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Thread: Getting grocery coupons?

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    Super Member redkimba's Avatar
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    Any ideas on how to get coupons for groceries? I don't subscribe to the local Sunday paper (it's $3.00 now). I have the little city paper that's free, but they have just a small amount.

    (ok, I'm being really cheap, but I want more money for fabric...)

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    Ask your neighbors, they might want to get rid of theirs after reading it. Especially if you do them any favors.

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    Try www.couponmom.com and grocerycoupons.com

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    I just get the ones in the small local weekly paper. Once in a great while I will pick up a Sunday paper, but I just don't find many coupons on items that my family uses. And I refuse to buy a product I would not normally buy just to use a coupon.

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    Some stores have their sale papers online and coupons you can print out.

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    Go to coupons.com and sign up to receive them through e-mail. You will have to print them out on your printer, but they still work. I have used many of those kinds of coupons.

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    Thecouponmaster.com

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    Do you have a recycling center that lets you pick through the newspapers?

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    my grocery store sends me coupons in the mail. king soopers.

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    this is great I too have been searching for non payment places to print coupons thanks

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    Also try the manufacturer's websites for products you use.

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    If your local market has a reward card then sign up for their emails too. I get lots that way. I also get them from the sites of the brands I use the most.

    Also, our local library has a coupon exchange bin. You can put in what you don't use and take what you can use. If they don't have one see if they would start.

    I really don't like many of the on-line coupon sites. Some of our local markets don't except them plus you have to download their "special" software that is loaded with spyware.

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    Lots of coupons can be printed off computer from free sites. Redplum.com, smartsource.com, coupons.com.
    Also, some dollar stores sell local sunday paper for $1, our local sun. paper is $2.
    Just some thoughts, I save at least 50% everyweek.

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    swap papers with your neighbors. We have a coupon exchange with three of our neighbors.

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    Go to coupons.com and get them by e-mail.

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    call the manufacturers any time you have a complaint or compliment for their products. I get lots of coupons that way.

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