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Coupon Resources

by Holly Duce on June 23, 2011

The start of a new month is a great time to get coupons.  New ones are released at the beginning of each month and since there are print limits on many of them (meaning for example, that there are 10,000 total available to print), you must print them before they are reached.  Now is the best time to do just that.

For those of you who are new to couponing or just need a refresher, I thought I’d put together a list of coupon resources for you:

Coupons.com has a lot of really great grocery coupons. You don’t have to sign up to print but if you enter your zipcode you may have access to different coupons that are available in your area. You can print each coupon twice.

Cellfire- Load coupons right onto your store savings card. If you haven’t tried this services yet, you should! The coupons are stored on your card and the savings automatically come off your bill when you scan your card at check out. No extra paper coupons to carry! Participating stores include: Baker’s City Market, Dillons, Fry’s, Gerbes, Hilander, JayC, King Soopers, Kroger, Owen’s, Pay Less, QFC, Ralphs, Scott’s, Smith’s, Carrs, Dominick’s, Genuardi’s, Pavilions, Randall’s, Safeway, Tom Thumb, Vons, and ShopRite.

SmartSource- another great source for grocery coupons. These can be printed twice each.

Redplum- yet another great source for grocery coupons. These can also be printed two times each.

EverSave Click & Print- grocery coupons. This one is new to us.

Savings & Coupons.com- another new one to us but it’s supposed to have some grocery coupons

Coolsavings – Enter to Win Free Groceries for 5 Years plus get some great coupons and samples!

Grocery Savings Network- a new resource for coupons!

Sign up for P&G Everday Solutions to receive free samples, coupons, and updates from Proctor & Gamble brand products

Your local Sunday paper is an excellent resource for paper coupons. If you can get extra copies at a discount, even better! Or ask friends/family/neighbors if they use their coupon inserts- they might be happy to save them for you!

Want to know which coupons will be in the Sunday paper? Check out the Sunday Preview. If there are some extra good coupons, you could plan to buy several copies of the paper for that week.

Magazines such as All You are also good resources for coupons. Keep your eyes out for coupons and you’ll find them in places you’d never expect to!

What are your resources for coupons? Please share by leaving a comment.

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