Nov 242013
 

Originally, I started this article as an arrow pointing to places to help save money.  As I started my research, I learned there is so much to using coupons that many people probably do not realize can help them in the worst of times or even if you are not doing so bad can give an extra income boost if properly used.  Here are some interesting things that my research has taught me!  You can search for just about any kind of coupon you want or need by using some simple, free coupon websites.

  1. http://thekrazycouponlady.com

Tips for extreme couponing, tons of information, printable coupons etc.

  1. http://www.coupons.com

Clip and print coupons for savings of over 830.00 with easy to use category selections, meter, and search locally or connect with blog.

 

  1. http://www.smartsource.com

Print or get on your card and social media outlets

 

  1. www.upromise.com

Save towards college with this neat site.  Print coupons or earn points by shopping and saving online

 

  1. http://www.thecouponclippers.com

Savings in the form of paper, online, or printable ability to track savings are available here.

 

  1. http://www2.dollargeneral.com/Ads-and-Promos/Coupons/pages/Index.aspx

Promotions and printable coupons from dollar general and other nationwide stores are available at this neat webpage.

 

  1. http://www.savingsmania.com

It is amazingly easy to find coupons by store or site with many outsourced sites that also provide coupons in the search engines this site has.

 

  1. www.retailmenot.com

This site features coupons for in store use and online usage that are easy to print.

These websites will give you the resources needed to start your savings almost immediately but if you happen to have no internet connection with a printer available there are other options.  Do not worry because I can help you find the right places to get your coupons for minimal prices or even for free!

Many people buy the Sunday paper and throw away the inserts thinking that they are just annoying trash and waste of paper.  Ask your friends and neighbors for their inserts from the Sunday papers or go to your local stores and see if they have a paper that they usually keep by the door with free promotions or coupons.  Sometimes your local convenient stores will allow you to have the papers that aren’t sold after the week is over.  There are some community websites where items are either traded or given away free when no longer needed which are great places to look.

Did you know that many stores have their own coupon policy?  You can either find them online or ask for a printout at the store you frequent if you would like to learn more.  The reason I have done this myself is that some stores are required to pay you the overage if you use a coupon that covers more than the current value of the product.  Wal-Mart is one of those stores that have this policy.  Other stores only take manufacturer coupons or do not accept printed coupons at all.  It is very important to educate yourself of the policies of the stores you use most often so that you can better understand if you are saving yourself money or adding a hassle to your everyday, already stressed life.

Many people have made extra spending money just by Extreme Couponing.  I think this is a very fascinating concept since coupons have been around for centuries and many people have completely forgotten that they exist.  So next time you are getting ready for a long trip to the grocery store take some coupons and a list that has the items you have coupons for on it!  Happy Saving.

Mary M.

http://chattinwitm.com

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