 2009 at 7:38 am


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