Printing Grocery Coupons?

Is there any place we can go on the web to print grocery coupons without having to do a download to our computers? These downloads cause computer problems. Help please!


By Carol B. from Waynesboro, GA

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January 16, 20140 found this helpful

I'd like to know the same thing! I used to have CouponPrinter on my computer. Then they
"upgraded" it about 2 years ago, and I have never been able to make it work since then. It goes in circles telling me I have to install it, but when I do, it still doesn't print coupons, even though it says the installation went ok. It's infuriating. I don't like having to install some outside program in order to get coupons.


I installed the program from SmartSource and printed coupons from them for a while. I found I didn't use most of them, since they're mostly for overpriced national brands from 2-3 major conglomerates.

Occasionally, a company makes coupons available directly at their own website. Sometimes it's a pdf file that you can print. They might allow you to print it more than once, too.

I found I can call certain companies and they will mail me a few coupons. Depending on the company, you can request coupons once a month to once every 3 months.

The coupons in the Sunday newspaper inserts are also mostly for the same overpriced, prepackaged products from the same 3-4 conglomerates. I buy mostly store brands these days, and I'm not missing out on anything. If a national brand is on sale, and a doubled coupon makes it cheaper than the store brand, then I'll buy it. I shop at stores that double coupons 99 cents and below, and one store that will even double a $1 coupon - with caution, as their prices are higher to begin with. All I had to do was sign up for the stores' loyalty cards.


All together, I find I'm using fewer coupons these days. The store that I use the most offers 5 percent off the entire order for senior citizens (55 and up) on Mondays, so I do my major shopping there. It also has a website that let's me load some national brand and store brand coupons right to my loyalty card. It also runs many other promotions during the year, where accumulated points result in coupons for several dollars off an order after a few weeks. Sometimes, buying certain combinations of items results in a coupon for a dollar or two off my next order. These deals save me more money than regular coupons.

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