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Where to Find Grocery Coupons

Updated on March 13, 2011

Are you planning to utilize coupons as part of your strategy to save money on your grocery bills? Used properly, couponing can make a huge difference in the amount of money that you spend each month at the supermarket.

If you want to make the most of coupon savings, you'll want to make sure you check out every possible resource for locating cents of offers for food and household supplies. If you're wondering where to find coupons you can use at the grocery store, you've come to the right place.

Resources for Finding Supermarket Coupons

1. Local Newspaper
Even if you rely on the Internet for most (or all) of your news and current events, it's hard to beat the local newspaper as a resource for coupons. If you live in an area where there is a daily newspaper, you'll want to check the Sunday paper for coupon inserts each week. You'll also want to find out which day the publication has an editorial section dedicated to food. This is typically the day that grocery stores insert their sale circulars and that food manufacturers advertise their products.

2. Magazines
Many food companies advertise in magazines targeted at women that focus on home and family issues. Family Circle, Women's Day, Better Homes and Garden, and other publications that target the same population may be good resources for coupons that you can use at the supermarket to save money on your grocery bill.

4. Food Manufacturer Websites
Visit the websites of food companies that make products that your family enjoys. You'll be pleasantly surprised to learn that many of them offer coupons for site visitors to download. Additionally, many food companies will send you coupons and other special offers when you sign up to receive their newsletters – which also typically include coupons. For example, allows visitors to sign up to receive a free subscription to the company's Food and Family magazine, as well as to receive a free e-newsletter that typically contains special discount offers only for subscribers,

5. Freebie and Coupon Websites
There are a number of consumer-oriented forums that focus on providing members of the community with a means to share tips and suggestions for saving money with each other. One excellent site is, an active forum in which members post information about special offers and freebies they have found online. Members who have coupons they won't use will often make what they have available to other visitors on a first-come, first-served basis.


Do you have other ideas for places to look for coupons? Feel free to post your suggestions in the comments box below!


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