May 3, 2010

Coupons Galore!

The time/energy it takes to coupon-clip might not be worth it to you... I don't like buying the paper and not knowing what coupons I'm paying for, if I'll even use them and then taking all the time to clip them without the intention of using them all.  I've found that I prefer printing out my own coupons.  It takes some time, a printer and ink (I use all the junk paper, misprint papers, etc. that are clean on one side), but you print and clip only coupons you know you can use!  All you coupon-clippers may already know some of these tricks, but in case you didn't I thought I'd share what I've found!
  • If you're not sure about spending $5 on a double Sunday paper check out Sunday Coupon Preview, they tell you what coupons are going to be in this weeks paper and also give you a schedule for the whole year (how many, if any, inserts each week)!
  • For those of you who know you aren't going to use all your coupons you can send them (even EXPIRED ones) to soldiers and their families overseas by clicking here!
  • Online printable coupons:
  • Here is a link to a much more extensive Organic Coupon List:  Organic Deals & Coupons.
  • Many stores will allow you to use a manufacturer's coupon with their store coupon for double the savings!  And be sure to take advantage of double and triple coupons at grocery stores!
  • Walmart and Target will match prices of identical items in sale papers of (most major) competing stores.  Check their websites for policies on price matching and coupons, you may even want to print it out and bring it into your local store, because not all employees know their companies own policies.
  • Coupons aren't just for groceries, keep your eyes out for coupons at your favorite stores (clothing, department, restaurant, etc.).
It takes time and effort to make money and to save it!

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