I've been enjoying The Dollar Stretcher for a few years now but am confused about one thing...coupons. There are many articles stating that people save a lot on toothpaste, deodorant, food, etc. But every time I go to those sites the only coupons they have are internet coupons where you save on DVD's or flowers. I want coupons that you take to a grocery store and save on. I am so frustrated that I can't find a single one. Hopefully, someone can put this question into the site and I can get some answers on how to find legitimate and useful coupons.
Yes, you can find coupons on the internet! One costs a little but is a great way to get coupons for the products you use regularly. It's TheCouponClippers.com. It's a reputable site that I've used frequently. The coupons cost from $.05 - $.12. If you're looking for more free coupons, try buying the Sunday newspapers in your area.
The best deals I get are using the coupons included in the Sunday paper. When an item is on sale and you have a coupon for it, you can get it for cheap or sometimes free. For example, this week I am getting Arrid deodorant, Victoria Diced Green chili's, Lipton Pasta & Sauce (or Rice & Sauce) and Tic Tacs for free at Bashas' because they automatically double all coupons.
Go to MyCoupons.com. Next go to the shopping boards, then to Tips of the Trade. You will learn a lot from this board about how people save on coupons. You can find some coupons if click on grocery and health and beauty. Most of the coupons are for other things. But occasionally, I find coupons I can use.
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