Where to find coupons on-line!
At this point everyone knows about coupons.com, THE source to get all your printable coupons. But did you know there are many others?
Here’s a quick round-up on where to find printable coupons. (Click on the pictures or items in red for the direct links)
Coupon printing Sites
Some of these coupons are the same ones you will find in your Sunday’s inserts. There are also coupons her that you won’t find in the newspaper and there will be different values.
Just like SmartSource.com, some of these coupons are the same ones you will find in your Sunday’s inserts. There are also coupons her that you won’t find in the newspaper and there will be different values.
This website is great for organic coupons.
This is another website is great for organic coupons.
Other coupon sites:
Sometimes you can find exclusive coupons directly on manufacturer’s websites. Here are some that constantly have coupons that are available for you to print:
If you join Kellogg’s Family Rewards you can earn points for every Kellogg’s and Keebler purchases you make. You can redeem your rewards for high value coupons. You don’t need to submit receipts. All you need to do is link your store cards to receive points. In addition these coupons you use your rewards for, you can also get coupons even if you don’t have any points.
Pillsbury.com and quericavida.com – A lot of the coupons are the same as you can find on coupons.com, but they do have some limited, high-value prints you can only get here. New coupons come out on Thursday’s. (note: if you have printed the coupons here thru any other link on your computer, you cannot print them again from the same computer)
These are Proctor & Gamble coupons. Some of these coupons will be the same as you will get in your monthly insert but there will be different coupons and different amounts. All P&G coupons have a limit of 1 or 2 like coupons per household per day.
Other Manufacturer sites:
Some stores have coupons on their website. Look at CVS.com, Rite Aid, Wal-mart.com, Walgreens.com and Target.com. (Note: many of these coupons are from coupons.com and if you printed them thru that site, you won’t be able to print them here. ) You should visit these sites often however as they all offer store coupons that can be combined with manufacturer’s coupons. (You cannot stack these coupons at Rite Aid and Walgreens)
Make sure to check social media pages as well for your favorite brands…
Writing to Companies
You can always write to your favorite company and tell them how much you love their product and a lot will send you coupons. Look at the list we compiled HERE.
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