Angela is a business owner and blogger who is learning her way through the professional world.
Coupon clipping will save you money, especially if there are products that you have to have by a name brand. Here are some of the best sites that offer great coupons for some of your favorite products.
MyPoints is my all-time favorite. Not only do they give you awesome coupons, but you also get points just for using them. Those points can be redeemed for gift cards eventually. In addition to the coupons, they also pay per ad that you look at within your e-mail inbox.
How it works is that MyPoints will send you a few ads a week, and you'll earn five points for viewing each ad and additional points if you order anything on their affiliate sites. Once you get a certain level of points, you can trade points in for gift certificates to many different places. I always get a Barnes and Noble, Applebees, or Olive Garden gift card. I've been doing it for over ten years and have received many of these.
2. TheKrazyCouponLady .com
Krazy Coupon Lady is a blog that has excellent articles about saving money as well as a list of great coupons that includes coffee, toothpaste, diapers, pet food, soaps, makeup, and more. The owner of the site also highlights her best coupons from such brands as Huggies, L'Oreal, Tide, and many more. If you are a beginner at coupon cutting, then download her free beginner's guide.
Hip2Save states that it is "not your grandma's coupon site." It provides both coupons and free samples. You can read articles that will give you shopping tips that can help you shop for nearly free. This site will also provide great recipes and DIY craft ideas. They also have a sister site to help you eat better called Hip2Keto.
This site is an extensive gallery of coupons that you can use both for local shops and items that are available nationally. When you input your zip code, they provide you with coupons for your area. You can also find a collection of online coupon codes for certain online stores that you can use to get a discount at checkout. Coupons.com is a great first stop to find good coupons before you go shopping.
RedPlum is another excellent site for freer printable or downloadable coupons. The blog provides tips on how to eat healthily and use coupons properly. This site also allows you to search locally for coupons by inputting your location.
This site is straightforward to use. You can get local and national coupons by providing your zip code. It is effortless to search since you can search by both brand and category, which makes finding the right coupon easy. By downloading the app, you can view your coupons while you grocery shop.
Passion for Savings advertises as a coupon database. You can find both online and printable coupons. They also will provide you with a list of free sources online through the Kindle and other apps. You can find countless tips on saving money as well as low-cost recipes.
Price Blink allows you not only to get coupons but also to make a wishlist of what you want. Once you add an item to the wishlist, you can tell them how much you are willing to pay for the item. When the cost of that item lowers to the amount you listed, they will notify you. If you become a member, they will also help you find places that have the lowest prices on the items that you want through their price comparison app.
Money-Saving Mom provides not only coupons but also freebies and giveaways. She also provides tips on managing your money as well as recipes and advice on family living, which is a good resource if you want to feel connected to another mom who shares your passion for saving money.
Groupon is unlike any of the others in that it provides local and vacation spot coupons that you buy in advance. For instance, by buying your tickets through Groupon, you may be able to get buy-one-get-one-free deals on concerts, tours, and other events. You may also get a substantial percentage off of single tickets or even cash back purchases. Groupon.com is a great site to check before and during vacations as you can find coupons on hotels, exhibits, museums, amusement parks, etc.
Each of these sites has been around for a long time and has been proven to be effective. Feel free to inform us in the comments of other lesser-known sites that may help us save money and find freebies!
This content is accurate and true to the best of the author’s knowledge and is not meant to substitute for formal and individualized advice from a qualified professional.
© 2019 Angela Michelle Schultz
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