Easy Tips to Using Printable
Saving money is key to everyone’s budget. Finding coupons from the newspaper is a
tedious job. Turning page after page, and then filling your trash can with the unusable coupons and advertising.
From theselection of online coupons, you can choose which coupons you want to print and use, reducing waste and
Before you begin printing your coupons, here are a few helpful steps
that will make your weekly coupons quick search easier to organize and not overwhelm you from the coupon
- Before you begin -
most grocery coupon saving sites will ask you to sign up with your email. However much the site says they
don’t share your info, unless you read every sites term of use, you may wind up with an email box that is
overwhelmed with “junk”, “spam”. So we suggest that you set up a free site email address for yourself to
keep your private email private. Here is a list of some quick free email
sites, www.ymail.com , www.gmail.com , www.hotmail.com , although this is short
list of free email accounts, they are the most
- Making a
list - before you begin choosing your coupons, have
your shopping list ready. Here is a downloadable pdf grocery list that you can print and keep on your refrigerator
throughout the week. If you really are interested in an interactive shopping list we have located on the web, a
great grocery list maker here. Keeping to a well organized list will help you save money, as it is
easier to keep to list rather than choosing random items while shopping, only to find when you get home
that you have more “junk food” than you expected.
- Completing your list- once you have filled
out your grocery list then you can choose the coupons that correlate with your list. As you are choosing your
coupons based on your list, highlight the item on your list to remind yourself when you are at the store that
you have a coupon for that item.
If you are using
the interactive my grocery list they have many areas that you can type in your choice under the
food item categories.
You can use an old wallet to keep your coupons organized. There many
other ways to organize your coupons, a index box that you keep on your counter or in your cabinet. Just
remember that most things that are out of site are out of mind.
Remember you are
saving money, unless a coupon has value to what you need, “an EXTRA” coupon choice, of something that you may like to try, that you would not normally choose will not
help you reach your goal. However if you would like to try a new item a coupon is a great way to save as you try
out the item.
BOGO- Buy One Get One free items are great ways to
save. Some grocers have promos that will coincide with coupon savings. Check your favorite grocer’s weekly
advertisement online for their promos before you travel to the store.
Most warehouse shopping stores accept coupons, always check at their
customer service desk for any coupons that they may have for the customer.
With these tips and outline you are well on your way to weekly
Below is a list of coupon distributor’s from the web. We have tried to
include as much information about each site as we can, hopefully you will find one or more of these online
merchant distributors helpful in saving you money.
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Here are some coupon websites we
found - click on our blog
and let us know YOUR feedback!
||Brand driven, logos make it easy to find those familiar names in
your grocery aisle. Only down side was the search feature did not seem to pull relevant items as
||Many household name merchants. Find what you need by
category or alphabetical, hot deals, or what's new. Makes me wonder why I leave the house or buy
anything without checking here first.
|No registration needed. Several pages of printable coupons - 84
offers last time I went in. I like how it tabulates my savings at the top as I select coupons to
print. To print the coupons you must download and install their coupon printer. The fine print
states that they not install any third-party software, adware, or spyware, nor does it collect
any personal information. They also offer an uninstall.
||Registration needed. After passing through registration
there are about 6 pages of offers that you must navigate through before reaching any coupons.
You will need to install their coupon printer. Note, my SpyWare doctor blocked several
advertisers from this page.
|Registration is needed on this site. Don't forget to create an
email account just for coupons! This site seems visually busy, somewhat overwhelming to me, but
some good discounts.
||If you don't select printable coupons, you will have to peck
around a bit, through grocery, then on to more coupons before you land on the first of several
coupon offers. From there you select the ones you want to print. There is no registration,
however you must activate a smart source coupon printer - and install an add-on before you
will be able to print.
||Registration required. Nationally recognized name brands on the
front page, after entering in email and contact information, multiple prefilled offers, I counted
roughly 14 that I opted out of. This is followed by 4 pages with a listing of offers that
require you to say yes and no to - be forewarned, some are prefilled yes and they automatically
have your email from the registration. They require at least one "yes" response before you are able
to submit. After that you are required to complete one survey, which although they consider it
brief, it is not. After an intermittent hour on this, and still not to any coupons, I am still
clicking "no thank you" on offers. Personally, I am striking this one off my
||Printable coupons - no grocery coupons however last time this
site was checked.
||Multiple pages of offers after you enter your zip code. We like
this site until we get to the required download of their coupon printer. Per the site, it does
not install any third-party software, adware, or spyware, nor does it collect any personal
||Clean website - easy on the eyes as it is not overly busy.
Printable coupons are good, just lots of scrolling to see if they have what you need.