You can get free coupons without ever buying the Sunday newspaper. Even if you have never used coupons before, you have probably stood in the grocery line seeing someone else using a hand full of coupons and watching their total grocery bill go down to just a fraction of what the original price rung up at. There are three easy ways to get started with starting a stash of coupons, without spending money on buying a newspaper. Eventually you may find buying the Sunday newspaper worthwhile, or as some serious coupon users do, they buy multiple newspapers because they find those sunday coupon inserts profitable in the long run. Here are 4 easy tips for getting free coupons to save hundreds or thousands of dollars a year!
1. So your wife says “Honey, we are out of Q-tips. Next time you stop at the store can you pick them up?” You can immediately see if there is a coupon that exists for Q-Tips. The internet is chock full of free printable coupons. First go to this link: (you will search Google Blogs)
Then put in the words Q tips coupons or Q tips internet printable coupons. Now you will have the option to sort the results. Your best bet would be to look at results in the past month. This means you will see any reference made to Q-tip internet printed coupons that have been mentioned in blogs in the past month. You will be taken to a blog which will provide a link to the printable coupon.
As a general rule, most internet free printable coupons can be printed twice per computer. So, if you have 2 computers in the house you can print 4 coupons. If you have 3 computers in the house you can print 6 coupons. Again, this is a general rule, and general coupon blogging community shared experience. Some coupon sites will allow you only one print of a coupon. Whatever the site’s coupons rules are, abide by them.
2. There are many free coupon sites that regularly offer free printable internet coupons. These sites range from All You Magazine, Betty Crocker, Nestle, Pillsbury, Smart Source, Red Plum, Coupons.com, Coupon Divas and more. You can go to a web site such as Hot Coupon World
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and you will see current collections and lists of all the latest internet free printable coupons. Additionally if there are favorite products you normally buy such as Nabisco snacks or Organic Cereals such as Kashi or Barbara’s Bakery, or wheat free gluten free products such as Dreamfield’s pasta, then book mark your favorite manufacturer web sites to regularly print their newest coupon offerings and sign up for their email newsletters for special coupon offers, rebate deals and other loyal customer specials.
3. Think coupons even when it goes beyond grocery items. Before making an office purchase or electronic purchase, or linen or book or clothing purchase, search for printable coupons by using the Google blog search method too.
Again, look at the most recent entries so you are likely to find the most current coupons. You might save $15 on a $75 Office depot purchase, or 15 percent off your entire purchase at another store, or find a coupon code for free shipping on an internet order. All these coupon savings add up and will stretch your budget.
4. This is a trashy tip, but not one where you will get dirty. Let’s say you got a sweet coupon in the mail or a sweet coupon booklet, one where you say wow I will definitely use this coupon. Let’s say that coupon is for a free breakfast sandwich or a free iced coffee or whatever. Probably everyone who got mail that day in your neighborhood got the same “free coupon” and most people just throw them out. You have 3 trashy options. Trashy option number 1 is you can let the word out that you would love that coupon from your neighbor, co worker, etc. Trashy option number 2 is you can look at the area recycle bins or the apartment complex paper recycle bin and get some extra coupon inserts. Trashy option number 3 is at the post office you will likely find a whole stack of those free whatever breakfast sandwiches coupons thrown in the post office garbage can because most people regard it as junk mail. You can take a quick peek and see if a few are laying on top of the paper filled can and there you go, you got some extra coupons. Of course if you are new to couponing you might find the trashy tip unappealing. Once you have been couponing for a while you might not. As the old saying goes, one man’s trash is another man’s treasure.
Go ahead and bookmark a couple of coupon sites for free internet printable coupons. You will see immediate savings to your bidget and be thrilled!