Sunday, January 31, 2010

Where Do You Get Coupons?

You want multiple coupons so that you can stock up when you see a good deal

1) Sunday Newspaper – Subscribe or pick one up Sunday morning; ask relatives, friends, and neighbors if they get the paper and don’t want the coupons
a. Red Plum (RP)
b. Smart Source (SS)
c. Proctor & Gamble (PG)
d. General Mills (GM)

2) Online Internet Printable Coupons (IP) – Don’t print on draft
a. http://www.coupons.com/
b. http://www.smartsource.com/
c. http://www.redplum.com/
d) Specific manufacturers’ websites (ie http://www.deerpark.com/)

3) In the Grocery Store
a. Catalinas – these are coupons that print out at the register when you checkout (sometimes are $$$ off your next order)
b. Blinkies – those coupon machines that you see around the store

c. Peelies – these are “peelie” coupons that are on products in the store

d. Hangtags – these are coupons found on dressing, sauce, and marinade necks (you do not have to buy the bottle, just take the coupon)

e. Winetags – these are coupons found on wine bottles (you do not have to buy the wine, just take the coupon)
f. Tear pads – these are tear-off coupons found on displays in the store


4) Product Packaging – sometimes you will find a coupon in the product (ie on the inside of a rice box, cereal box, etc)


5) Magazines
a. Parade in the Sunday paper

b. All You – basically a coupon magazine

c. Other magazines
6) Direct Mail – sign up for coupon booklets to be sent to your house (free!)


7) Store Flyers – stores, especially drugstores, put coupons in their flyers

8) Trade
a. Friends
b. Online swaps – http://www.ecoupons.com/

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