If you’re new to the world of printable Internet coupons, some of the resources below may be of some help.
- Coupon Search Database – A searchable database of both printable coupons (with links, of course!) and insert dates for physical coupons. Perfect if you’re hunting for a specific brand (Crest, Kellogg’s, etc) or general item “milk, bread, etc.” I mean, milk is milk, I’ll buy whichever brand has a coupon! But there’s only 1 brand that makes Oreos, if you get what I’m saying.
- Store Coupon Policies
- Coupon Printing Help
- Counterfeit Coupons – Found a coupon elsewhere that you think is too good to be true? See if it’s listed on the official counterfeit coupons page.
It’s worth noting that some of the sites below have trouble working with Firefox, so you’ll want to use Internet Explorer whenever you decide to go coupon hunting. In addition, some of the sites will want you to download a very small program the first time you try to print a coupon. This is completely normal and is 100% safe.
Printable Coupon Sites
Coupons.com – Hands down the #1 leader in printable coupons.
Savings.com online codes – Many go to other coupon sites first, when Savings typically ends up having the best!
Savings.com printable coupons – They also have some exclusive printables!
Target Coupon Generator – It turns out that Target has a program that generates coupons. Rock to the on.
Betty Crocker – They don’t update their selection too often, however they frequently reset the printing limit, meaning you can re-print the coupons multiple times. To find the coupons, look for a “Coupons / Sales” link in the top right after signing up & logging in.
SmartSource – Another great grocery printable coupon sources. I think this is the second oldest around, if not the very first!
Box Tops 4 Education – Their selection is sparse, but they make up for this slight drawback by having some exclusive coupons.
Professor Red Plum has all sorts of coupons, but I find that their best area is in toiletries and body products.
Valpak – Just like their mailed counterparts, most of these coupons are for local stores and services instead of for food and groceries.
Paperless Coupon Sites
SavingStar – A newcomer that I think gives Cellfire a run for their money.
Shortcuts – If your local grocery chain participates with Shortcuts, you should certainly take advantage. Sign up for a free account and then select which coupons you want and they’ll be automatically added to your customer savings card!
UPromise.com – Another cool program that lets you load coupons onto your customer savings cards. Just type in your zip code to find out which of your local stores participate.