Posts tagged ‘Couponing’

June 24, 2010

Target Coupons

Did you know you can print off Target coupons on their website? One thing cool about this is some of them are actual store coupons not manufacture coupons. Why does that matter? You can use two coupons! Most store including Target allow you to stack one store coupon and one manufacture coupon for added savings! So if you have a Tide coupon from the manufacture for $1 off any and a Target coupon for $1 off any you save $2 off the price. If you get it on sale even better!

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June 23, 2010

Where Can I Get Coupons?

There are many resources to get coupons!

Sunday Paper-
You can subscribe which is what I currently do or you can stop by a store on Sunday and buy some. Decide which is the most cost-effective for your family. Some stores have Sunday papers on sale Monday morning, but you risk them being sold out! We Use Coupons suggests 5 newspapers each week.

Wondering why you need 5 papers? Watch for info here!

Internet Coupons –
There are so many resources available to get coupons online. You can visit the manufactures website and print them or request them. “Like” the manufacture on Facebook and watch for coupons. Do the same for your favorite stores!

Visit the coupon insert sites Red Plum, Smart Source. and Proctor and Gamble.

You can also do a simple search for coupons online in your favorite search engine.

E-Coupons – See my recent post

In the Mail –
Join a coupon exchange or train. I have an exchange where we send coupons to each other in the mail. Contact me for more info. You can also join a coupon train on We Use Coupons.

When you sign up with the stores or manufactures they will send you coupons in the mail also!

Ebay or clipper service
On Ebay you can get the inserts or individual coupons you are looking for. Here is a clipper service.

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June 22, 2010

E-Coupons

Electronic Coupons are coupons that you can load on to your shoppers card! There are several sites you can can do this with and it depends on your you store if they participate. It is really easy! You just visit the site, register your shopper card number(s) and add your coupons. Check back often for new coupons sometimes they will send you an email notice of new arrivals. Be sure to read the specifications for each coupon so you get the right item/amounts to redeem the coupon, if not, it simply will not register. Each coupon can be used once and usually will register even if you are using a paper coupon too! 

Cellfire: Coupons added on Sundays for the following stores
•Baker’s
•City Market
•Dillons
•Fry’s
•Fred Meyer
•Gerbes
•Hilander
•JayC
•King Soopers
•Kroger
•Owen’s
•Pay Less
•QFC
•Ralphs
•Scott’s
•Smith’s
•Carrs
•Dominick’s
•Genuardi’s
•Pavilions
•Randall’s
•Safeway
•Tom Thumb
•Vons 

Coupons are updated for Cellfire on Tuesdays for these stores:
•ShopRite
•Giant Eagle
•Shop n Save 

Shortcuts stores:
• Bakers
• Carrs/Safeway
• City Market
• Dillons
• Cominicks
• Food 4 Less
• Fred Meyer
• Fry’s
• Genuardi’s
• Gerbes
• Giant Eagle
• Hilander
• Jay C
• King Soopers
• Kroger
• Owen’s
• Pavilions
• Pay Less
• QFC
• Ralphs
• Randalls
• Shop n Save
• Smiths
• Vons
• Tom Thumb 

Proctor & Gamble Coupons:
• Safeway
• Carrs
• Dominicks
• Genuardis
• Pavillions
• Randalls
• Vons
• Tom Thumb
• Kroger 

Upromise:
Click to see their store list… Too many to list! Their coupons are updated monthly 

Also check your individual store’s website they often have their own coupons listed there as well. 

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June 22, 2010

Coupon Trends!

Did you know there are 367 billion coupons printed annually and according to recent reports those coupons average $1.44. That is a lot of potential savings for the average consumer. However, in 2009 there were only 3.3 billion coupons redeemed!

Another report said that 82.9 percent of people in the $25,000 – $50,000 income range used coupons, the highest usage of any income group. Why aren’t all income groups using coupons? We as consumers I losing $1000s of dollars each year by not using coupons. Is it not worth your time to keep money in your pockets? If I spend 2 hours preparing my coupons and shopping list and save $50 that trip I just paid myself $25 per hour! I go shopping 2 times a month and save $50 each trip that is an extra $1200 a year in savings. That would sure make a nice vacation! Add that up for the next 20 years and you have saved $24,000. That is a nice car. This is just the beginning, save even more if you are stockpiling and getting rock bottom deals!

All this being said, coupons are worth everyone’s time. Manufactures are giving you free money, take advantage of it. Why are you paying more than you have to? Why not save more?

Start today and starting saving for your future!

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June 21, 2010

Get the latest information for your local grocery stores!

Unfortunately, I can’t cover every grocery store; however, I can provide you with a great resource! Grocery Store Deals on WeUseCoupons Get all the inside info. Is there an unannounced sale? New clearance items? Coupon policy changes? Get it all in one place!

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