Where Do I Find Coupons? (Ms. Couponista Newbie Tip)

Where Do You Find Coupons?

  • Newspapers – You can find Smart Source and Red Plum coupon inserts in most major weekend major newspapers. Procter & Gamble also includes a coupon insert around the start of each month. Check out the Sunday Insert Preview for the schedule. Consider subscribing to the paper to save over the newsstand price and ask your friends for their inserts.
  • Printable Coupons – You can print coupons directly at Ms. Couponista Each source has different coupons: Coupons.com, Hopster, Red Plum and Smart Source.
  • Coupon Database – Use the coupon database on Ms. Couponista to search for a specific coupon.
  • Clipping Services – A coupon clipping service is a business that offers newspaper insert coupons to customers. Learn more: What is a Coupon Clipping Service? You can also find coupons on E-Bay.

  • Mobile & eCoupons – Don’t like printing and clipping? Put technology to work and load eCoupons at SavingStar and Cellfire. Sign-up for monthly Target Mobile Coupons online or text OFFERS to 827438. Click here to register for Walgreens mobile coupons.
  • Coupon Codes – These are the codes that you enter when online shopping in order to get a discount on your purchases. You can find coupon code on our Coupons.com page under the “Coupon Code” tab or search on the Internet.
  • Magazines Woman’s Day, Better Homes and Gardens, Red Book, Family Circle and Good Housekeeping frequently include manufacturer coupons.
  • Inside the Store – Keep your eye open for savings when you are at the store. Stop by customer service and ask for coupons or promotional magazines. Look for coupons on the shelves, displays, on products and on your receipts. Some stores have Catalina coupons from a small box next to the register; your cashier will hand them to you.
  • In the Mail – Wait! Don’t toss out that junk mail, it may have some high-value coupons. Request free samples, they often come with coupons. Find local savings in Penny Savers and Valpak.
  • Manufacturer’s Websites & Facebook Pages – Check manufacturer’s website for printable coupons. Join their mailing list or contact the company by mail, e-mail or phone to request coupons.
  • Store Programs – Register for your store’s frequent shopper card and make sure you provide them with your mailing and e-mail addresses, also give them your  mobile number – make it easy for them to share savings with you. Some stores even have mobile apps with coupons to load to your store card.
  • Product Packaging – Take a look at the product packaging. You may find coupons on the outside, on the back, or inside the package.

About Ms. Couponista
Ms. Couponista strategically uses coupons to reduce her grocery bill by 60-90% and helps others do the same. She researches the best deals on everything from cheap eats to travel discounts. Ms. Couponista appeared on TLC's 'Extreme Couponing', 'The Price is Right' game show and several local news and radio programs.

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