I love to coupon! I’ve been doing it for over 4 years now and I even owned a coupon blog for 2 1/2 years. I’ve been pretty good at finding coupons online. It’s no big secret, but sometimes they’re hidden; you just need to know where to look.
Here are my favorite resources for finding the best Printable Coupons out there.
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1. Top Printable Coupon Sites
The number one resource for coupons online are some of the top coupon websites. These websites have coupons from major brands and some even update them daily. Like I mentioned above, you don’t need to leave the site to print them.
Target is a great source for coupons. They have several coupons on their site. Some are manufacturer’s coupons and others are Target coupons. With Target coupons you can stack them with other offers, which is just one reason I love shopping at Target. You can use a manufacturer’s coupon, Target coupon and their Cartwheel app offers on the same item, so that item is getting 3 discounts on it. Sweet!
3. Mambo Sprouts and Common Kindness
Mamba Sprouts and Common Kindness are great sources for printable coupons for all natural, gluten free or organic products. Since I buy a lot of gluten free items these are my go-to sites for those coupons.
Many brands offer coupons to their Facebook followers. Be sure to follow your favorite brands. Also, don’t forget to follow your grocery store on Facebook. Many of them are known to offer printable store coupons for their followers too.
Many times websites will post coupons as a part of their advertising with major brands. You can see these ads on sites like The Mom Who. So next time you’re on a site be sure to scope out the ads. We often display coupon ads right here on The Mom Who at the top of the site and right over there –>.
By signing up for a company’s newsletter you’re opting in for them to send your exclusive offers and coupons. I get some amazing coupons from Michael’s, Kohl’s, Aeropostale, and Target simply because I signed up to receive their promotional emails/newsletters. Typically you can sign up for a brand’s newsletter over on their website.
* Before you can print these coupons, many sites will ask you to download their coupon printer. Downloading their coupon printer is worth it. Remember, I don’t share anything that I don’t wholeheartedly use and trust.
*Tip: When printing your coupons be sure to set your printer to print only using black ink. This’ll save you money on ink since colored ink tends to be expensive.
What are your favorite sites to print coupons? Did we miss any of your favorites?