Thursday, June 10, 2010
Last week I shared my favorite deal matching sites. This week I will share sites where you can print coupons.
For Kraft coupons (and some are even Publix coupons):
Cooking with Kraft
For SC Johnson coupons:
Right at Home
For a good database (say you need to buy something and it's not on sale, but would like to see if there is a coupon):
Other online sources of coupons:
The products website
The products facebook page
An e-newsletter for a product or company
A word of advice about online coupons, if it sounds to good to be true, it probably is. The reason I say this is there are a lot of illegal coupons out there. The sites I listed above are considered legitimate sites, and their coupons have security features. If you receive an email with coupons for free products or find a coupon you can print unlimited times, be very suspicious. Try a google search with the coupon and the word "scam." When we use coupons that aren't legit, we risk having the store not take internet printable coupons, so please take a few minutes to check out a coupon if you didn't print it from one of the above mentioned sites.
Next week we will talk about different ways to organize all these coupons you will acquire, so they don't take over your house or your time.