Where to Find Coupons

Coupons

A question I have been asked many times is where do I find all my coupons? Here are some places that I find my coupons, but always keep your eyes peeled for them!

Sunday Newspaper

These have your best coupon inserts in them. I would suggest buying at least one newspaper a week. You may find that you eventually want to buy a couple of newspapers a week to start stockpiling. Be sure to buy the most popular newspaper in your state. While your local newspaper may have coupons inside, the more popular newspaper will likely receive better inserts.

Printable Coupons

There are tons of printable coupons out there! You can start by visiting the product’s website, or check out the following sites:

Inside/On Packaging

Always check anything wrapped in plastic in a package and the inside/outside of the box before tossing it.

Magazines

Many magazines have coupons in them, specifically All You magazine. This magazine usually has around $80 in coupons, so you won’t be disappointed! If you don’t want a subscription, you can buy this magazine exclusively at Walmart.

In the Mail

When you sign up for samples, newsletters, or other freebies, many times they will send up a coupon with it. Look closely in or around the packaging for a coupon.

In-Store Booklets

Walgreens always has a monthly coupon booklet, and usually, there are coupons in the Diabetes and You magazine. Many other stores also have coupon booklets available. If you don’t see any in the store, be sure to ask at customer service!

Other Newspaper Coupons

Besides insert coupons, sometimes you can find coupons in Parade magazine, or in the actual print pages of the newspaper.

Blinkies

Many grocery stores have ‘blinkies’, coupon dispensers that blink, near products. These coupons can be used at any store.

Tearpads

These are coupons that you can tear off that are usually located near a product. These are usually manufacturer’s coupons that can be used at any store. Please do not take the whole tearpad!

Peelies

Sometimes you’ll get lucky and there’s already a coupon stuck to a product you want to buy! Please do not take the peelie if you’re not going to purchase the product.

Hangtags

These are coupons that hang on products like a 2 liter bottle of soda, or a bottle of shampoo. Please do not take the hangtag if you’re not going to purchase the product.

The Cosmetics Counter

The beauty advisors at my Walgreens are very generous with coupons! They have tons of coupons for personal care items, all you have to do is ask for one or two.

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