18 Best Sources for Online Coupons for Products You Always Need
Did you know that 96 percent of Americans are coupon users? Whether you're one of them or you're aiming to join their ranks, you'll want to bookmark every single one of these couponing sites right this minute.
Coupons.com offers free online coupons for an amazingly robust variety of products, from grocery products at places you actually shop like Stop & Shop, Costco, and BJs, to whatever you might need from Target and even Amazon. Just browse the coupon gallery, clip the ones you like, and print (if required by the particular coupon) to start saving. Be sure to visit this “best practices” page to make sure you’re getting the very best deals on Coupons.com. Want to save more? Don’t miss these 17 ways to save even more money online.
Want to enjoy fantastic online coupon savings without the hassle of shopping in person? Look no further than Amazon Coupons, where you can find some pretty hefty discounts on products you actually need. For example, how does $25 off $140 worth of Pampers diapers and wipes sound? Learn these money-saving Amazon hacks to save even more.
SmartSource is one of the simplest ways to collect online coupons for groceries, including over-the-counter medicines such as Allegra allergy relief and Fortify probiotic dietary supplements. Just search for coupons applicable in your geographic area and print. You don’t have to log in to get your coupons, but if you do, you get access to even more coupons. Find out 13 savvy shopping tricks you’ll wish you knew all along.
Anyone who has ever searched for a promo code has heard of RetailMeNot. In addition to finding those coveted codes, you can also:
- Browse the site for online coupons, including for restaurants (at the moment of this writing, there are coupons for Pizza Hut and Papa John’s), department stores such as Macy’s and Target, pharmacies such as Walgreen’s and CVS, and lots of other things vendors like Expedia and Vistaprint. The site recently took over RedPlum, so expect even more in the future.
- Download the RetailMeNot Genie, which watches your online shopping and offers you coupons you’re likely to want to use in real time (yes, the “genie” is kind of spying on you, but it might be worth some cash).
Savings.com is a great one-stop-shopping source for all the online coupons you’ll ever need for just about everything. For example, you can browse for coupons from particular stores you know you’ll be shopping at, including Home Depot, Macy’s, and Zales. You can browse specifically for clothing coupons, electronic coupons, beauty coupons, travel and vacation coupons, and food and restaurant coupons—and, of course, grocery coupons. Be on the lookout for these retail scams that trick you into spending more.
The Krazy Coupon Lady
If the young, savvy moms behind Krazy Coupon Lady are actually crazy, then perhaps it doesn’t pay to be sane. After all, their mission is to slash grocery bills by up to 90 percent. Of course, it’s not just grocery coupons over at “KCL,” which has pages devoted to coupons for CVS, Dollar General, Costco, Best Buy, Kohls and many more stores as well as many manufacturer coupons you can use at any store. New to couponing? Don’t miss this important tutorial on how to make the most of couponing.
Hip 2 Save
Hip2Save has a lot going on on its website, including financial advice, blog posts about crafting, and even recipes, but if you’re on a coupon-clipping mission, don’t let all that stuff shat stop you from checking Hip2Save’s downloadable coupon page, which aggregates coupons from a variety of couponing sites such as Coupons.com and RetailMeNot. These are the 13 savvy shopping secrets you’ll wish you knew all along.
Another couponing site aggregator is Coupon Cabin. What makes Coupon Cabin different is that in addition to the usual selection of grocery, beauty, and department store coupons, Coupon Cabin also has coupons for luxury stores and brands, including Bergdorf Goodman and Bloomingdales. Don’t miss these 50 insider secrets to saving money at all your favorite stores.
SlickDeals is crowdsourcing’s answer to online coupon sites. Basically, it’s an online community devoted to sharing coupons and deals, but it’s not a free-for-all because it’s curated by staff editors. Check it out for the full array of coupons for groceries, health and beauty items, clothing, travel, electronics, and more, but hang around for the option to rate coupons and write full-fledged comments about your couponing experience. Learn 17 more ways to save money online.
Don’t Pay Full
You’ll find a full array of downloadable, printable coupons for Walmart, Target, Best Buy, EBay, Amazon, Fandango, and Peapod (a grocery delivery service) at Don’t Pay Full. Plus, at the time of this writing, there was a nice range of coupons for wine. Here are other ridiculously easy ways to save money without feeling the pinch.
You might think that Living Social is just a smartphone app, but it’s a website too, and while it doesn’t have much in the way of grocery coupons, it has plenty in the way of coupons for clothing, beauty services, and activities ranging from blowouts to bowling. Serious couponers will also want to check out our list of the best coupon apps of 2019.
Like Living Social, Groupon isn’t just an app; it’s a full-on website full of deals and coupons for everyday items (such as K-cups for your Keurig coffee-maker, which at the time of this writing are on sale for 65 percent off and Zevia soda, which at the time of this writing you can get for 25 percent off, as well as items you’ll want to keep around as treats, such as Apothic Red Wine, which at the time of this writing is being offered at 37 percent off the retail price. Find out 14 things you could be getting for free online—if you only knew how…
Retail store websites
Many retail stores have their own online coupons, so if you know you shop regularly at a particular store, check to see if they’ve got online coupons available. Just a smattering of the opportunities include:
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Just as many retail stores offer online coupons directly to consumers via their websites, so too do many manufacturers, and these include mega-companies that own multiple brands such as Procter & Gamble, which does so through the P&G Everyday program, and General Mills, which does it through its Tablespoon program. Additionally, MoneyTalksNews specifically cites the following manufacturers for their online coupons available through the following sites:
You’ll also want to know these habits of good money-savers while you’re at it.
Speaking of manufacturer coupons, CouponMom actually aggregates coupons from some of these manufacturers, including P&G, Tide, General Mills, Swanson, Betty Crocker, and Charmin. Okay, truth be told, there are certain things that deal sites don’t tell you, but you definitely need to know.
Lozo is pretty much exclusively offering grocery coupons, but the fun thing about the Lozo website is you can type in your shopping list, and Lozo then takes care of finding you the coupons that you need for that particular grocery-shopping haul. Find out the 13 things you need to know before grocery shopping online.
While you might think of ValPak as that blue envelope stuffed with coupons that comes in your mailbox every week or so, it’s also a website loaded with online coupons for items you need. With hundreds of online grocery coupons every single day, it’s worth thinking about ValPak as an online source as much as it’s a mailbox staple. Next, read on to find out 29 other ways to get great deals on anything.