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Best Places to Find Coupons

Updated on July 16, 2013

Here is Where to Find Coupons

Couponing is all about saving money and we have all seen on TV how we can get free food and other grocery items by extreme couponing. It is all very inspiring to us moms and wives.

So where do they get all those coupons? How do they get multiple coupons to buy a cart full of the same item?

Where to find coupons, buy coupons, print coupons, coupon shopping, finding coupons, extreme couponing and shopping with coupons are all about frugal living.

Newspaper

Your local Sunday paper is full of in-store and manufacturers coupons and is a great source for matching already acquired coupons with sales at local stores. To get several of the same coupons so you can use them to purchase multiples of the same item can be done in a few ways. You can purchase several newspapers. You can collect the ads and coupons from friends, family and neighbors. You can also go to the newspaper company or the local recycler and ask them if you can have any ads and coupons that are about to be discarded or recycled.

Printed Coupons

There are many free sites that you can go to and print out several manufacturers coupons. Go to your favorite brand name site and see if they have printable coupons.

Contacting your Favorite Brand Sites

Is there a particular brand that you purchase regularly? Yeah... then contact the company and tell them about it. Chances are that they will send you samples and coupons to use on your next purchase.

Purchasing Coupons

eBay sellers offer coupons to purchase. You can find some of those on this article or you can do your own specific search. This is an excellent way to get the exact coupons that you want and need.

Tips for Couponing...

The key is to match up the sales, store coupons and manufacturers coupons to create the best savings for the products that you want. This can take time and even some money to buy or print the coupons. Getting good at matching up the coupons and knowing where to look takes experience or help from a friend or book. There are a few books below from Amazon that can help get you started.

Selling your coupon finds. You can sell coupons as well as the items you purchase with your coupons on eBay and Amazon. Many couponers sell the un-needed items they purchase for free or deep discounts online and make great profits.

I look forward to hearing your finds and experiences in the comments below. Happy Couponing.

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      Ceres Schwarz 

      5 years ago

      Good hub on coupons. This is a great list of places where people can find and acquire coupons. It's also great how you added tips for couponing. This is a great way to save money.

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