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Whether you still read a traditional newspaper or use your smartphone for virtually everything, there are few excuses for not using coupons. Unless, of course, you enjoy paying more than necessary.
Coupons can now be found in multiple forms accessible through various means, from newspapers to mobile apps.
In fact, digital coupons are found in so many places that it can be hard to keep up. So, we’ve rounded up seven major sources of manufacturer coupons that anyone with an internet connection can access. All are free.
By “digital coupon,” I simply mean coupons found online or through apps. The three main ways to use digital coupons are to:
- Print them out and bring them to the store, redeeming them by handing the printouts to the cashier at checkout. These are often referred to as printable or paperless coupons.
- Electronically send them to a store loyalty card, redeeming them by using the card at checkout.
- Obtain and redeem them via an app.
Major sources of digital coupons include the following.
This website is perhaps the largest source of manufacturer coupons. The coupons can be printed out from the website, or accessed and redeemed via the Coupons.com app.
This site offers manufacturer coupons that can be printed or saved to a grocery-store loyalty card.
This site offers manufacturer coupons that can be printed, accessed via app or redeemed via grocery-store loyalty card. Note that SmartSource refers to the last option as “Direct2Card.”
This website specializes in manufacturer coupons for natural and healthy products. They are printable coupons.
5. Manufacturer websites
Many manufacturers offer coupons directly to consumers on their brands’ websites. Just to name a few, examples include the websites of:
So, poke around the websites of your favorite brands to see if they offer digital savings.
Additionally, some giant corporations that own many brands offer coupons for all of their brands in one place. For example, Procter & Gamble does this through its P&G Everyday program, and General Mills does it through its Tablespoon program.
6. Retailer websites
Many major retailers offer manufacturer coupons through their own websites. For example, Walgreens’ site offers manufacturer coupons that you can add to your Walgreens loyalty card with the click of a button.
So, check your favorite retailers’ websites for options.
7. Retailer apps
To find out whether a retailer has its own app, visit its website or search a legitimate app store, like Apple’s App Store or Google Play.
To learn how to get the most savings out of manufacturer coupons, check out “6 Stores That Allow Coupon Stacking.”
What’s your favorite source of manufacturer’s coupons? Let us know by commenting below or on our Facebook page.
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