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Sunday Newspapers and online print offs are where about half my coupons come from…keep reading to find out about all the other sources.
**There is the social media like facebook that the companies have just started to use. “Like” them and you usually get a coupon that you can print twice.
**Try things like Kraft First Taste.com for freebie products that the ask you to review.
**You can actually get a lot of coupons in the store!
This time of year they have a lot of mini books on the cardboard display units – one was by Keebler and Kelloggs – and had $50 of coupons in it! There are also tear pads, blinkies, peelies, wine bottle tags all over the store. In less than 5 minutes a few weeks ago, I got over $100 of coupons! – Check my blog post Keep Your Eyes Open and see what I am referring.
**Try writing your favorite companies: Write and ask for coupons
What products do you regularly use and love but rarely can find good coupons for? Write to the manufacturer, tell them how much you like their product and politely request that they send you any coupons they have available (don’t forget to include your mailing address, too!).
Usually, it only takes a few minutes to do so through a company’s contact form and you’ll very likely get some sort of coupons just for asking. In many cases, you’ll receive high-value coupons or even free product coupons!
**Do you get the All You magazine from Walmart? You can subscribe to it and get it for less than $1 an issue and they always have over $50 in coupons in each issue.
**Add the Catalinas and Check Out Values coupons that they give you when you pay – things like the Free milk or eggs deals and you have a great variety to choose from!
If all else fails, try a coupon swap with your friends – if you don’t need diaper coupons but your friend does and they have dog food coupons but no dog, and you could use those coupons for Bowser, go for it! Start one at church or through the school moms.
With butter over $4 a pound and bacon over $6 a pound and gas prices going back up again, food prices are going to continue to climb. As successful homemakers, this lets us save money here to use somewhere else — it’s becoming “Cool” to clip!