Saturday, 26 November 2011

A Beginner's Guide to Couponing - Effectively

Where to Look for Coupons?

If you're interested in couponing, but aren't sure how to get started, this guide’s for you. There are lots of coupons up for grabs, if you know where to find them. By far, the best places to look are:

* Newspapers - the Smart Source and Valassis coupon inserts appear on a near-weekly basis. The Procter and Gamble insert appears at the start of each month

* Magazines - women's publications such as Woman's Day, Red Book, Family Circle and Good Housekeeping frequently carry manufacturer coupons

* In store - look for coupons on store shelves, on products and on the back of your receipts. Also look for coupons to print out at the register

Additional places to look:

* Online - look to free grocery coupon sites for loads of printable coupons. Not all stores take them; but if yours does, you’re in luck

* Junk mail - high-value manufacturer coupons have started to appear in junk mailers, so be sure to look before you toss

* Direct from the manufacturer - check manufacturer websites for printable coupons or contact companies (by mail, e-mail or phone) to request coupons

* Store mailings - get a frequent shopper card for the grocery stores that you shop, and you may be rewarded with special coupon mailings

* On products - look in and on the packaging of the products that you buy for special loyalty coupons


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