It’s pretty simple, you can’t coupon if you haven’t any to coupon with! Makes sense huh? Well, today we’ll show you a few places to obtain these little money-saving treasures.
- SUNDAY PAPER – our old standby. Most Sunday papers will have one or more coupon inserts. These may include Smart Source, Red Plum, Proctor & Gamble and on occasion Unilever. There may also be some oddball sheets here and there – just be sure to go through the entire paper in your search.
- ONLINE PRINTABLES – Right here at Centsable Coupons ;), Coupons.com, Smart Source, Red Plum, Common Kindness, Hopster, Bricks, Facebook, product websites, newsletters, blogs, etc. *Keep in mind that most Internet printables are limited to two prints per coupon.
- IN STORE – Be sure to join the rewards cards programs for EVERY store you shop at that has one. Many times they will send coupons directly to your card, email you, mail them to you via snail mail or even print out at the store. Several stores such as Walgreen’s have a monthly coupon booklet you pick up at the store.
- PHONE APPS – There are many, many apps for your smart phones that are out there. There are some to find all types of coupons, find sale items, track rebates and receipts, etc. Most are available for both Android and the iPhone platforms. I posted a list of my favorite and most-used HERE.
- MISC SOURCES – Some of the less-traveled paths to coupons might include: Cellfire, Target Cartwheel, individual store websites, clipping services, Facebook groups and pages, local newspaper carriers, Post Office staff, etc.
As you can see, this isn’t your Mama’s couponing world anymore. Coupons are a way of life for more and more people all of the time. Just keep your eyes open and you’ll find em!
*in case you don’t understand some of the terms in this post – or others I’ve published, you can find many if not most of the common couponing terms HERE.