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Posted on Wednesday, December 16th, 2009 at 9:46 pm
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Visit our printable coupons page here, for your special savings from coupons.com. There are over 170 coupons this month, some of them short dated.  Get them now, while they are available, and check back weekly for new ones.

Two other great sources of internet printables are RedPlum.com and Smartsource.com. Then there are various sites you can join, like BettyCrocker.com, Pillsbury.com, Everydayeating.com, PG Everydaysolutions.com and others.  Here you sign up and are able to download coupons that appear monthly.  Homemadesimple.com is another great website for P&G product coupons.  The booklet they send by mail has many high value coupons.

For healthy foods, try mambosprouts.com. Their newsletter is chock full of great tips, and printable coupons on organic brands, and healthy items.  You can also sign up to get coupons mailed to your home.

Manufacturers often have printable coupons for product groups on their websites.  For example, Campbells right now has a nice assortment of high value coupons on all soup varieties and Pepperidge Farm products.

Kellogg’s is another company which has many great offers on their website.  Right now, find a coupon for a free box of Special K when you buy a box.

Finally, check out Allyou.com.  All You is a wonderful magazine for couponers, full of coupons that are worth far more than the purchase price of the magazine.  Allyou.com partners with coupons.com, but has unique offers on the site as well.

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