Coupon Resources & Websites
The best place to find coupons is in your Sunday paper. Here in Central Illinois that means the Chicago Tribune. Because I do not LIVE in Chicago anymore, it costs $3 ($1.50 if you are in Cook County) but only 5o cents per issue for Sunday only delivery if you SUBSCRIBE. I buy 1 paper for every family member in my house, so that means I buy 4 papers.
Coupons are everywhere if you start looking for them. Here are all the varieties of coupons and where to find them:
Inserts: Coupons found in your Sunday newspaper in the section with the store weekly ads. Check out our Coupon Preview each week!
Blinkies: Pull these coupons from the “blinking” machines at the grocery store
Tearpads: Pads of coupons typically found on special displays at the store, tear off one or two or three…
Winetags: Coupons that hang on the neck of a bottle of wine, they may or may not require a purchase of wine to use the coupon
Peelies: Coupons that are stuck to the actual product
Home Mailers: Coupons that are sent directly to your mailbox
Internet Printables (IPs): Coupons that are printed from the internet – not all stores accept these.
You can also find coupons in magazines. All You is a magazine sold only at Walmart and it almost always has great coupons in it.
You should definitely use a free email address (yahoo, gmail, hotmail) specifically for freebies and samples. This way, if there is any unwanted email it will go to your “deals” email and not your personal email!