Places To Find Coupons
Where to Find Coupons
Newspaper inserts are one of the main sources for coupons. They include Smartsource, Red Plum and Procter & Gamble. You can find them tucked in the middle of most Sunday newspapers alongside other weekly ads. You can now print coupons from your own home computer. You can find them on Coupons.com, Smartsource or Red Plum. You can also search this coupon database for other coupons that are not offered by these major coupon providers. You can also find coupons inside the store. They may be available in coupon dispensers throughout the store. These are usually manufacturer coupons that can be used at any store. You can always check the Sunday Coupon Preview to see what coupons are coming up!
Coupons can also be found in the store attached to the product itself. These may be both manufacturer or store coupons. In-store displays are also a great source of coupons. You may find booklets or tear pads with valuable coupon savings inside.
You have probably noticed that after you checkout at the store, the cashier may hand you coupons that printed with your receipt. These are called Catalina coupons, and may either be manufacturer or store coupons. I like these types of coupons a lot, because they are sometimes customized, based on your personal shopping history.
www.kroger.com (you can print them or upload them to your kroger card)
www.meijer.com ( you can upload them using their version of meijer coupons called mperks)
Friends, Families, Co-Workers
Go to the manufactures website- sign up to receive coupons AND find their facebook page and “like” it. A lot of companies use facebook to draw more people to their products.
You can also read how to find the best printable coupons:
Entertainment/restaurants/retail coupons we post quite often, but also checking out sites like:
Check out the post we have HERE-- it’s updated frequently!
Prescription coupons- this also has non-prescription coupons as well: