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Where to Get Coupons

Where to get coupons!

The Sunday Newspaper; Here you can find all your inserts.

  • Smart Source, Red Plum & Proctor and Gamble. To view which coupons are going to be in the paper each week, you can go to sundaycouponpreview.com.
  • If you would like to order cheap coupon inserts or individual coupons, you can order them at couponfleamarket.com. I use this site very often!

Online; There are tons of websites that offer printable coupons. Usually you just have to install a coupon printer. (Don’t worry, It will pop up with download instructions when you try to print your 1st coupons!)

Magazines; The All You Magazine is the #1 magazine for coupons. Each magazine has at least $50 in coupons. I would recommend getting a subscription. It will pay for itself in no time! If you don’t want a subscription you can always pick them up at Wal-Mart.

Blinkies & Tearpads; When you go in the stores and you see all those little blinking red ‘boxes’ hanging off the edge of the shelf, those usually have pretty good coupons in them, so grab a few! But tearpads are usually even better! Tearpads are usually higher value, so hold on to them! You will find a good sale to go with them soon.

Booklets; Usually for holidays or season changes, in your grocery store you will find a cute stand set up with promotional items. Sometimes there is a booklet somewhere on it filled with coupons! Walgreens is one store that comes out with a booklet every month. It has great store coupons!

Contacting Companies: Many companies will send you coupons just by asking! At the bottom of almost every website there is a ‘contact us’ page. This will either give you an e-mail or a submission form to contact them. (Usually you can only contact them every 6 months to a year)Here is a simple sample e-mail that I send out…

“To whom it may concern,

Hi! My name is Haley and my family and I are trying to save money. We love all of your products, but our favorite is the _____. I was wondering if you had any coupons available that could be mailed out. My family would greatly appreciate it.

Thank you for your time.  ”

Some companies that I have had good luck with are:

  • Mt. Olive
  • Sweet Baby Rays
  • Martha White
  • Jif
  • Dukes
  • 8 O’clock coffee
  • Folgers
  • Ka-Boom
  • Tide
  • Lawrys
  • Beech-Nut
  • Smuckers
  • Marchuan
  • Dannon
  • Bordon
  • Hungry Jack
  • Yakisoba
  • Lindseys Olives
  • Weber
Hopefully this list will get you started! Let me know if you have good luck with anymore and I will add them to the list!


6 Responses to “Where to Get Coupons”

  1. Sarah Z. September 11, 2012 at 9:53 am #

    I subscribe to All You’s daily email for free samples, but didn’t know the magazine itself has all those coupons! I’ll have to try it!

    • Save Daily With Haley September 13, 2012 at 9:33 pm #

      Yes, the magazine is great for coupons! They are usually higher value too! If you get a subscription it is almost 50% off Wal-Mart price, just an idea!

  2. Claire September 15, 2012 at 1:43 pm #

    Thanks for the tips. My coupon stash is running low.

  3. Christy Maurer October 4, 2012 at 6:44 pm #

    I love coupons! Just wish they came precut :) Wouldn’t that be awesome lol.

    • Save Daily With Haley October 4, 2012 at 9:09 pm #

      That would be great!

  4. Beatrice.salas November 28, 2012 at 1:28 pm #

    Great I Will try to follow your Reccomendations thanks you!1!

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