When I first started looking for coupons online, the problem I ran into was that every website I visited seemed to offer the same exact coupons. This is a list of a few of my favorite most reputable couponing websites. These coupon sites are the best places I’ve found to get up-to-date coupons for all your grocery needs. Some of these sites require some type of involvement in personal information such as; your name and email address, or even signing up for their subscription newsletters. Most of the sites also have the option to print the coupons you need right now. So if you are in need of printable coupons, email alerts, or just couponing tips, I’ll get you to the right place.
Coupons.com - This site has to be my favorite one stop coupon shop, mainly because it saves me time and effort with any method I choose to use in couponing. Whether its me clicking on the coupons I like and it being put directly on my grocers savings card, or clicking on the coupon and then printing them from my computer. If you’re having your coupons put directly on to your savings card you can still print a list as a reminder. I also like their newsletter because not only do they remind you of up coming coupons, they also send a preview of what they have which usually saves me the time of going to the site itself.
Free Coupon Alerts – is a simple site with everything laid out for you. They’re site is updated everyday with some of the best printable coupons. I really like to use this site when I’m hunting for a particular brand or product. They offer Facebook coupons, Ecoupons, and for the expired coupon hunter you were not forgotten. Check out this site and if you want to be updated for the upcoming alerts sign up for their email alerts.
RedPlum – gives you the latest coupons in personal, cleaning and grocery items. With this site you have the option of printing, sending it to a specific friend(s) or group, or sharing it on Facebook. You have the option to change location, so if you go out of town and need coupons you are ready to print.
Sunday Coupon Preview – This site is just what it says it is, the Sunday Preview. Stay a week ahead of the rest of the couponers, by signing up to their email newsletter you will get the next Sunday’s Preview. You can even print coupons directly from the site.
AFullCup Forums: You can find sections for all the top brands , as well as tons of grocery stores. You can talk about deals, coupons, and just even everyday things. A huge Coupon Database: from all sources and. Coupon Trading: Need a coupon or have a coupon you won’t use.
CellFire – is one site that you don’t have to print from. This site uses a better method for going to your favorite grocery store. With this site you would need to sign up, change your zip code and maybe the store. Then add your grocers discount savings card to your account and start adding coupons you want to save on or all of them. Finally start saving. Stores like Baker’s, City Market, Dillons, Fry’s, Gerbes, Hilander, JayC King, Soopers, Kroger, Owen’s, Pay Less, QFC, Ralphs, Scott’s, Smith’s, Carrs, Dominick’s, Genuardi’s Pavilions, Randall’s, Safeway, Tom Thumb Vons ShopRite
Select Coupon Program – This is the place where you can really pick up some great couponing tips. Susan really has this couponing game down pack with over 25 years of experience, and she has even been featured on “Good Morning America” for her couponing expertise. This site is unique in the fact that they will clip the coupons for you and deliver them to you by mail. Sign up and you can get $25 worth of free coupons.
Ebates – gives cash back to their site members on anything they purchase through their site. These sites are all together like an online mall, all in one place. They offer coupon codes on all name brands to save you time and money and then they offer cash back on top of that. Free $5 or $10 gift card for signing up.
Mr. Rebates – is a rebate site that is able to give cash back, also. Not only good for rebates, but they offer one of the best coupon programs for additional items like; clothes, electronics, flowers, travel, and gift cards. More than 2,000 name brand stores for you to choose from and earn cash back. I thought this might be fun due to the holidays so close. Free shipping is already in my basket. They’re program is free to sign up, and start out with a $5 registration bonus.
Totsy - is a children’s discount shopping website, saving parents up to 80% off of retail prices. Ages ranging from birth to about 7 years of age. This site even offers on prenatal care products, DVDs, toys, travel, bedding and bath supplies, as well as clothing for baby and mom. Sign up for daily deals for you and your growing family.
Zulily – offers deals everyday up to 90% off for moms, babies, and kids. Discounts and savings are for members only, and with the alerts for new arrivals that are sent to your email you can save more. This site also has stylish maternity for mom, exciting products for children ages birth to 8 years old. If you need to save some money on your little sweethearts check here too for great savings.
Coupon Surfer - This website is one of my top time savers, when it comes to printing coupons. Because Coupon Surfer has a list categorized by brand name and store, as well as popular categories; it takes less time for me to find the coupons I need, when making my grocery list. Easy site to use, bet you can sign up and print a coupon in less than 5 minutes. Wanna make it a challenge?