Couponing

There are all sorts of coupons including printed, digital, manufacturer, store, coupon codes, and so on. To get the best results, I recommend learning the rules of each store, the different kinds of coupons and deals available, and what can be combined.

Digital Coupons
  • Online Promotional Coupons/Codes. Use discount codes when shopping online. These are found on multiple third party sites.
  • Clip Coupons. These can be clipped (saved) on their app or site. Stores have them like Dollar General, Giant, Coupons.com, CVS, Rite Aid, and more. Amazon also has coupons that can be clipped. They can be found right under the price if there is one available. These can also be used along with discount codes.
Paper Coupons
  • Newspaper:
    • Subscribe. Sign up for a weekend delivery special.
    • Dollar Tree. $1 each, limit of 3 per day, Sat & Sun. They run out early.
  • Print: See the Coupons List for sites.
    • Manufacturer’s Sites. Several have a printable coupon section.
    • Third Party Sites. Manufacturer’s coupons found on other sites.
  • Via Mail. See the Coupons List for companies that will send them.
  • Kiosks. Some stores, like CVS, print special coupons in the store.
  • Magazines. They sometimes have coupons and samples inside.

Expired manufacturer coupons can be used by the US military, for up to six months past their date. You can mail them directly or send them to the Support Our Troops: Troopons Program. There are some guidelines on their site that you should review first.

Coupon Codes

These are codes that are entered at check out to receive a discount. More information can be found on the Coupon Codes page. Right now, I have a few sites listed to obtain codes for Amazon items. You can also get codes from affiliates, found in Facebook groups.


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