(Closed) Printable Coupons?

posted 6 years ago in Cooking
Post # 3
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750 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2014

I absolutely recommend printing coupons. I’ve been couponing for about three weeks, and our grocery budget is now $50 a week for the two of us. That’s like a third of what it was before! Of course, it takes some planning…

I learned how to coupon at southernsavers.com (even though I am nowhere near the south!) and I think I downloaded the add-on to print them there. I only downloaded one thing, through that reputable website, and now I can print from pretty much any website. (I should note that I’m not on a mac, not sure if that would change things…) The two websites that come to mind first are redplum and coupons.com, but there are a ton of them out there! 

The strategy that has also helped me a bunch is looking at what’s on sale, finding store coupons (We use Safeway and their electronic Just for You coupons) and then googling a coupon for whatever is already cheap- like “nature valley coupon” or “big g cereal coupon.” You’ll be suprised at how easy it is, and how fast the savings add up! All of the coupons that print are in the same format, and are scannable by the cashier, so it’s legitimate…it’s pretty standard no matter where you print, even if it’s from the brand website itself. 

Post # 4
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658 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: December 2012

@gingerbreadgirl:  I use them all the time.

A couple that I like are 

couponmom.com

freeflys.com

womenfreebies.com

I have been using them all for years and have never ran into a problem

Post # 5
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246 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2012

Cool! I’m interested to see what other responses there are.

Post # 6
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451 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2012

I use livingrichwithcoupons.com, they have a lot of stores on there that they match up the weekly circular with the coupons that are out.

Post # 8
Hostess
18643 posts
Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: June 2009

Coupons.com and Redplum.com are completely legit and won’t cause any problems with your computer.

My favorite website for couponing is Southern Savers (see it was mentioned before).  Every little bit helps.  I pay almost nothing for most of my personal care stuff from the drugstore now.  Grocery stuff is harder for me to save a ton on though because I don’t really know what I will need in advance as much.

If you aren’t in the South so you don’t have the stores that Southern Savers features, just google to store you use with coupon matchup and you should be able to find one with your stores!

Post # 9
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3587 posts
Sugar bee

I use Southern Savers as well. LOVE it!

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