If you love to save on grocery shopping, then coupons are the best tool you can use to do so. Coupons can be acquired in a number of ways. This can be done through shopper loyalty accounts, the Sunday Paper, direct from the manufacturer, or purchasing through someone who sells coupon inserts direct to you. Another method to gain access to coupons would be through printable websites that offer them. Check out this list of the best places for printable coupons.
The most popular printable coupon site is Coupons.com. They are plugged into almost every blog and coupon discussion site I know. The website offers you access to hundreds of manufacturer coupons, and exclusive store coupons at one time. The coupons change frequently, but often mirror those in the paper. You can print each coupon up to two times per computer.
They even have cashback opportunities. Right now if you go to their Digital Grocery coupons, you can add your shopper loyalty accounts from Dollar General, Kroger, Walmart, Target, and Walgreens, and other popular locations. After clicking the store you want to shop add coupons and save instantly at checkout. If you don’t have a store loyalty card you can also snap a picture of your receipt and send it in for Cashback at a later date.
This site gives shoppers access to 100’s of coupons at the click of a button. While some coupons are aligned with the Sunday paper or other grocery coupon websites, they typically have unique coupons available. Sometimes the coupons located on the site take you directly to the manufacturer. Some popular coupons on the site today include $15 off Allegra, $3 off Veggiecraft Farms, and free Forto drinks after a rebate. They have access to exclusive Amazon coupons as well.
This site has limited amounts of coupons available to consumers. They are also a sponsor of coupons located in the Sunday Paper. You can clip, save, and share coupons from the site. One of the best coupons available on-site today would be $1 off Tasty Bites.