There are so many places to find coupons………………………….
Coupons you can print from the Internet on your printer at home and then take to the store. Some of our favorite coupons printing places are; coupons.com, smartsource and redplum! Check out our list of sites to print coupons!
You can find insert coupons in your Sunday paper. Look for coupons for Procter & Gamble, SmartSource, and RedPlum! Check out our coupon preview each week to find out which coupons are coming in the Sunday paper.
Magazines are a great resource for coupons. Many home or family magazines have coupons tucked away inside. The Magazine that packs the most coupons is the All You magazine.
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You can sign-up to receive coupons in your mail box. We keep an eye out on the web and try to let you know when we find them. When you sign up for free samples in the mail you will often get coupons for the product too! Here is a sampling of freebie and couponsI have received in the mail.
In the Product:
Make sure you look inside your favorite products for additional coupons. This coupon was found inside a muffin box. I have also found them in cereal, oatmeal, pie and many more.
Tear Pads: Vendors put tear pad coupons out by products they are trying to sell.
Catalina Coupons- Click for detailed info- basically it’s a printable coupon that is handed to you with your receipt at the store. Buying certain products will trigger it to print.
Peelies– peel off coupons found on products stuck on like stickers.
Blinkies-found in the aisle at the store spitting out of the blinking black box. The box usually has a red blinking light on it. Thus the name blinkies!
In-Ad Coupons-These coupons can be found in your stores ad and can be combined with manufacturers coupons, for even more savings.
Can you think of any that I missed?