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Multiple Printable Coupons

Posted on Monday, August 31st, 2009 at 5:59 pm
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More and more I find myself relying on printable coupons instead of Sunday insert coupons. I think it is because the printable coupons are often more convenient. I can find and print exactly what I am looking for in order to get the deals.

The other nice thing about printable coupons is that they don’t only apply to grocery coupons. There are a few other types that you can use to take advantage of some great deals.

Grocery Coupons

RedPlum, one of the companies that publishes coupons in the Sunday paper also offers printable coupons now. There are a ton of new printable coupons, including a few that you can combine with the Target printable coupons to get some good deals, such as the RedPlum Kellogg’s Yogos coupon and the Target Kellog’s Fruit snack coupon.

Store Coupons

I mentioned Target coupons. Target routinely has coupons available. What is wonderful is that you can combine these coupons with manufacturer coupons, as I also mentioned above. This can really double your savings. Bjs is another store that offers store printable coupons.

Restaurant Coupons

There have been a lot of restaurant coupons out there, especially when it comes to fast food and family restaurants. This can be a great thing for a family on a budget.
KFC offers some printable coupons when you join the email club. You can get those coupons right here.

Event and Attraction Coupons

I try to never go anywhere without first searching for printable coupons. There are so many printable coupons for local attractions and events. Do a search online or check with your local chamber of commerce for coupons to events. For example, here are coupons for attractions here in Pennsylvania, including coupons I found for the Crayola Factory and the Liberty Bell.

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