Monday, October 18, 2010

Where to find a coupon?

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Have you ever needed a certain item and wondered if we had a coupon available for it? It happens to me all the time and instead of searching aimlessly through my stacks of coupon inserts, I have 2 wonderful resources I use to help me find coupons.

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Finding Newspaper Insert Coupons

Wouldn't it be wonderful if someone kept a comprehensive list of all the coupons we receive in our newspaper inserts? Wait- someone does! Pinching Your Pennies maintains such a list, adding the coupons that come in the newspaper each and every week. Coupons are regional, so they even have list for other states like California, Nevada, Arizona, Idaho, Oregon and parts of Washington. See all the coupon lists here.
Coupons are in alphabetical order by brand name. Remember, SS stands for Smart Source, PG stands for Proctor & Gamble and RP stands for Red Plum.

Finding Printable Coupons

A few months ago I started using Hot Coupon World's Coupon Database to find printable coupons and I love it! It's easy to use and very up-to-date.

Simply type in a brand item here, pause for your coupons to load in the and see what's available. Links are directly embedded in the list for printable coupons!

6 comments:

Michelle said...

Thank you!!! I have been wondering if/where I could get info like this! Thanks!

Laura said...

I also use http://supercouponing.coupontom.com/ to look up coupons. This website will find coupons in the paper as well as printables. If the link does not work try getting there from www.jillcataldo.com

Anonymous said...

When I registered for the "Hot coupon World's Coupon Database," it asked if I was referred, and by who. If we use your user name as the person who referred us, would that be helpful for you? If so, what user name should we list?

Katie said...

I also really like afullcup.com's coupon database. It will list coupons from printable sources, newspapers, magazines, peelies, coupons found in packages, everything!

jenheadjen said...

Oh wow, this is great. I was just thinking this same thing yesterday. Very helpful, thank you!

Ann said...

Thanks for the resources! Great info!

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