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How to Print Out Coupons

Updated on October 16, 2013

The Steps to Printing Coupons

Go to your favorite grocery store website and see what coupons they offer for printing. Some stores offer exclusive coupons for their store only. You may also find double up coupons for manufacturers coupons on some sites.

If you have a favorite Brand that you purchase often check out their website and see if they are running any specials or have printable coupons. I write them a letter of appreciation and I usually get samples and coupons in the mail a few weeks later.

Check each stores coupon policies. Some stores like Costco will only take their own coupons. Some stores will actually take competitors coupons. Print out each stores policies to have on hand and check back often as some policies change.

Do not photo copy coupons, this is illegal and can get you in trouble with the law.

Remember coupon codes work too for online purchases.

Couponing for Beginners

Other Sources

There are many places to acquire coupons.

Grocery Store:

Grab one of their flyers or ads that are usually places at the front or entrance of the store

Coupon Dispensers are on most isles for selected products, keep an eye out.

Coupons are located on the actual product in peel off form

At the Check out, there are coupons that are spit out during your check out that reflect your past purchases.

Coupon exchange, in several stores there are boxes or baskets so you can leave coupons that you won't use and pick up some that you will use.

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