Finding Coupons

There are so many ways to find coupons these days, it truly is amazing.

Sunday newspaper inserts- some of the best coupons can be found here. Different coupon inserts you might find are:

  • Smart Source (SS)
  • Red Plum (RP)
  • Proctor & Gamble (PG)
  • General Mills (GM)

How to get them:

  • Subscribe- some people even get multiple subscriptions which you can usually get a discount for
  • Buy them at the store
  • Ask friends, family or co-workers to save them for you
  • Check recycling bins- it is amazing how many people just throw them away
  • Make a deal with a local business- some businesses just count up their unsold papers and then toss them & some businesses may let you put up a recycling bin or box for papers if you agree to recycle it for them
  • Purchase them- there are coupon clipping companies out there who give them away so long as you pay for their time to clip them and postage. Some good places are:


The Coupon Clippers


And you can always check eBay too.

Internet Printable- it is okay to print in black and white. Most stores will accept them.

Where to find them:

  • Get free printable coupons now from– you can usually print 2 of each coupon and new ones are added all the time. I always check for coupons here before I head to the grocery store.
  •– you can usually print 2 of each coupon and new ones are added all the time
  •– you can usually print 2 of each coupon and new ones are added all the time
  • Manufacturer websites- many manufacturer’s put coupons on there website every now and then
  • By email- One of the best things to do is to sign up at the manufacturer’s website for all your most used items. They just love to send out coupons to remind of their products and to introduce new ones.

Blinkies- those neat little machines you usually find at the grocery store that print out one coupon at a time, and make you wait a bit if you want more than the one.

Peelies & Hang-tags- displayed on the packaging of products. Most people don’t take them off to hand to the cashier when purchasing the items.

Inside Product Packaging- Sometimes when you buy something and open up the box or package there will be a coupon or so inside. It’s like an extra little bonus.

Free Samples-Many of the free samples I receive in the mail come with some great coupons. Sometimes the coupons are so good that you are able to obtain free products with them.


How do you get your coupons?