Coupons are one of my absolute favorite ways to save money.
And if you want to learn, then you should get a free copy of my eBook – The Northern Cheapskate Guide to Saving Money on Groceries.
Once you know how to save, then check out my favorite sources of coupons:
One of my favorite places to get coupons are the coupon inserts in the Sunday newspaper. I highly recommend checking out Sunday Coupon Preview each week to see what coupons will be in your newspaper.
A great source of coupons for grocery and baby care items. The coupons change monthly – but check back because new ones appear periodically throughout the monthy. Problems printing coupons from Coupons.com? Click here for FAQ’s.
Target coupons. Target has an extensive coupon collection that offers a mix of manufacturer and store coupons. Combine the coupons to score some fabulous deals. And don’t forget to download the Cartwheel app on your smartphone for additional savings.
SavingStar. Pick the digital coupons you want online and automatically load them to your favorite store loyalty cards. Instead of getting the savings at checkout, the money you save is deposited into a SavingStar account you can cash out later.
Save on Groceries With FREE Apps
Find the best deals
Favado. Download the free Favado app on your smartphone and you’ll be well-equipped to save up to 30% or more on your groceries. The Favado app makes it very easy to find the best deals and the coupons to pair those deals with for maximum savings.
Earn Cash Back
iBotta. Download the free iBotta app to your phone and you can earn cash back on groceries and household goods. Simply select the offers that appeal to you and follow the on-screen directions. Then purchase the items and take a photo of your receipt. You’ll get cash back when you’re done.
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