How to get coupons:
12-01-2010, 09:19 PM
How to get coupons:
You're going to want access to as many coupons as you can find! A good place to start is getting The Sunday Press for the largest city near you (this will have the most coupons) You may want multiple copies of the paper as its an excellent way start stocking up on coupons. Coupon inserts are included in every Sunday paper except when its around a holiday time. Then there may be a week with no coupon booklets.
If money is tight I would at least start with getting one paper every Sunday possible. If you have a little extra in your budget I recommend getting at least 2-3 copies of the Sunday paper so help maximize your savings as you will quickly build a stockpile and never have to pay full price again!
Inserts found in the Sunday Paper
Smart Source = SS
Redplum aka Valassis = RP
Proctor and Gamble Saver = P&G
General Mills (seldom) = GM
Kraft and others!
These coupon booklets feature dozens of coupons on brand name items!
You would be surprised how many of the magazines you already read are containing more and more coupons. These days many magazines have coupons in them. Sometimes it may make a difference in the coupons received if you received the magazine by subscription or purchased in the store.
Though many magaizines are containing price savings coupons the leader with the most coupons is by far the ALL YOU magazine! All you is a great resource for extra coupons. This family friendly magazine can be purchased at Walmart or is available by subscription. Take this opportunity for a FREE Trial Issue to see what kinds of coupons can be found CLICK HERE. Often these coupons are of high value and really come in handy for excellent price savings!
We index these coupons in our matchups also. All you Exclusive coupons some available now by print CLICK HERE.
SO now we have access to print:
Cellfire paperless coupons
Don't forget about our Meijer Mealbox coupon generator to help you save more money and paper too!
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All these coupons centrally located in One Place to save you time and more money!!
Here is the main page link http://mypricesavings.com/coupons/
Remember these coupons update very often so its good to check these pages from time to time so you are sure not to miss any
Help for printing coupons read this thread: http://mypricesavings.com/forums/Thread-...ng-Coupons
ONLINE (FACEBOOK AND OTHERS)
Many coupons are now available at random times on facebook and other online sites. You will want to keep an eye on this thread: http://mypricesavings.com/forums/Forum-F...d-Freebies for all the hottest new facebook coupons!
Subscribe to the MPS internet printables thread here to get notified of all the newly released coupons: http://mypricesavings.com/forums/Forum-I...oupons-IPs
COUPONS BY MAIL
Did you know that you could email companies to request coupons? Well if you didn't I am here to let you know that when you contact companies to tell them either how much you like, don't like or just want to try their product, most time they will send you coupons in the mail. And a lot of times they are high value coupons!
Read more about this here: http://mypricesavings.com/forums/Thread-...st+coupons
You can also read more here: http://mypricesavings.com/forums/Forum-Coupons-By-Mail
Vocalpoint.com is an excellent resource for high value coupons. It is completely free to sign up and easy to do. Once you join they will periodically mail you free coupons. Quite often you can pair the coupons they send you with a great sale and get many things for free. They usually don't expire for a few months either. Sign up now and save even more
Savings From: http://mypricesavings.com/forums/Forum-Vocalpoint
PEELIES AND TEARPADS
A "peelie" is a coupon that is attached to an item and should only be removed if you are planning on purchasing that item immediately.
Tearpads are multiple coupons attached to a pad located in the store and or near products and are there for us to take a few and we can even save for a better sale price!
Keep in mind there are coupons all over the place. Hangtags, hanging on items, coupon blinkie machines usually red or black machines. Take what you need and please do not be excessive..
Also take a look inside the box of the product (once purchased) for additional coupons.
PAPERLESS MOBILE COUPONS
Many manufacturers and stores are really utilizing technology wise these days with adding the ability to use price savings coupons with your mobile phone. Its as easy as registering your mobile number on the website of your choice:
Target mobile coupons: http://sites.target.com/site/en/spot/pag...ext_alerts
Meijer mperks mobile coupons: http://www2.meijer.com/mperks/Welcome.aspx
Kroger ecoupons: http://www.softcoin.com/Sites/Kroger_ECo...ler/Kroger
Cellfire coupons: http://mypricesavings.com/cellfire.php
Shortcuts ecoupons: http://shortcuts.com/
Some coupons use a bar code you just show the cashier, other mobile coupons you will need to "clip" from the designated website, clip to add to account and then you simply enter your mobile number in a specific keypad to redeem the coupons.
*Each company/store has they own rules, regulations and exclusions regarding the mobile coupons and you must remember that standard text charges may apply.
STORE SPECIFIC COUPONS
These can be found in coupon booklets, loaded onto store savings or loyalty cards, in the weekly store sales ad, online to print out, in-store, coupons that print out and most of the time the store specific coupons can be stacked (used in conjunction with a manufacturers coupon) So 1 store coupon+1 MQ per item!
More about coupon sources and new posts here: http://mypricesavings.com/forums/Forum-Coupon-Sources
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