Coupon Websites and Apps
There are plenty of websites where you can find coupons and free samples (they usually come with a manufacturer coupon, too). Sometimes, you can find a secret spot on a store’s website where they give out free samples, too. Target’s samples run out really quickly, but you never know what you might find.
Freeflys is a pretty good website to get coupons and free samples. That was the first one I ever discovered. Then there was All You, which posts a great blog and magazine also. There’s Procter and Gamble, SmartSource, and Grocery Smarts that won’t let you down. Just a head’s up: Most coupon sites require you to “Install a Printer” to print your coupons.
You can also get coupons through apps like Cartwheel by Target, Geoqpons, or RetailMeNot. In this digital age, most stores are curbing their coupon policies to accommodate digital coupons, so you save paper and save money!
ShopRite actually has a similar program: If you’re already a Price Plus card holder, you can log onto the ShopRite website and download your coupons straight to your card. Then, when you hand the cashier your card at checkout, your coupons all scan at once. It’s a neat concept that you might see pop up on my blog pretty soon.
Publix posts buy one, get one free coupons on its website, along with regular dollar off coupons in a similar section. It also has a digital coupon program, where you can create an account linked to your phone number and add coupons to it. So at checkout, all you have to do is give the cashier your phone number to use your coupons. No organizing required.
Safeway is jumping on the digital bandwagon also. Clip digital coupons, upload deals to your store card, and download the smartphone app for more deals. Click here for the list of the top 50 supermarkets nationwide and their websites.