The Best Places to Find Coupons

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So recently I started a new hobby, couponing. I can’t really explain why but it’s fun and addictive. Since I’ve been sharing all of my huge savings with my friends and family, I’ve been getting a lot of questions. One of them is, “Where do I find coupons?” So I decided to make this list of my go-to places for coupon clipping. Here is where I find coupons for things I actually buy.
 
Apps. Whatever stores you shop at, download their app. I’m an app snob. Meaning I don’t like to clutter my phone but it’s honestly the best way to find coupons. In addition to retailer coupons some stores will also clip manufacturer coupons for you for additional savings.
 
Newspaper. Check you Sunday paper. Every week it’s bound to have a couple of goodies in there and every few weeks they are LOADED with coupons. It’s worth it to subscribe for a Sunday only delivery of your local newspaper. No lie, I found a coupon for a Sunday paper only delivery for $1.00 a week. So worth it.
 
Online. You can find lots of coupons at places like www.coupons.com and smartsource.com. Printable coupons use to give me a headache because of the printing restrictions but once I got the hang of it they became a routine favorite.
 
Manufacturers. Just ask. Shoot an email to the brands you buy telling them how much you like their product and ask for some coupons back. Most of them will be happy to send you some in the mail.
 
Receipts. In my opinion this is the most overlooked place. Always check your receipt. A lot of stores have coupons printed on their receipts or an online place where you can find them. This is where I find the most savings.
 
I love couponing but I refuse to spend too much time looking for savings. These places make coupon clipping quick and easy. I hope this helps.
 

from the lawyer next door,
Crystallace Fenn

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