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To save money on sales ads and circulars, go to It has all the circulars and ads for any store in the US, department, clothing, food, etc. You can check items as you go (in the food store ads anyway) and print out a shopping list. No unnecessary paper to get rid of, saving $.

Source: My daughter, years ago.

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By Rebecca 1 12 02/19/2010

Doesn't do any good here in SW MO. Very few stores will accept computer generated coupons.

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By Kerry Browning 2 165 02/21/2010

I looked at the site. It is helpful to me because I get the local newspaper online and it doesn't upload the weekly sales flyers. I miss that. Office Max site even virtually turned the pages as you browsed. Thanks for posting the link.

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By Marcie 6 220 02/22/2010

I read this tip all the time, but no one ever answers my question. How can you save money with a coupon that you have to print yourself, paying for the ink, paper and power. Especially if the coupon is $1.00 or less. Doesn't add up to me.

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Archive: Sunday Paper Coupons Online

Does anyone have the website for finding the coupons from the Sunday paper? I would like it if it also matches up with the stores that have the items on sale. I have the one with the coupons only.

Kim from Howell, NJ

RE: Sunday Paper Coupons Online

Did you try They should have more informatiion. (01/10/2007)

By Marta

RE: Sunday Paper Coupons Online (01/12/2007)


RE: Sunday Paper Coupons Online (02/07/2007)

By Mrs. Marshall

RE: Sunday Paper Coupons Online has a nice search option that I've been using for awhile now. (07/20/2008)

By Aron

RE: Sunday Paper Coupons Online

Try, you don"t have to register and you can just print out the coupons you intend to use: (09/03/2008)

By Guest Post

RE: Sunday Paper Coupons Online is mainly used to help you find coupons that come in your Sunday paper. "Clipping" coupons on the site is just a way to keep track of coupons you have already clipped out of your paper. On the other hand, if you see "Print" next to the coupon, that coupon can be printed out on your printer. (11/12/2008)

By Aron

Archive: Sunday Paper Coupons Online

I don't get the Sunday paper. Can I get the $4 Gillette razor coupon online? I tried, but was unsuccessful. It is a P and G brand saver coupon. Is there a site to find coupons from the Sunday's paper? I tried, cool savings and smart source. Thank you.


By Karen from Boston, MA

RE: Sunday Paper Coupons Online

Although this link also has coupons and bargains for the area of Fairhope they also have nationwide Sunday coupons. You should check the entire site out! I've saved oodles of money because of their site in the three months I've visited there :-)

Here is Proctor and Gambles sample and coupon link: The other thing I do is ask my local newspaper for a better deal than the regular subscription rate each time the subscription is up for renewal. The deal they're giving me this time is $1.00 a week for 12 weeks and the normal price is $1.50 a week. Not only do I get lots of those usable coupons you're talking about but also fliers showing sales and coupons for Walgreens, Rite Aid and other local stores. Even if I didn't get a newspaper 'deal' the savings are way, way more than I pay for the subscription, I don't have to drive to each store for their fliers (wasting gas) but also can read up on the local news for the week, read Parade Magazine, funnies, etc over a morning cup of coffee and also get the TV guide ;-) (12/27/2009)

By Deeli

RE: Sunday Paper Coupons Online

You might contact your local public library and ask what they do with the coupons from the Sunday papers. They might be willing to share. (12/28/2009)

By Jilson