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Top 10 Ways to Find Printable Coupons

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Top 10 Ways to Find Printable Coupons

Living Rich With Coupons is our motto and finding coupons is our game.  We find them, you use them and everyone saves.  But, where do we find them?  Ah, that’s the secret.  Searching for coupons is just the start of the fun of saving.  Sometimes they are in plain site and sometimes they are hidden.

Here are our Top 10 Resources for finding the best Printable Coupons out there.

1. Top Printable Coupon Website

The number one resource for coupons are some of the top coupon websites.  These websites hosts coupons from major brands and some may even update them every day.  Here are the most popular sites but be sure to check the full list on our Printable Coupons page.

2. Target.com

Target is a great source for Target Store Coupons but did you know that you can also get Printable Manufacturer Coupons on the site as well?  The questions is always, how can you tell which coupon is a manufacturer coupon and which is a Target Store Coupon.  There is a simple way to tell.

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  • Manufacturer Coupons:  In the description look for the words “When You Buy” followed by the product information as shown in the first image on the left.
  • Target Store Coupons:  In the description look for the words “with purchase of” followed by the product description as shown in the center image or look for just the product description as shown in the third image on the right.

3. Mambo Sprouts

Mambo Sprouts is a great source for printable coupons for all natural, gluten free or organic products.  The coupons are powered by the same technology as Coupons.com so once you have downloaded the printing software for Coupons.com, you can print from Mambo Sprouts.

4. Brand Facebook Pages

Another great source for manufacturer Printable Coupons is directly from the Brand Facebook pages.  There are thousands of grocery brands on Facebook so, although it is impossible to follow every brand out there, find the brands you use most and “like” their page.  Companies will usually promote new or redesign products through their Facebook pages and, we find this avenue a top source for the higher value printable coupons.

5. Sign Up for Newsletter for Your Favorite Brands

Be sure to sign up for newsletters from your favorite brands.  Again, as we mentioned about the Facebook pages, there are thousands of grocery brands.  Choose 10 – 20 brands or products that you use a lot and get on their mailing lists.  Many times companies will send out exclusive coupons that are only available to subscribers which means we can not share links on the website to share with our readers.

6. Brand Websites

You found a great sale at your local stores, you’ve checked Coupons.com, our Coupon Database and can’t find coupons for the products in the sale.  Well, don’t forget to check the brand’s website.  Sometimes coupons are not always located on the front page of a website so look around and see what you can find.  You never know, there could be coupons hiding out there.  Or, better yet, find their customer service email on the site and shoot them an email and ask if there are any links for printable coupons.

7. Ads

If you are visiting grocery store pages, deal blogs (like Living Rich With Coupons) or similar type websites, keep your eye out for ads.  There have been many great printable coupons that are found through advertisements online so be sure to keep an eye out for them.

8. Grocery & Drug Store Websites & their Facebook Pages

Many of the grocery stores have printable coupons on their websites.  These coupons are usually the same coupons found on Coupons.com however, many times they will get exclusive manufacturer or even store coupons that are not available on the regular Coupons.com pages.  We have found some great coupons on some of the following grocery & drug store websites:

  • CVS.com
  • Hannaford.com
  • Walmart.com
  • Bi-Lo

9. Master List of Bricks Coupons

Did you know that there is a running list of Printable Coupons powered by Bricks technology?  What is Bricks Technology?  Good question!  It’s the printing technology that is used by Coupons.com.  Many manufacturers use this technology to promote their coupons through the various methods stated above.  There is a list of most (not all) of the latest Printable Coupons currently available using the Bricks Technology.  This is also referred to as Bricks Coupons.

10. Recyclebank

Another great source of coupons is a site called Recyclebank.  Recyclebank is slightly different since you have to “pay” for the coupons.  The form of payment is not cash but rather by using points you have earned from Recycling or learning about recycling by reading posts, playing game or taking a quiz.  Once you earn enough points you can turn them in to “pay” for your coupons.

 

 


  • nicole

    Thank you so much for all your hard work. You have helped our family tremendously. We are very grateful of every second, minute & hour you put into helping save money.

  • Jennifer

    Thanks so much for all of your great tips! I don’t even get a newspaper anymore b/c there are so many great printables out there!!

  • hue

    Thanks so much for these great tips.

  • Marissa

    What if I dont have a printer? Is there any other way of using coupons besides printing them? Would it be possible to have them on my phone for the cashier to scan??

    • Rocky

      In the Search field above (right hand side), type in Target Mobile Coupons or Dollar General Mobile Coupons. Those are a couple. Ibotta is another way you can use your phone to get coupon savings. Also, there are ‘hard copy’ coupons available in your Sunday newspapers each week (except for holiday weeks). You are not limited to printed or mobile coupons.
      But, sounds like you really should start following the posts on this site, because each day, there will be additional pieces of info that will add to your knowledge. Cindy lists all the available (types) of coupons that go with each deal. In the meantime, you can click on the doggy photo, above, where it says “Ask Bogo – couponing for beginners”. That will help round out your overall knowledge. Good luck!.

  • Sierra

    Why is it that every printable coupon site wants me to download their program? I don’t really like that idea, id like to just be able to simply print the coupons. Is this an option?






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