Reliable coupon websites can be a good way to find deals and save money. This guide is about finding the best coupon websites.
Were do you find all the coupons? What sites do you know of that are legit?
By Joanna from Texarkana, TX
RedPlum.com and Smartsource.com are good ones. Also try coupons.com. All of these are the real thing. In fact, redplum and smartsource are where many of the coupons in the Sunday newspapers come from.
Coupon mom. She has a good system using coupons you can print, sunday paper coupons and using the sale ciruculars. Print out the instruction manuals and read closely.
I use thecouponclippers.com, they have tons of coupons.
What are some money saving/coupon websites out here?
By Karen from Minneapolis, MN
That should keep you busy. :)
If you are wanting to buy something, this is a good site to sign up with for price changes: Bountii
What are the best websites for manufacturer's grocery coupons?
Marty from Michigan
Try couponmom.com, click on the link to free coupons.
Most all brand name companies have websites, just add a "www." in the front of the company name, with adding a ".com" on the end, with no spaces will bring up millions of websites. For posting them on here, I have to add the http:// you'll see on most on here to get them to highlight so you can click on (Ex.: http://www.generalmills.com) and go to immediately from this site, but to just 'go to' from your home computer just go by the instructions I gave at the top of my tip. Either way will get you to a site. Happy Surfin' and good luck with your coupon searchin'.
My favorite place is upromise.com you click on the coupons and whenever you go to a participating store they are automatically deducted. In addition they deposit money in my daughters college savings account. You have to sign up, but there is no cost.
Does anyone know where I can get coupons on paper plates and pet products? I did a Google search and haven't been able to find any on the coupon sites. Thanks
By Betty from Lubbock, TX
Go to-ppgazette (penny pincher gazette). I use yahoo, good luck.
There are many coupon databases around to easily check where to find coupons for a certain product.
I usually use the one at a Full Cup but you need to register first to use it.
You can filter the results if you are looking for newspaper coupons or internet printable etc.
Another way to to look up the websites of the brand names you use often and see if they have printable coupons there or if there is a newsletter/email sign up which most often will have coupons or special offers available. You can also call the toll free phone numbers of companies and request coupons. Some have limits on how often you can do this.
Or try the coupon trading section right here at ThriftyFun and trade for the ones you need:
I have never done it but you can also buy coupons on eBay or a coupon clipping service. One of the more popular trusted sites for that is: http://www.thecouponclippers.com/
If you click on the CONTACT button next to my name and leave me your mailing address I will send you my pet coupons and paper plate coupons (I think there was one in last weekend's paper?) as I don't use either of those types.
As for paper plates unless you are picky on the brand most often the generic or store brands are cheaper than a name brand with a coupon (at least in my neck of the woods). A dollar store would also be cheaper perhaps.
Try ebay. I get 20-$5.00 off hair color for $1.50 from sellers on ebay. So basically, I pay half price for my hair color. A friend of mine and I split the coupons.
Here is a current sample offer for coupons....check it out.