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Best Coupon Websites

Updated on August 1, 2012

I must say just like the majority of many other Americans, I have become a little obsessed with the coupon craze. The idea of saving money and getting things free appeals to almost everyone, right? Who wouldn't want to not have to buy tissue paper, dish detergent, toothpaste, and even laundry detergent for a whole year? Not only can you purchase these products in bulk for yourself, but help friends and family members in the process. I don't coupon as much as I used to, but I do from time to time. I don't let it consume everything I do. That's not healthy. But I can tell you of a website or two that I've dealt with that always has great deals on coupons. No more buying two and three newspapers just for the circulars and no more begging friends and family members for their coupon inserts. These websites clip the coupons for you and you get to choose which coupons you want and how many of each coupon that you want. Here are some of my favorite website picks.


This is by far my most favorite coupon website. This is the first coupon website that I dealt with when I first started to coupon. They always seem to have the most coupons to choose from and the best coupon deals. They send you weekly emails immediately after they have put new coupons up. They send you tracking information on your order and I have never received a wrong order from them. They also let you know when the deadlines for ordering is approaching if you want your coupons by a certain day. Their coupon prices start at 5 cents each and up. They seem to always have the coupons that I want in stock. I am so glad I stumbled upon

Coupondede is a website I found out about while I was browsing the web one day. They are similar to the coupon clippers in that they offer already clipped coupons for 2 cents each and up. The only difference is that they offer reward points every time you buy coupons from them. The more reward points you gather, the more free coupons you can get. Cheap is good any day but FREE is good everyday! I've also ordered from them and I received my order with no problem.

Coupon mom is a great website for beginners learning to coupon. They have a list of some of the major department stores and their weekly sales ads. They match coupons with the correct sales items and show you the price before the coupon discount and after the coupon discount. This helps you to see what store you would get a better deal at. Unlike the coupon clippers and coupon dede, coupon mom offers free printable coupons. The only thing you would be paying for is the ink and the paper. Let's just say coupon mom is the website you go to after you've ordered your coupons from the coupon clippers and coupon dede to see where you will get the best deal. It also teaches you how to coupon through videos and tutorials.

I hope this helps you on your coupon journey.



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      Mommiegee 5 years ago from Alabama

      Thanks Ivy3! I'm glad I could help.

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      Ivy 5 years ago from United Kingdom

      Thanks for sharing such a informative article.

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      Mommiegee 5 years ago from Alabama

      No problem kingmaxler. I like to keep it short and sweet. I don't want my readers to lose interest. Thanks for stopping by!

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      kingmaxler 5 years ago from Olympia, Washington USA

      Short and sweet. Thank you for the information along with the websites. I will be checking them out.