Online Resources for Couponing

Here I’m featuring some of the best online resources I’ve found. There are many, many more I’ve not had direct contact with, so feel free to search around.

If you’re just starting out or don’t want to spend much time on couponing you may want to start with just one site. If you’ve already found your footing or have a little more time to spend you may find a couple that you like to look over before shopping. You can often find different deals on different sites, so if you have the time you can possibly save more by checking in a couple of places while you make your list.

 

Coupon Mom (couponmom.com)

Sign up for a free account and you’ll have access to match-ups for the major grocery stores in your state, national stores (Wal-mart, Target, etc.), and a database of current newspaper coupons. The site features an easy sortable list system and will generate your shopping list for each store, complete with coupon match-up locations. I love that you can sort each list by amount saved so you can easily see the best deals. Printables are mostly limited to those available from the major sites, such as Red Plum and Smartsource, so you may miss some deals with printables elsewhere on the ‘net.

 

I Heart Publix (iheartpublix.com)

If you’ve got Publix in your neighborhood, this is a fantastic site. Michelle gives you the latest on store coupon flyers available and gives you a lot of options for viewing deals. No sign up is required, so you can pop in and out anytime without hassle. I love that she lists “super deals” each week – these are the items are the absolute best deals offered. She also often has coupon match-ups that you won’t find elsewhere, such as printables from product websites. She also offers a spreadsheet function, so your list making is quick and easy.

 

I Heart Kroger (iheartkroger.com)

Partner site of Iheartpublix.com. I wish this site offered the “super deals” function of the Publix site rather than a blog list of weekly deals. What can I say, I’m lazy and want to get to the best deals right away. Still a good site though if Kroger is your go-to place.

 

Southern Savers (southernsavers.com)

Offers a blog list of weekly ads for Publix, Kroger, Bi-lo, Harris Teeter, Target, and the big 3 drugstore (CVS, Walgreens, and Rite Aid). One thing I really like there is the ability to click items and create a printable shopping list directly from the blog entry. Best deals are shown with an acorn icon.

 

I Heart Saving Money (iheartsavingmoney.com)

I mainly visit this one for the CVS page, but it also features sale for the other big 3 drugstores and some of the main grocery stores in the southeast. What I love about her CVS page is the explanation of how to do transactions to pay the least out-of-pocket and earn the most Extra Care Bucks. If you’re wondering about how the CVS program works, I’ll be adding a page on that soon.

 

The Grocery Game (thegrocerygame.com)

This is the only pay site I’m featuring. I have used it before through a free trial, and I found it educational. I no longer use the site,  for me it was not worth the cost, but you can sign up for a free 4 week free trial and see if it’s something you’d want to do (just don’t forget to cancel if you decide it’s not for you!). Grocery Game features color-coded savings indicators, making it easy to determine when is the right time to buy the item. If you’re a casual couponer, this isn’t going to be the site for you, but if you’re really into stocking up you may want to check it out.

 

 

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