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Where to Find the Best Coupons – Week 6, Extreme Couponing for Real Life

What can you find on the edge of your coupon insert to maximize your savings?!


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Coupons Mentioned in the video:

Newspaper Coupons:
RedPlum Coupon Insert
SmartSource Coupon Insert
P&G Coupon Insert
Specialty Coupon Insert

Printable Internet Coupons:
Coupons.com
CouponNetwork.com
RedPlum.com
SmartSource.com
Recyclebank.com
CoolSavings.com

Store Specific Printable Coupons:
Target.com
Rite Aid AdPerks
Kroger eCoupons
Meijer mPerks
Buehler’s Clip to Card or  Clip to Print

Digital Coupons:
Cellfire.com
Shortcuts.com
UPromise
SavingStar

Other Coupons:
All You Magazine

If you’re an over-achiever ( ;) )and would like to watch my original video about my evolution of coupon organization, head over here! Next week we’ll talk specifically how I organize my coupons in an efficient, time saving way!

More Videos in this Series:
Week 1 – Intro
Week 2 – The Stockpile {What is it? How do you build it?}
Week 3 – The Sale Cycle
Week 4 – Savings Money on Milk, Eggs and those other hard to Stockpile items.
Week 5 – The Anatomy of the Coupon
Week 6 - Where to Find the Best Coupons
Week 7 – How to Organize Your Coupons
Week 8 – How to Plan your Grocery Trip {Part 1}
Week 9 – How to Plan Your Grocery Trip {Part 2}
Week 10 – Quick & Money Saving Grocery Trip
Week 11 – Understanding the Store Coupon Policy


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Comments

  1. Debbie says

    You can also print online coupons from Wal Mart’s website, Walgreen’s website, and CVS’s website.

    By the way, thank you SO MUCH for doing these videos. I have been coupling for about 6 months, and learned more from your videos than I did from all the sites I’ve visited.

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