CouponsBuy the Sunday newspaper. The Sunday paper is one of the best sources to find your coupons weekly. By subscribing to your local paper, you will also be able to save money than if you'd go out and purchase it each week. Websites. Check out these websites that scour all the manufacturer coupons and put them in one place for you!
- CouponMom - large source of coupons that updates several times a month.
- Smartsource - has newspaper insert, but can be found online to save some money if you don't subscribe.
- Redplum - also has newspaper insert.
- Upromise earnings accumulate in your Upromise account until you decide to use it to invest in a 529 plan, help pay down student loans or assist with college expenses—all tax-free!
- Mypoints. Earn Points for doing what you already do online: shopping, reading emails, playing games, searching the web, surveys, and more! Gift cards for nearly 100 different stores and restaurants -- or enjoy gas cards, airline miles and hotel discounts. You pick the rewards you want.
- Swagbucks. Earn gift cards by searching the web and referring friends. Earn a point, win a buck. It's that easy!
- Try keeping your coupons in a 3-ring binder organized by categories such as dairy, canned goods, frozen foods, pets, etc. Use clear baseball card holders to hold your coupons so that you can easily see what you have.
- Each week make a meal plan and a grocery list. Go through your binder and pull out the coupons you want to use and put them into a smaller accordion type file to easily grab while at the store.
- Make a note on your grocery list next to each item you have a coupon for. Stick to your list.
- Take the binder with you as you shop. You may have overlooked something that you have a coupon for that would be a great deal.
- Make sure to go through your entire collection of coupons monthly so that you don't drown in expired coupons.
- Don't get caught buying items you'll never use just because you're getting a great deal. You're trying to save money, not stockpile items that are useless for your family.