Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Coupon Clipping

With the cost of living going up these days we all need to save money anyway we can. The use of coupons when buying groceries is one way to save a little money. I used to subscribe to a newspaper just so I could have access to all of the ads and coupons there but I got so tired of having to sort through all of the stuff I didn’t need so I canceled my subscription. I have recently discovered that I can get all of the coupons I need as well as all of the ads I’m interested in from online sources.
At this website you can print grocery coupons, department store coupons, and get coupon codes for discounts at online stores.
This is a great sight that offers coupons for groceries as well as recipes and how to lessons.
Memolink has tons of codes for great savings when you shop online. Memolink members earn points for visiting Websites, sampling products, playing trivia, completing marketing research surveys and making online purchases. Points can be exchanged for cash or gift cards, or donated to a charitable organization. It is free to join.
CouponCabin has printable coupons for non grocery stores like JCPenney, Toys R Us, and Baskin Robbins just to name a few. They also have lots of code for discounts in online shopping.
If there is a particular grocery store you like to shop at most have a place where you can view their current ads and sign up to have them sent to your email address.
These are a few of my favorites. There are so many out there, please share with us the ones you have found.

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