There are tons of locations to find coupons. You just have to know where to look. If you are just starting out in the couponing world, or you are an expert this list might come in handy. Never throw your coupons away! Unless of course they are expired. Coupons are money!! I can’t stress that enough. You can cut your shopping bills by at least 50%. That’s a HUGE savings. So I decided to make a list to show you where to find these awesome money savers.
1. The Sunday paper
You can find a Sunday paper at most local stores or you can get a subscription. Inside the Sunday paper there will usually be 3 types of inserts which include Smart Source, Red Plum and Proctor & Gamble. Sometimes you will see these abbreviated as (SS), (RP) and (PG) in coupon talk. If you choose to subscription try and get in good with the person delivering it. You just might be able to get a few extra copies of the inserts. Other awesome places to find coupon inserts are at recycling plants, neighbors and from family members. Remember coupons are cash!
With all of the smartphone technology couponing is getting easier. There are a ton of apps that will send coupons right to your phone. Just search coupons in your app store and read the reviews carefully. Also, some grocery stores allow you to load coupons onto your store savings card. Go to your local store’s website to find out.
3. Printable coupons
There are tons of websites that offer printable coupons. Not all of them are credible, so you have to be careful. Many sites have been caught for making fake coupons. Here are my favorite:
4. Catalina Coupons
At most grocery stores catalina coupons print out with your receipt. They are usually those extra pieces of paper that prints out after the receipt. Keep those! You don’t have to use them at the store where you got them. Those are considered manufacturer coupons. Use them wherever that item is on sale. Cool huh?
These aren’t as popular as they used to be. Blinkies are the little boxes hanging in the grocery store that spits out coupons for a certain item. Some stores still have them, but not many.
Peelies are coupons found stuck to the items themselves. You have to look carefully to find these, but they are everywhere. You can usual save a nice chunk of change with these coupons. Be on the lookout!
7. Reward Programs
Sign up for all reward programs to your favorite places. They will send you tons of coupons and often times FREE stuff. Score!
So now that you know where to find coupons get going! Every coupon that you use is MORE money in your pocket.
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