The internet is a great place to find coupons. And all you need is a printer and you can start printing your way to savings from these awesome Canadian coupons sites.
If you’re really serious about couponing, don’t forget to sign up for these coupon sites newsletter. Some of these sites only carry a limited supply of coupons and you might miss out on the good ones.
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Best Canadian Coupon Sites
Looking to start saving some money on your groceries. Coupons are a fairly simple way to do that.
Keep in mind you won’t end up like those extreme couponers on TV. Especially not in Canada. Canadian grocery stores and many of the Canadian coupons have way more limits than those from the show. But if you’re looking to save on products that you’re already buying, couponing is a great way to accomplish that.
Looking for other ways to get coupons? Check out this post here: Where to Find Coupons
These coupons are for Canadian sites only. Not Canadian? Check out this post: Best Coupon Sites.
Here’s my list of the best Canadian Coupon Sites.
When looking for coupons online Save.ca is a great coupon site. You’ll need to sign up for an account to start printing off or mailing off their coupons.
Pay attention to the type of coupon your getting. If it has a little envelope, those are coupons that will be mailed out. You have to have at least 3 coupons to get the Mail-To-Home coupons. If the coupon has a printer on it, those coupons are print-at-home coupons.
In my experience, Smart Source tends to have more coupons than Save.ca.
Start searching through their coupon list and click the clip checkbox as you go. Once you’ve “clipped” all the coupons you want, scroll to the top and click the “PRINT COUPONS” button.
The “PRINT COUPONS” button will prompt an Adobe document to download. Once you open the document it will ask you to print. You have to say yes or it won’t work.
Don’t worry about remembering this information. Smart Source will walk you through everything.
PGeveryday.ca is a great place to find P&G brand coupons. P&G brands include Pampers, Downy, Charmin, Febreze, Gillette and a ton more.
Like most of the coupon printing sites, you’ll need an account before you start printing. Add the coupons that you need to your basket. Click the basket when you’re ready to print your coupons.
For all Websaver’s printable coupons, simply click the coupon you’d like to print. This link will send you straight to a 5 step guide on how to print off your coupons.
Don’t have a printer, or looking to gather some coupons by mail? Websaver.ca powers another website called Zebracoupons.com. These coupons come from both Smartsource.ca and Websaver.ca.
Websaver also has Digital coupons that can access right on your phone in-store.
After clipping all your coupons from Valpak, you’ll need to enter your phone number and verify it with a code to start printing.
GoCoupons doesn’t have a whole bunch of coupons but it’s definitely worth a look. Usually, it has a couple of coupons that aren’t on other coupon sites.
07. Tasty Rewards
Tasty Rewards is the perfect name if you’re looking for some deals on treats. They have coupons for Pepsico drinks (Pepsi, 7Up, Crush, etc), Frito Lay (Lay’s, Tostitos, Cheetos) and Quaker.
There are 2 ways to save. You can sign up (or login) to an account and print your coupons right from the site. Or you can use the digital coupons and login in with your Websaver account and add the coupons to your Websaver wallet. The Print Coupons and Digital Coupons might not always be the same.
08. Brand Websites
I’ve made a list of a few that I use. If you haven’t found any coupons for a particular brand, head over to Google. Search “___BRAND___ Coupons Canada”
- Chapmans (It’s only one coupon but it’s a $4 coupon)
- Kimberly-Clark (You can sign up at any one of their brand sites and it will show you all the Kimberly-Clark coupons. This link will send you to Kleenex, cause that’s the one I use.)
09. Store Websites
If I didn’t list the store below, don’t worry Store coupons are super easy to find. All you have to do is Google “_Your Store Name_ coupons”
- No Frills / Superstore / Loblaws
- Sobeys & Safeway (Sobeys & Safeway don’t have coupons, but they do have offers that can earn you bonus Airmiles)
Not looking for Canadian Coupon Sites? Here’s a list of American Coupon Sites instead.
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