How does she do that? I wish I could get deals like that. Man, I wish I could save money.
Hey guys, guess what? YOU CAN! Couponing will save you lots of cash but you do have to do a bit of work. I have done the work by providing the easiest ways to get the best deal on sale items in the Weekly Coupon Matchups for all big retailers.
But let’s say you really need an item that is not on sale at BJ’s or Target. You want to save money on it but where do you start? You’ve been following the coupon matchups and now feel like a lost puppy.
No Fear. You will learn all the best spots to print and gather coupons without wasting a lot of time.
ONLINE PRINTABLE COUPONS
- Coupons.com– is by far the best spot for printing coupons. They update daily and have hundreds of dollars worth to print. It’s also super easy to use. You can search by categories right at the top.
- Hopster.com- This is up on the list because the coupons are rare- ones you don’t see all the time over and over and most of them are on all natural/organic items.
CHECK OUT MY LIST OF 101 WEBSITES TO PRINT FREE COUPONS FROM!
You can check out a preview each week for what inserts you may be receiving in the paper to see if it’s worth grabbing one or even a few extras.
Kellogg’s Family Rewards is a great way to earn points on Kellogg’s products you buy and in return cash in those points for coupons. My Tops bonus card is linked to my KFR account so when I buy items at Tops they automatically credit in my KFR account. Easy!
It’s the way of today to have e-coupons now. There are some great apps that offer savings each week on new items. These are coupons that we can redeem their our phones, desktop computers, tablets etc. I have done a list of the best apps to save money here.
I share a lot of free magazine subscriptions and in those, you will still find coupons. Parents, Family Circle, and Better Homes and Gardens are the ones that have packets of coupons every couple months in them.
- Check out the latest FREE Magazines Here.
These little guys are something to keep your eyes open for. Here in Batavia, I really only find them at Tops and Walmart. Grab a few and not too many as to leave some for fellow shoppers. Most of the time you will hold on to this coupon to match with a sale. Of course, if there is a sale on that current item use it right away!
You have probably come across an offer online to try something for free and passed it up for numerous reasons. Well, think again before clicking no thanks. Almost always samples come with a high-value coupon for the product with much longer expiration dates! If you worried about your e-mail cluttering up with promos, create a separate email account just for your couponing! Check out all my free stuff posted on the site here.
WEEKLY GROCERY STORE AD, or IN AD
Tops Bonusplus program allows you to add coupons directly to your card here. Then you just purchase item swipe your Bonus card and the coupon is automatically deducted!
Keep an eye out in the weekly flyers for in-store coupons. Rite Aid and CVS, Target all offer in-store coupons frequently in the weekly sales flyer.
Target has their store coupons on their website to print here and they also have manufacturer’s coupons on their site.
THE BRAND’S WEBSITE
When I first started this site before I got access to lots of coupons I was googling and always checking the website of the actual brand and using the search bar and typed in a coupon. You will be surprised how many companies have a coupon on their site that isn’t linked to one of the bigger printable coupon companies.
This database is updated daily with coupons found online and in the newspaper including BJs Member savings booklet coupons. Remember that this database is being updated by REAL people! This is a great way to find a coupon for a product you need without searching all over the internet. If a coupon you want isn’t in the database try the brand’s website like mentioned above.
That’s it! What tips do you have for finding coupons?