How To Find Coupons

25 Aug

Purchase a Sunday paper.  The Commercial Appeal will cost you only $2 each week (or a little less if you subscribe to the Sunday-only deal).  Almost every week there are coupons in the paper.  The coupons more than make up that $2 you spend.

Ask other people for coupons.  You’d be surprised how many people don’t use the coupons they receive in the Sunday paper and how willing they are to share them with you.  This provides you another avenue for coupons without requiring you to give up any more time or money.

Check coupon blogs.  These types of blogs often have links to printable coupons, sometimes very valuable ones, that you can print from home and use in the store.  I usually check my favorite coupon blogs a couple of times per day to make sure I don’t miss out on anything great! Here are some that I suggest: www.moneysavingmom.com, www.mymemphismommy.com

Visit manufacturer / store websites.  Some offer special coupons every so often and some offer regular monthly coupons.  These are some of my favorites that offer monthly coupons:
www.pillsbury.com
www.target.com
www.bettycrocker.com

Find out about local coupon swaps.  I know there is a monthly one in Cordova that occurs the third Friday of the month.  These are great places to pick up duplicate coupons for products you like.

Check out Kroger’s digital coupons.  Now, you have to be careful with these because they do not double and you cannot combine them with a paper coupon unless it is a Kroger store coupon.  But they do offer some good digital coupons.  You get them by signing up for an account with www.kroger.com and then loading the digital coupons to your Kroger card.  They will automatically show up at check-out.

Utilize Facebook.  It may surprise you to learn that you can score great coupons by liking various companies on Facebook.  I have gotten high value coupons from Fruit of the Loom, Bic, Athenos, and more.  Check your favorite coupon blogs to find out when these deals become available.

Readers, what are some other sources that you use to find coupons?

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