- SUNDAY PAPER INSERTS
- BLINKIES – a small machine that spits out coupons at the stores; many are found at the grocery stores
- TEARPADS – a pad of coupons usually found on products displays, free-standing or on the shelves
- PEELIES & HANGTAGS – coupons found attached to the products.
- CATALINA – coupons that print at the register. It looks like a receipt printer – grocery stores, Target, Walgreens and Kmart have catalina machines
- STORE BOOKLETS – found at the store entrance, by the Pharmacy or at the Customer Service area. Target, Walmart and Walgreens usually have them.
- HOME MAILERS – coupons sent in the mail by companies
You are limited to print 2 coupons per computer/device but there are times when you’re allowed to print just 1. Printers are now mostly wireless and you can print from your phone using an app.
Remember to NEVER photocopy your coupons!
What I mean by that is to not make copies of your printed coupons to have more to use. This is because each coupon has a unique code (set of numbers). And using duplicate printed coupons is fraudulent. Think of it like making copies of money. Don’t do it.
I use an HP monochrome laser jet printer to print my coupons and it has saved me money on ink. It’s been years and I haven’t changed the toner even once! I’ve never had any problems with printing my coupons in black and color. It might be different in your case; ask the manager at your store to be sure.
This HP LaserJet Pro M15w Wireless Laser Printer is the world’s smallest laser printer regularly priced at $99 which is not bad considering laser printers used to be expensive and bulky. Also I see this go on sale all the time – keep your eyes peeled if you want to save money.
If you want a multi-functional wireless printer, this Brother monochrome laser printer is highly rated. This is regularly $160 but I also see it often on sale for $99. I like that there’s an automatic 2-sided print mode.
- Smart Source – http://www.smartsource.com
- Red Plum – http://www.redplum.com
- Coupons – http://www.coupons.com
- Procter & Gamble – http://www.pgeveryday.com/tag/coupon (you must signup/login)
- Common Kindness – http://www.commonkindness.com
- Box Top 4 Educations – http://www.boxtop4educations.com/coupons
- Betty Crocker – http://www.bettycrocker.com/coupons/printable (you must log-in/signup)
- Pillsbury – http://www.pillsbury.com/coupons (you must log in/signup)
- Healthy Essentials – http://www.healthyessentials.com – for Johnson & Johnsons products (you must signup/login)
- Lozo – http://www.lozo.com – this is a grocery printable coupons and rebates database (you must login/signup)
- Whole Foods – http://www.wholefoods.com/coupons
- Rite Aid – http://www.riteaid.com/savings (you must log-in) and http://www.facebook.com/riteaid (click on exclusive deals)
- Target – Cartwheel includes available mobile coupons and manufacture coupons
- Rite Aid – https://www.riteaid.com/savings/printable-coupons – this page has manufacture coupons from coupons.com and load2card (digital) coupons
- CVS – use CVS app or website for digital manufacture coupons
- Walgreens – you can also use the app or via the website here
- Check your favorite companies’ websites and look for printable coupons there. It’s usually located under “Offers” or “Coupons.”
- Check your favorite companies’ Facebook pages. Many also offer printable coupons exclusively for Facebook fans.
- Email your favorite companies and ask for coupons.
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