Couponing saves me a lot of money when shopping. Most of my grocery and drug store coupons come from the local newspapers which is the traditional distribution. That’s no longer the only game in town.
Since you’re reading this on some Internet-enabled device you can also find coupons the same way. This article will take a look at a few of my favorite sites focusing on grocery and drug store coupons. In a future post, I’ll discuss coupons used at brick and mortar and online stores.
Print Coupon Websites
Many of the match-up blogs covered in Internet Savings: Deals Blogs reference online coupons as well as print ones.
* Redplum and Smart Source publish inserts you find in newspapers but offers coupons online as well. Select the ones that you will use and print. Coupons reset monthly so make sure to make it a regular stop.
* Coupons.com offers coupons that can change on a daily basis. There’s a weekly newsletter that will let you know of popular coupons and other information. This site also offers recipes to help you with meal planning.
Shopper Card Websites
According to this ehow article all you need to load coupons to your store shopper card is a computer, Internet access, the card and the motivation to save. The benefit is that you don’t have to remember to print or cut out the coupons and take them with you to the store.
* Shortcuts lets you skip the step of printing out coupons and using paper and ink. This website features the abiltiy to load the coupons right onto your grocery store shopper card. Partner stores include Kroger and Safeway family of stores.
* Your favorite grocery stores may offer electronic coupons on their websites as well. I load coupons and points offers right onto my Ralph’s Rewards card.
Finding coupons on the internet is another tool in your arsenal to save money and stay within budget. How do you coupon online?
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