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Coupons in the Mail





I have been doing my homework to find more brands and writing suggestions that will send you coupons in the mail.  I hope you have as much success as I did!

Have you been trying to find free coupons in the mail?

You’ve the answer!Manufacturers coupons are valuable, and companies are more than willing to send you those grocery coupons if you know just where to look and how to ask for them.

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Don’t miss out just because you can’t print coupons at home. I’ll show you how to get coupons in the mail quickly and easily so you can start saving right away.

Save even more money at the grocery store since these vouchers are often of higher value than the printable coupons. In fact, many coupons in the mail are for free stuff. It is great to be able to pick out something off of the grocery shelves, hand the cashier a coupon, and then get it for free!

Sign Up for Coupons in the Mail

The way to start receiving free coupons in the mail is to send a comment to a company by email. Many companies respond very nicely to personal comments and will bless you with all sorts of samples and coupons.

They take the comments and complaints that you make about their products very seriously. They want to know how you, the consumer, feels about their products, and they will usually reward you with a lot of coupons for your trouble. In fact, once you are on their customer mailing list, you may find that you continue to get coupons in the mail without any additional effort.

How to Ask for Coupons in the Mail

When you contact a company, you want to be very honest with your feedback. It isn’t true that the only way to get free coupons in the mail is to complain.You can encourage manufactures to send coupons just by telling them something in one of three areas.

Praise: Tell the company how much you enjoy their product and be specific. Did it fulfill a need in your home? Was it so much better than the competition?

Suggestion: Tell the company how you think they might improve the product or the packaging, or let them know what other products that you would like to see them provide.

Complaint: If you didn’t like something about the product or had a negative issue with it, let the company know. It is important to be nice and objective. State the facts and let them know that you expected a better product from them, but don’t rant and rave.

Just remember that you don’t need to be a professional writer. Keep your comment short and sweet, mention the product name (some companies have many different products) and be honest if you haven’t tried the product but are thinking about trying it. It is best not to flat out ask for grocery coupons; most of the time the companies themselves will make the offer to send you free coupons in the mail.

How to Find Company Contact Information

Here at we did a lot of research to put together a list of manufacturer contact information. The following food companies have shown themselves to be willing to send a lot of coupons when asked.

Remember your tips about how to write for grocery coupons in the mail and then get to it. Some companies will send coupons right away, while others may take up to six weeks. Be patient. Your mailbox will soon be flooded with grocery coupons.

Manufacturer Coupons

If you don’t see a contact form right away, look for a “Contact Us” link, usually at the bottom of the page. Some of the contact information below contains direct email links.


All Whites

Amy’s Kitchen

Annie’s Homegrown

Apple and Eve

Applegate Farms

Bagel Bites


Bar S

Barber Foods

Batter Blaster

Bob’s Red Mill



Breathe Right


Bumble Bee

Burts Bees

Bushes Beans


Campbells Soup

Carl Buddig Lunch Meats

Carolina Rice






Del Monte

Eden Foods



Egglands Best



Freschetta Pizza

Fresh Express

Frigo Cheese


Herbal Essences



Hillshire Farm


Huggies Pull-Ups





Kozy Shack

Lean Cuisine

Lean Pockets

Light Life

Ling Ling

Lofthouse Cookies


Marie Callenders





Mt. Olive



Oroweat Bread

Pepperidge Farm

Plum Rose

Propel Fitness Water

Rite Guard

Sabra Hummus


Schick Intuition Razors



Skinny Cow



Turkey Hill


Van’s Waffles



Wet Ones

Wolfgang Puck


Yogi Tea
























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