Establish a separate email address for coupons

Coupons reset on the first day of each month and are in high variety and abundance at this time.
(SHNS photo courtesy Kasey Trenum)
Story by Kasey Trenum
(Time2Saveworkshops.com)
Wed, Jun 19, 2013
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Q: What is the best website to use to print online coupons?

A: Luckily, there are many wonderful resources to print valuable coupons. You really don’t have to choose just one.

Before you begin, make up an email address just for coupons. As you sign up to use online resources, many will ask for your email address when you register. You don’t want to dig through coupon offers in your personal email account, so this step will save you time and frustration. You can visit sites such as Coupons.com, Redplum.com and Smartsource.com to print a variety of coupons to fit your needs. These sites are the most popular, with pages upon pages of printable coupons.

If you have a Facebook account, you can always find printable coupons on Facebook being offered by different companies as special incentives. Typically, you will have to “like” the company’s page in order to print the coupon. This is a cinch to do, and in most cases will allow you to print off two copies of the savings.

Browse manufacturers’ websites and look for links that lead you to savings, promotions, coupons, etc. These are often found at the top or very bottom of the page. A simple click on the designated button leads you to the page where printable coupons and special savings offers can be found and taken advantage of.

For a comprehensive list of various sites with printable coupons, visit www.time2saveworkshops.com/coupon-resources/. We’ve scoured the Internet and combined all of the major links on one page for your convenience.

A couple of things to keep in mind: Coupons reset on the first day of each month and are in high variety and abundance at this time. The most popular coupons will hit their print limit fast, so check early in the month to make sure you print what you need.

Not sure what a print limit is? Coupons have a print limit. For example, Betty Crocker might release a coupon for 125,000 prints, and once that limit is reached the coupon is pulled. If you click to print a coupon and see a message that says there are no prints left for this campaign, now you know that’s why.

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