Looking to cut your grocery bill? This list of 16 places to print valuable coupons is the perfect way to start.
If you’re a parent, it’s likely that you’re cost-conscious. I’ve learned quite a bit about saving money since the birth of my first child, and I’m still learning new things about budgeting my money to the max. Using coupons for groceries is one thing I consider a must.
I wouldn’t call myself an extreme couponer, but I rarely shop for necessities without at least checking to see if there’s a coupon available. It only takes a few minutes when I’m making out my grocery list to look for matching coupons and I consider the money I save as getting paid to do my family’s grocery shopping.
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By far the best place to find coupons is in the Sunday paper, but there are plenty of other places to find valuable coupons that can cut your grocery bill significantly.
Along with coupons, you should consider using rebates as an added way of saving on your grocery budget. There are several rebates that I use regularly. You can find out more about them in my post Five Grocery Rebate Apps to Download Today.
Don’t forget about price matching too. If you have a store that you usually shop at, take a few minutes and read up on their coupon and price matching policy. It will do you good to know if the store price matches and what type of prices they will match. For example, Walmart won’t price match if the other store is offering a percentage off, but will if it’s a set price that is cheaper.
Besides clipping coupons from my local circulars, I use the internet to print them on items that I can’t find in the paper. An excellent way to find printable coupons is to visit brand’s sites. Every brand out there has its own website and social media accounts.
A lot of them offer printable coupons without requiring you to sign up but some ask you to join their mailing list, which isn’t a bad thing because those sites often send out regular coupons only to those who are signed up. If you have a particular brand that you usually buy, it would be worth your time to check out their website for coupons.
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Along with brand’s sites, most grocery and department stores offer their own coupons. Most of these will be manufacturer coupons that can be printed or saved and then used in the store. These retailers include Walmart.com, Target.com, DollarGeneral.com (digital coupons), and many more.
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Here is the list of 16 Places to Print Valuable Coupons.
These sites offer tons of printable coupons that you can’t find always find in the Sunday paper. Also, utilizing these sites allows you to print and clip coupons on the same items and allow you to buy in bulk when you find a good deal.
Check out my post on 12 Household Essentials You Should Never Buy Without a Coupon for more information on how to use valuable coupons to save on the household items you use every day.