Welcome to the best spot for free printable coupons! If you were directed here from another coupon link, please look below and click the “print coupons” button. If you cannot find your coupon please read below for the best way to find your coupon.
Find Coupons Quick & Easy
The best way to find the most coupons is to simply look through the entire list. There are usually between 300-400 coupons available everyday, so it really doesn’t take that long.
Plus, you sometimes find an amazing deal on something you buy all the time
The best way to browse the coupon list is to simply click the arrow on the top or bottom of the list above.
Another easy way is to visit the main Coupons.com website by clicking here. Then you can just scroll down and the coupons load automatically.
How to Find a Specific Coupon
If you are looking for a specific coupon I have a really great trick. Below are the steps:
- Click the link above to visit Coupon.com
- Keep scrolling until you reach the bottom of the list.
- The coupon page will load more coupons every time you reach the bottom. Continue doing this until all the coupons are loaded.
- Hit “Ctrl+F” or “Command+F” to bring up the “Find” feature on your computer
- Type in your product or keyword and search through all available coupons
- Repeat as needed
Using this method has saved me so much time and effort! I can quickly and easily see what coupons are available.
Below are some more ways to search for coupons.
Start with Coupon Categories:
Visit the Coupon.com link and scroll over the “Categories” button. Then choose a category you are looking to find discounts and coupons in.
Click on your category and you will find every coupon related to this title.
Consider Coupons by Brand
If you know exactly what brand you want you can go directly to the “Brand” page.
Simply hover your pointer over “Categories”, then select “Brands”. This will bring up a list of every brand that supplies coupons on Coupons.com.
You can then scroll and select the brand you are looking for.
If there are no coupons for your specific brand, you will still be able to see all related coupons.
How Can I Maximize My Coupon Savings?
This is an age-old question. Some historians trace coupons back to the dawn of man. Other anthropologists claim to have undug coupon proof from ancient burial grounds.
The real answer for the coupon origin is no one knows for sure. However, there are many answers to maximizing coupons. Doubling, stacking, and even exchanging them for gift cards are popular methods!
What I do know is that your savings don’t need to stop at the first coupon. Here are a few other methods for maximizing your coupons savings:
Double The Manufacturer Coupon
I know what you’re thinking. Doubling the manufacturer coupon sounds too good to be true.
It sounds like someone is dangling a giant coupon carrot in-front of your saving’s snout, as you eagerly lap at its rewards. This is no dangling carrot. There are stores that will double your manufacturer coupon, but just as with everything, there is a catch:
Firstly, from the plethora of stores I’ve browsed through, it appears that only grocery stores offer this coupon perk.
Now, it’s unknown if every grocery store offers this perk, but I can tell you that the doubled coupon market isn’t sizzling in big box stores.
Walmart, Target, Rite Aide, and any other national grocer won’t be doubling your coupon. But if that has you down, then check out these great retail store coupons that can help you boost your savings.
So, now that you know where you can shop, you still need to know the parameters for your doubled manufacturer coupons. The grocery stores that are wild enough to double the face-value of coupons, limit this perk to coupons with a face-value of $0.99 or less.
I mean, although this is a bummer, I have to side with the grocery stores. I’m not sure what retail outfit could possibly expect to stay in business if they allow $10, $20, or even $50 coupons to double.
They’d be buying product at a loss if they let the doubled coupons run wild. So they need to limit it within reason of their business model.
Maybe that’s a death-blow to your coupon venture, but don’t let it sag you into the finance abyss. There’s still plenty of money to be saved, which is the equivalent of making money.
Stack Those Coupons For Maximum Savings
The next lucrative coupon ensemble is stacking coupons. No, I don’t mean stack them like a deck of cards. I mean stacking your manufacturer coupon with another coupon that is being offered by the store you’re shopping in.
For example, I shop at a grocery store and I bring my manufacturer coupon for Premier Protein, or anything else.
Then, that grocery store also has a different, but very valid coupon for Premier Protein. So, after reading through the store’s coupon policy, I realized I can stack both coupons, to increase my saving.
So if my manufacturer coupon was valued at $0.99, and the in-store coupon was valued at $0.25, then I could save $1.24 on that item. That’s a great savings opportunity.
But this opportunity doesn’t immediately present itself. Sometimes, the manufacturer coupon is available at a different time than the in-store coupon.
Sometimes there isn’t an in-store coupon. Instead, it’s a in-store promotion. Those promotions may be advertised only to club members, instead of through inserts.
What I’m trying to say is that although you can drastically reduce the cost of an item by stacking coupons, you have to put in your time and due diligence to make sure you’re getting the best available deal.
But the key phrase here is coupon policy.
If you’ve seen many of my coupon posts, you’ll notice that I playfully suggest that you “better know how to read.”
I’m sure you know how to read. After all, you’ll browsing through a website with more content than coupons.
So what I mean when I ask that question is that each store has its own coupon policy. Each policy verifies what you can and cannot do with each coupon.
It would be naive to think that you can strut into any store, with any coupon, and expect maximum savings. If you made that attempt, all you’d end up doing is wasting your time!
The coupon policy will let you know if you can or cannot double manufacturer coupons. If you have a $0.99 coupon, you bet your ass you will be looking for a store that doubles coupons.
If you have a coupon that is $4, like this Gillette Razor Coupon, then you have a little more liberation, knowing that you can take your saving’s search to big box stores.
Look for coupon overages
The holy grail of couponing is coupon overages. This occurs when your coupons accrue more value than the products you’re actually buying.
So, if you’re shopping in a store that allows stacked coupons and you use those coupons on an item that’s for sale, then the item is less than the value of the coupons, you have a coupon overage.
Now, some stores treat each instance differently. If you’re shopping at a very friendly store, then they will actually pull cash out of their drawer and hand you the difference.
Other times, a store will just give you the item for free. They won’t reimburse you for the difference in coupon value. Instead, they just hand over the item. Which is still nice, but it’d be even nicer to get the actual money back in your pocket!
The only store that I know of that honors coupon overages is Walmart. However, Walmart doesn’t double manufacturer coupons. So, it’s unlikely you’ll get into a situation where your coupons will become more valuable than the actual item in question.