Couponing Resources

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Coupons are one of the main ways that I have drastically reduced our monthly budget. You can easily save at least 50% off your grocery budget by using coupons and shopping sales.  There are several coupon resources available to you on Saving Cents with Sense.

If you are new to using coupons, you’ll want to check out Couponing: Where to Begin and don’t forget to check out the Coupon Database.

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HOT Printable Coupons

Coupons.com
Print Free Coupons

Red Plum

SmartSource

e-Coupon Sites:

Shortcuts.com

P&G eSaver

Cellfire

Good Resources:

Coupon Lingo Explained

Coupon Question: I Have Coupons, Now What?

How to Make Your Own Coupon Match-Ups

10 Tips to Increase Your Coupon Stash

Coupon Binder Deals – Starting at Only $2.99

Reader Question: How Do You Handle Stern Cashiers?

Coupon Question: Is it Ok to Copy Printable Coupons?

Coupon Organization

Stocking Up: Hitting the Sales

Tips for Coupon Printing Problems

Where to Find Organic Coupons

Save on Ink & Paper

Are Coupons Worth Your Time?

Are Coupons Just a Manufacturer’s Gimmick?

10 Do’s and Don’t’s to Using Coupons

Coupon Question: Coupon Clipping Services

2012 Coupon Insert Schedule

Is it OK to Copy Coupons?

Coupon Class Follow -Up Resources

And you can sign up for an Arizona Coupon Classes.

 

Do you have specific coupon questions? I’d love to help, just leave me a comment or email me at savingsense (at) gmail (dot) com

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  • Amy White

    can you use a coupon from coupons.com and a smart source and one out of the paper all for the same item at the same store? I’m just starting to be better about buying coupon items and am looking for tips…Thanks

  • http://www.savingcentswithsense.net Melissa

    Hi Amy, you can only use 1 manufacturer coupon on an item, and most of the coupons in the paper or the printable coupons are manufacturer coupons. Hope that helps, and let me know if you have any other questions!

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  • ctrmom66

    I am a it confused, as I am new, to what all the abbreviations are like: SS, RP and so forth, to FIND paper coupons. Could you help me with this?

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  • http://www.couponkaboom.com Wayne

    I’m new to this and was up till 4 in the morning creepin this site and reading the comments. I’m lovin it and have received a lot of great info. I will let you know how my savings turn out and would like to share a cool website I came across on my journey where you can print coupons or use codes online plus a few other features to help you along the way. ;-)

  • turbanlady

    I have used coupons for YEARS, but now I get so confused where to find them and spend so much time looking!!!! I really need some good information as to where are the best places to look instead of looking and being sent to another place, and then sent to another place and never get a coupon. HELP PLEASE!!

  • BelindaWalker3

    I have used coupons for YEARS, but now I get so confused where to find them and spend so much time looking!!!! I really need some good information as to where are the best places to look instead of looking and being sent to another place, and then sent to another place and never get a coupon. HELP PLEASE!!

  • http://www.savingcentswithsense.net/ Melissa Hurst

    HI – I’m happy to help – what are you looking for? You can always look for specific coupons in the Coupon Database – http://www.savingcentswithsense.net/coupon-database/
    The Sunday paper is a great way to get coupons – and then of course online as listed above. Please let me know if you have specific questions I can help with!

  • http://www.savingcentswithsense.net/ Melissa Hurst

    HI – I’m happy to help – what are you looking for? You can always look for specific coupons in the Coupon Database – http://www.savingcentswithsense.net/coupon-database/
    The Sunday paper is a great way to get coupons – and then of course online as listed above. Please let me know if you have specific questions I can help with!