Stretch your grocery budget using coupons from these amazing coupon sites. Grocery costs can add up fast and feeding a large family – and even a little one – can really eat into your budget.
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Best Coupon Sites
Swagbucks is a really cool site, I use it to earn gift cards to buy myself something special. But did you know you could also print grocery coupons from Swagbucks?
And you earn SB for printing these coupons. I mean you earn 1 SB but hey it’s something.
SmartSource is a clip & print coupon site like most coupon sites. This means you go through the list clip the coupons you want by clicking them. Once you’ve gone through the entire list, click the big red “PRINT COUPONS” button.
Get more offers on SmartSource by entering your Zip Code. This will give you access to offers that are only available in your area.
Also, don’t forget to sign up for an account to get exclusive coupons.
Coupons.com has a huge amount of grocery coupons available for both printable and digital coupons.
Similar to SmartSource, click the little blue plus sign to “clip” the coupons. Once you’ve clipped all your coupons hit the red printer image to start the printing.
Coupons.com also has an app that I highly recommend that you get.
You can also load coupons right on to your stores’ loyalty cards to save even more.
On top of their clip & print grocery coupons they offer, Savings.com also has online coupon codes for thousands of stores. And lots of variety on this coupon site from beauty to tech to sports to travel – they have tons of coupons.
The Krazy Coupon Lady isn’t like the other coupon sites. This site is like the ultimate coupon directory.
You search the coupons and they will link you to the mobile coupon, the printable coupon, and the newspaper to find the coupon.
Valpak has tons of coupons to clip & print. But you can also get local coupons and coupon codes for online shopping.
You can also “REQUEST ENVELOPE” which you request to get mailing list and get coupons delivered right to you.
08. P&G Everyday
P&G has loads of coupons for P&G products. The digital offers can be loaded to a shopper card or you can head over to the printable section and print them off. Or you could to both.
Lozo is a lot like The Krazy Coupon Lady, it’s a collection of coupons from all over the web. Including printable coupons, digital coupons, coupon codes, and rebates.
What is your favorite coupon site? Let me know below!
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