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Posted on Tuesday, July 27th, 2010 at 7:38 am
Pin It has an ever changing assortment of great printable coupons.  You can find the complete list on our printable coupons area, without having to click each one and go through their list.  You’ll also find with our exclusive feature that when you click on a particular coupon, it will pop up first in the lineup on the page.  This is a great way to save time when looking for your printable coupons.

The printable coupons will usually have expiration dates of 30, 45, or 60 days, but will not stay on the site that long.  You’ll want to check back often, because when there is a hot coupon on the site, it lasts through a predetermined number of prints overall and then is gone.  For example, if there’s a high value coupon on diapers, it may be set to expire after 50,000 people have printed it from  That enables them to limit the coupons in circulation while building value for the advertiser.

So it really pays to keep checking.  The coupons usually turn over at the beginning of the month.  Some renew their expiration date, others are gone, others are completely new.

The printable coupons you will find usually have a value of $1 or more.  They are generally a higher value than most newspaper and magazine coupons, since their distribution is limited.  Just make sure that is limited to YOU!  Generally, you will be allowed to print two of each coupon.

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