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How to Find What You Want on

Posted on Wednesday, December 30th, 2009 at 12:01 pm
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Are you wondering where the latest coupon is? Or maybe you want to see what stores are offering free shipping this week. Do you need a printable coupon for Crest toothpaste? With’s new friendly navigation features, it is all easy to find exactly what you want.

Bookmark this post, so you can refer back to it as needed.

Shop By Brand

Click on the Popular Brands link on the top or follow this link to see all of the popular store brands, from to Walmart and more. Click on a brand logo, click on a beginning letter for the store name or just scroll down the brand page.

You can also enter a brand (store) name, such as Sephora in the search box that appears at the top of each page.

Shop by Attribute

If you only want to see coupons that offer free shipping or a certain percentage off, you can simply enter those terms in the search box I mentioned above. And here is a secret tip. If you only want to see offers that have an actual coupon code, simply search with the words “coupon code.” The coupons with codes with all be at the top, ordered by popularity.

To see only printable grocery coupons, click on the printable coupons link up at the top of each page. It will automatically take you to a page where there are only printable coupons.

Check out the grocery coupons hidden link, too, for more ways to get even more printable coupons and other grocery deals.

Shop by Expiration

You don’t want to miss out on that great coupon that only lasts one day, or is for a limited time. Check out the link for coupons that expire soon. You can find the link at the top of each page, or use this link right here.

This is a good place to look each day that you visit

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