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Extreme Couponing 101 – Where to Find Coupons

Extreme Couponing 101

Where to Find Coupons

 

There are many ways to get coupons and several of them are free!  Remember as a couponer, you’ll want to get between 4-6 copies of your favorite coupons.  this is so when you head to the store to get FREE toothpaste, you’ll be able to get 4-6 tubes instead of 1.

 

Sunday Paper

Tucked neatly inside each Sunday paper are “Coupon Inserts” which will contain Smart Source (SS), Red Plum (RP) or Proctor & Gamble (PG).  Before you order a subscription to your paper ask them two questions- Do they offer a Sunday or weekly only subscriptions?  and Do they offer a discount if you buy multiple copies of Sunday’s paper?  Remember, it’s a huge benefit to have multiple copies of coupons!Coupons

 

Other stockpiling Sunday paper options:

  • Pick them up at the dollar store for an even $1.
  • Ask local coffee shops if you have have theirs (maybe offer to recycle papers for them as a trade).
  • Have friends and family save them for you.  Most people won’t mind helping out.
  • Go to recycling centers and get them (before to ask the attendant if this is allowed before you start “dumpster diving”).
  • Get to know the newspaper carriers, they may be willing to give you inserts from papers that they don’t sell, also ask the convenience store clerks too…the store only has to turn in the top portion of the first page of the paper for credit.
  • See if your work subscribes to a Sunday paper and ask if you can have the insert.

Embracing Beauty Coupon Databases

Grocery Coupon Database

Retail Coupon Database

 

Printable Coupons

Coupons.com

SmartSource.com

RedPlum.com

CouponNetwork.com

 

eCoupons

These are coupons that you can load directly onto your store card.

shortcuts.com
cellfire.com
pgesaver.com
upromise.com

 

Organic Coupons

Some of these will be mailed, some printed, and some loaded to your store card.

Kashi

Muir Glen

Earth’s Best

Organic Valley

Knudsen Juice

Simply Organic

Mambo Sprouts

Cascadian Farm

Delicious Living

Horizon Organic

Applegate Farms

Brown Cow Farm

Barbara’s Bakery

Stonyfield Farms

Earthbound Farm

Dreamfields Pasta

Seventh Generation

Morning Star Farms

Back to Nature Foods

Newman’s Own Organic

 

All You Magazine

$100+ worth of coupons each month, plus frugal articles, recipes & more!  Sold at Walmart or you can click here to buy All You at a discount!

 

Blinkies

The little machines in the grocery isle with a red blinking light that hands out coupons.

 

Catalina Coupons

You know those extra strips of paper you get with each receipt? Those are Catalina Coupons and can be very valuable.

 

Peelies

Found sticking to the product itself.

 

Grocery Store Websites

More and more grocery websites are offering printable and downloadable coupons directly from their site.

 

View other lessons in this Extreme Couponing series:

Lesson 1:  Change the Way You Shop & Coupon Vocabulary

Lesson 2:  10 Coupon Myths Debunked

Lesson 3:  Where to Find Coupons

Lesson 4: Get Organized

Lesson 5: Creating Your Price-List

Lesson 6: How to Maximize Coupon Savings



 

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Comments

  1. Rather than throwing out expired coupons you can send them to service members who are stationed overseas. My daughter is in the USAF in England, they can use expired coupons up to 6 months after the expiration date. Just a thought

  2. Ihaveahippyname says:

    I want to coupon because I literally only have 10 dollars each month left over for food, but it’s confusing to me where you can use what coupon and how every store has different policies like some have the no coupon if it already is a store sale item.

  3. Thanks for sharing this information, the organic coupons from Simply Organic will work for us. Thanks

  4. Christopher Marry says:

    Thanks for the great list of coupon sites but you have missed my favorite site which has free online coupon codes for more than 20,000 online merchants which is located here http://www.CouponRefund.com. I have bookmarked your site and will visit next time also.

  5. Check this: http://www.goofypanda.com for coupons!

  6. CouponGod says:

    WOW what a great list! I would check out http://www.freepopularcoupons.com for a variety of great coupons, deals, and discounts!!

  7. Download PerksConnect for your smartphone. I’ve saved so much money because you get a discount almost everywhere!

  8. Jessicka717 says:

    the website is called troopons

  9. Try retailmenot, savings.com, bradsdeals and mefindcoupon.com. These sites test their codes and don’t display non working codes.

  10. Hey guys, I really don’t know where all of you are from but I always have sunday inserts (coupons). Just email me at kennythienle85@gmail.com if you’re interested

  11. You have shared a great list of sources/websites to get coupons. Before reading this post I was only familiar with Wativ.com and Couponcabin.com

  12. JohnCarter says:

    Good coupons found on http://www.goldencoupons.net

  13. Those are some great suggestions. 🙂 So far the only place I have been getting valid coupons from is:
    http://vinslookbook.com/discounts-and-deals/

  14. Clay Morgan says:

    You can also get coupons sent directly to your Chrome browser using Coupon Express: http://getexpress.co/2

  15. Try Ibotta for great discounts on your groceries you already buy. Its FREE and you get CASH ! No points, no nonsense here. It’s so easy! I love it!

  16. Shelby roberts says:

    I want to start couponing i watched extreme coupons every day so i can learn how to do it but i dont know how to get coupons or start coupon i need help

  17. If you’re working on spending less on your grocery bill, a weekly menu plan and coordinating shopping list is a great place to start. Just doing those two things alone can help you to cut your grocery spending in a big way. If you want to save even more money on your grocery budget, using coupons on the things you normally buy is a smart way to do just that.
    If you’ve ever watched those extreme coupon shows, you know that done right, using coupons for groceries can get your grocery bill down so low it’s ridiculous. I watched one woman on Extreme Couponing walk out of a grocery store with $257 in groceries for one penny!
    But even if you don’t want to go extreme, you can still save bundles of cash by using coupons on things you already purchase. At couppin.com you can find the coupons that will help you save extra cash on both grocery and personal items.

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