Coupons are one of the easiest ways to save money at the grocery store. Contrary to popular belief, you don't have to rush out and buy arm loads of Sunday papers to get a great stash of coupons. Free printable coupons are now widely available online.
If you love your weekend paper, online resources can add to your coupon cache. On the other hand, if you get all of your news from the internet and only buy a paper for the coupons, then printable coupons can save you the cost of news you won't use.
Online coupon sites make the process easier and more streamlined allowing you to search for a specific brand or category of coupon. This can be a real time saver, eliminating the need to shuffle through and scan dozens of insert pages.
For those who think coupons aren't worth the trouble, start thinking of them as another form of money. If someone were to hand you dollar bills and coins to spend at your local store, would you use the money or throw the it away? Every time you toss coupons for products you need and use, you're throwing away free money.
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Smart Source, Red Plum and Proctor & Gamble publish three of the most widely available coupon inserts found in the Sunday papers. Coupons.com started offering coupons online in 2001 and offers a great selection of printable coupons.
Many company websites offer additional coupons and special offers that you won't see anywhere else. Below I've included a list of some of the companies that regularly offer coupons online.
Grocery stores including Target Super Stores, Kroger.com, WalMart and WinnDixieGroceryStores.com also offer printable coupons.