Tuesday, November 2, 2010

Just a few sites to share

In the beginning, couponing can seem a bit overwhelming.  Each store has its own coupon policy.  Then you have to remember which stores double coupons.  There are so many websites available to take away some of the guess work of couponing.  Here are a few of the sites I like to check out on a regular basis.

http://www.savvyshopperdeals.com/  Make sure you set the location near you to find the deals for your area.  The sales are rated by how good of a deal it is, "Wow" meaning it is time to stock up.  All the prices are compared among the stores, so you can see where an item is cheapest.  You can also save the items to a shopping list to be printed out.  Links to printable coupons are available.  Thanks Michelle for all your hard work in the Savannah area!
http://www.southernsavers.com/ Another great website to see what is on sale and what coupons are available.  The lists are available by the stores.  Thanks Jenny!
http://www.hip2save.com/  I use this page to see what extra sweet deals are available.  Most of the sites I visit usually post these deals, but some may have them up faster than the other.  It is a great idea to look around daily, even if it is a quick look. 
http://www.allyou.com/  This site is great to sign up for their daily email for free samples.  My mailbox regularly hold samples and coupons that I have requested from the emails.  It's a great way to try out an item and get great coupons from the company.
http://www.smartsource.com/  Printable coupons.
http://www.redplum.com/  Printable coupons.
http://www.coupons.com/ Printable coupons.  I'm going to take this time to ask you PLEASE DO NOT COPY THE INTERNET COUPONS.  It is fraud.  Each printable coupon from these sites have its own serial number on it.  Your computer information can be traced through those numbers.  It doesn't matter if you pass the coupons at different stores, all the information goes back to the manufacturers.  We don't want the manufacturers to stop offering these great coupons, so let's all use them honestly.
http://www.pgeverydaysolutions.com/  Procter and Gamble has a great program that allows you to request available sample once a quarter.  You can also request coupons.
If you are looking for specific items, check out the manufacturer's website.  They often have coupons available.

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