Today, I’d like to focus on the regular use of coupons, and point you to a few web sites to help you along. While the Sunday paper is a great start, some weeks are better than others.
The online sites have been more consistent for me over the last few months. First, I’ll suggest you visit I Heart CVS as er1ca (not a typo) posts adds up to 4 or so weeks in advance for CVS, as well as links to online coupons you can print such as $3off$15, $4off$20 or $5off$25. Combine these pretty large dollar off coupons with the manufacturers coupons and extra bucks (rebates that print on your receipt that are cash for your next trip) and you save quite a bit.
Next, look at Coupons.com. This site posts well over 100 decent coupons each month, as well as some that change a week at a time. Many are .75 and can be doubled if your local grocery store does that for you. If you sign up on the site with your email, they’ll send you a note at the start of the month to remind you to take a peek.
Coupon Dad has a selection, although a number of coupons offered first require a visit to a web site, a bit more effort than I’d like to put into a single coupon.
Retail Me Not offers both coupons for shopping on line as well as those you can print out.
If you are living on a tight budget and need to find even $10 – $20 a week in savings off your grocery bill, this is a great way to spend just a bit of time to reach that goal.