Printing Coupons?

Where is the easiest place to print online grocery and miscellaneous coupons without all the hassle of downloading too much. I have downloaded some sites and still nothing prints and its not my printer. Please help.

By Maria

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September 29, 20090 found this helpful

This site below has all the big 3 coupon sites for printing all at one location.

All the coupon printing sites and even the coupons you get from the various manufacturer's websites now use a coupon printer of some kind that you need to download before you print coupons because there was so much fraud in the early days of online coupon printing. There are help sections to help you troubleshoot if you are having trouble printing.

Here are the help pages for the big 3:!PAGETYPE

If you dont want to mess around with the coupon printers there are sites online where you can load e-coupons onto certain grocery stores customer loyalty cards so there is no printing or clipping involved.

There is also a list of bricks coupons at the link below. If you click on a link that takes you to the page for printing you can click the 'help' link at the bottom right corner and they will mail you the coupon if you are having trouble printing.

If all that fails you can buy coupons from ebay or other sites like:

or trade coupons at various sites including right here at Thrifty Fun:

You can get some coupon books mailed to you from the following links:


http://snurl. com/s7dhk
(remove the space before the "com" ...having trouble posting the link without it breaking)

Two good sites for all things "couponing":

Good luck to you!

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October 2, 20090 found this helpful

Here is the one I get really good money off coupons from, each month:

You will get the chance to print a couple of coupons on most of them (by going back to coupons after printing those you have picked), but you will only be allowed a couple, and most of them, I find, are things that we use or want to try.

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September 28, 2009

When I print product coupons off the internet, I usually do it on the back of something I no longer need. Saves a lot of paper.

By Linda



Printing Coupons

I use some old letterhead from my husband's office for printing coupons, recipes, notes, what have you. I was mad that my closest grocery, the one I shop at the most would not honor coupons from the internet. The checker looked at them and just said that she couldn't take them, but gave me no reason why. Does anyone know why? (02/03/2006)

By Debbie Dzurilla

Printing Coupons

I am a cashier, and I've heard that we're not allowed to accept Internet coupons, because people have tried to use fake ones. (10/17/2008)


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