Post # 1
I have used smartsource.com, target.com grocery coupons, redplum.com, and couponmom.com, but it seems like every time I go to these sites, the selection is more and more limited. There were literally only three short pages of coupons on Red Plum the last time I looked.
Anyone know of any good sites? Darling Husband and I are broke newlyweds, so we need ’em! 😛
Post # 3
@brideatbeach: my favorite coupon blog is hip2save
They feature coupons and deals for groceries + lots of other stuff too (including samples/freebies). Check it out! 🙂
Post # 4
I don’t necessarily know how they are for printing coupons but I do think you should get involved in afullcup.com. Lots of amazing advice and tips for finding coupons
Post # 5
I use hip2save.com, thekrazycouponlady.com, and howtoshopforfree.net
Post # 6
@SoontobeMrsA and @FutureMrsBondo: Hip2save and Krazycouponlady are awesome!! My printer is about to overheat- haha!
Post # 7
Go to facebook and look up coupon (as part of the name of a group)…you’ll get DOZENS of facebooks with people that do that for a living.
A Thrify Mom
Queen Bee Coupons & Saving
The Krazy Coupon Lady
The Coupon Project
Fabulously Frugal has a truly amazing website. It’s everything you could ever want as a couponer. Look her up and see what I mean. She has lists of DOZENS of websites where you can find legit coupons.
The Coupon Project is also amazing too.
The two above also post updates via facebook as to when they find new printable coupons and where to find them. They are beyond informative and very helpful.
Post # 8
@Lady Baker: Damn I want to do that for a living. Where do I sign up to get paid for it? haha
Post # 9
I use all of these coupon sites, and you are right, the selection of coupons seems to be diminishing lately, so I am not using as many coupons as I use to.
If you need to cut food costs, you may check to see if Angelfood Ministries has a host site in your area. Angelfood is a really great program that sells good food, at a reduced price. A box of food is usually around $35, but you get about $75 worth of food in the box. A box should feed a family of four for a week-or for my Fiance and I, 2 weeks. This is NOT a food bank, and it is not a government program. There are no income requirements. If you eat, you qualify. The box contents change every month, but there are almost always the basics, like hamburger, chicken and a variety of frozen vegetables. There are deadlines for ordering, usually one week prior to the pick up date. Actually it is kind of nice, because it takes about 2 minutes to place your order online, then when you pick it up, it’s all boxed and ready to go. It saves alot of grocery shopping time. Their website is http://www.angelfoodministries.com/
Post # 10
@SandyThePoet: We are on a budget, but I would feel really wrong about using something like that when Darling Husband and I are hardly starving. I would rather leave that for people who really, really need it. Thanks anyways, though.