Ever wonder where people find all those coupons from? Well here is a list of the most common places you can find coupons!
- Betty Crocker (need to sign up)
- Pillsbury (need to sign up)
- Tablespoon (need to sign up)
- Savingstar – electronic coupons
Please be advised when printing coupons you may be asked to install a coupon printer before you can print any coupons. The coupon printer installation will not harm your computer and you only need install it the one time. Unless of course you get a new hard drive or computer.
Other Places to find Coupons
Coupons are everywhere! I am seeing more and more coupons available! I can’t go into a store without seeing coupons. So keep your eyes out for them!
Sunday Papers – Finger Lakes Times, Democrat & Chronicle, etc
*Good idea is to ask friends, family, and co workers to save their coupons for you even if it is just their left overs!
Inside boxes or the outside products packages
Stores themselves – tearpads…..coupons on a pad in store that you can tear off, blinkies…machine hanging in aisles with blinking light (both okay to take without buying item) , peelies…coupons stuck onto the product (not okay to take off product without buying item)
Sign ups – Almost every product has a website you can go to. Sometimes they offer coupons when you sign up. Also check their facebook pages as well. Everyone has a facebook page now a days!
- Check your favorite store’s website. They may offer electronic coupons you can add to your store loyalty card. They will come off when you purchase those items in store.
Hope This is Helpful!
Kristy – My Momma Taught Me