Thanks to the Internet, it’s easy to search for online coupons and store discounts. The trick is to know where to look to find the best deals. Here are five great sources for to help with this money-saving strategy.
Coupons.com: This site is a mecca for grocery coupons. Savings on everything from food items to personal care products are printable on demand. The site also tallies how much you’ll save with your coupons, provides promo codes for select retailers and services, and allows you to sign up to receive additional offers.
GrocerySmarts.com: Get hundreds of printable coupons by groups. Group A has food items and popular brands; Group B includes specialty foods/healthy food items; Group C features medicines, personal care products, and more; and Group D offers manufacturer’s coupons listed in alphabetical order. New coupons are added almost daily and are listed at the bottom of the home page for easy access. You can also hone your search for deals by state.
ShopatHome.com: The site represents more than 55,000 stores and brands, which are easily searchable. Click the coupons you want and print on demand. For specific retailers (Walmart, Target, etc.), the site also provides an email sign-up so you can get store deals.
SlickDeals.net: Aggregating the most popular coupons and deals, SlickDeals.com requires you to sign up. Once you’re in, you can share deals and vote for those you think are the best. The highest-ranking offers are then promoted to other members. Deals and offers cover everything from apparel and household products to toys and electronics.
MyCoupons.com: This site has been around for about 20 years, and it has a long list of promo codes for retailer categories such as clothing, food and beverages, jewelry, and sports and outdoors. What’s really helpful about MyCoupons.com is the store directory, which allows you to search for savings at your favorite retailers.
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