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Where to Find Coupons Online

Posted on Thursday, January 15th, 2015 at 7:00 am
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Tired of clipping coupons from the Sunday paper?  There are plenty of online resources where you can find printable coupons.Coupons can help you to save a lot of money on groceries. They can help stretch your dollar and prevent you from breaking your budget. Of course, before you can use coupons you have to be able to find them! Here are some quick tips about where to find coupons online.

Easy Ways to Find Coupons Online

Did you know that you can find plenty of printable coupons right here at FreeCoupons.com? Click the tab at the top of the page that says “Printable Coupons”. You will find coupons from Coupons.com, Savings.com, hopster, SmartSource, redplum, and SavingStar. Print out the ones that you like and bring them with you to the grocery store!

Grocery Store Websites
Loyalty cards do more than give you access to “members only” sales. They also can be an excellent source of online coupons! The best thing about these coupons is that they are digital.

Visit the store’s website and select the coupons that you want to use. They will automatically be added to your loyalty card. All you have to do is remember to bring that card with you to the store – and the coupons come along for the ride. The digital coupons you selected will automatically “ring up” at the register when you make your purchase.

Manufacturer’s Websites
What are the brands that your family uses the most? It might be worth your time to visit the websites for those brands. There might be valuable coupons on their website.

Typically, you will need to sign up with the brand’s website, and let it know that you want to receive newsletters, before you can access the coupons. If it is your favorite brand, it might be worth it. Those that do not have a bunch of coupons on their website will, more than likely, send customers some coupons in the emailed newsletter.

You many have noticed that Facebook attracts a whole lot of brands to it. Those brands make their own Facebook page and post things that they believe will influence people to buy their products. Once in a while, a brand will offer a special coupon that can only be accessed through their Facebook page.

It used to be common for brands on Facebook to make the coupon accessible to everyone – even those who don’t have a Facebook account. More recently, this changed. Today, it is not unusual for a brand to require a person not only to have a Facebook account, but also to give the brand their email address before they can access a coupon. It may seem a bit tedious, but it is possible to get coupons from Facebook.

Department Store Websites
Target has coupons on their website that can be printed out. Walmart also offers printable coupons. These coupons can only be used in the store that the coupon came from.

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