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Where To Find Coupons

By - Posted on October 18, 2016

Where to Find Coupons

To say that consumers like to save money using coupons would be an understatement. Take a look at these recent statistics:

  • According to RetailMeNot, over half of consumers use a coupon in at least one of every four purchases.
  • 45.1% of millennials use coupons according to CCG Catalyst.
  • The intelligent media delivery company Valassis reports that among affluent household shoppers, 56% enjoy using coupons, and 87% believe that coupons save them a lot of money.

You don’t have to be an extreme couponer to take advantage of all the money-saving benefits coupons have to offer. Even a casual coupon user can rack up savings of hundreds of dollars a year. That’s a nice chunk of cash that you could use to pay down credit card bills, contribute to an emergency savings fund, or put toward a much-deserved vacation.

A dollar-off coupon for an item that you were going to purchase anyway is like someone is actually handing you a dollar. A coupon for a new product gives you an opportunity to try a different brand or product without paying full price. If you are trying to cut costs – and who isn’t? – using coupons is one of the easiest money-saving tactics to incorporate into your daily life.

Are you ready to spend less on everything from groceries and household products to personal care items, entertainment and more? The first step to jumping on the couponing bandwagon is to start compiling coupons.

Some people are under the misconception that finding coupons is very time consuming. With all the resources available today, obtaining coupons is actually quite easy. Here are just a few of the sources for getting the coupons you need to save money on all types of products, brands and services.

Sunday paper

The Sunday newspaper has been a long-time staple for finding coupons.  If you do not currently have a subscription to the newspaper, ask your family and friends who do if you can take the coupons that they are not using.

Online

The following websites have printable manufacturer coupons as well as store coupons for local and national retailers and grocery stores.  Some sites also feature promo codes that you can use for online shopping, as well as tips for cutting costs and stretching your dollars.

CoolSavings

Coupons.com

Groupon

Lozo

RedPlum.com

RetailMeNot

SmartSource

The Krazy Coupon Lady

Apps

There are many apps that make it easy to access coupons or earn cash back from the convenience of your mobile device.  Some of the apps allow you to link to a store’s loyalty card.

Coupons.com

Grocery IQ

iobotta

TheCoupons App

SavingStar

Social Media

Businesses and brands frequently reward their Facebook, Twitter and Instagram followers with coupon codes and other special offers, so be sure to follow your favorites.

Email

Sign up for email alerts from the brands and businesses you love. Email subscribers are often privy to exclusive coupon codes and other discounts.  Also sign up if you are shopping at an online retailer for the first time – retailers usually like to entice new visitors with a special coupon code.

Why spend more than you have to?  Be a savvy consumer and get into the habit of shopping with coupons whenever possible. A little bit of effort can add up to a lot of savings over time.

Now that you know where to find coupons, read the article 6 Easy Couponing Tips to learn how to make the most out of them!

Posted in Financial Tips & Advice