Now that you know what types there are; where do you get your hands on manufacturer coupons? There are NINE fabulous places to look! After this step you will become the ultimate coupon hunter!
- Four main inserts you may find: Proctor & Gamble (P&G), redplum, SmartSource, General Mills (GM).
- The Sunday newspaper is one of the main and largest source of coupons.
- Insert coupons are always regional. Coupon type and amount varies according to city and newspaper.
- Type and number of inserts varies every week and sometimes there isn’t one, so check before you buy!
- They sometimes have blinking red lights in front of them, hence, “blinkies.”
- Dispensers are found in stores, in front of the product themselves.
- Looks like a notepad that you tear from, hence, “tearpads.”
- Found in stores, usually in front of the product themselves.
INTERNET PRINTABLE (IP)
- Internet coupons can only be printed two times per computer.
- manufacturer sites
- Coupons found on the packages themselves, you have to “peel” it off, hence peelie!
- They can sometimes be store coupons, so be sure to read it carefully!
- In-store product displays may have little booklets attached to them, check inside for coupons!
- A separate machine next to the cash register that prints coupons after you checkout.
- Sometimes these coupons are like cash and can be used to purchase anything in the store.
- Given to you by the cashier with your receipt.
- Paid services that provide coupons in large quantities.
- If you need extra coupons try looking on eBay or other coupon clipping services. I like CouponDeDe.
- All You is sold exclusively in Walmart or by subscription only
- It’s a monthly magazine that carries many high value coupons not found elsewhere.
- While you’re at it, check all your magazines for more coupons!
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