Couponing means searching for deals and steals on goods and services by surfing online for promo codes, cutting out ads from catalogs and newspapers, and using extreme measures to save at checkout.
Couponing is simple, easy, and helps you save money on your grocery bill—you can use that hard-earned money for some other purpose. Coupons are a great way to save money on something you were going to purchase anyway.
Retailers are quite smart and sneaky. They know that the more they discount their items or the more they offer, the more you’ll spend at their store, so they use coupons. Coupons are mainly of three types—paper/printable, digital, and money-saving apps. Yes, people still use printable/paper coupons! Here are some free printable coupons for you.
Get $2 off any four Kellogg’s® Cereals.
Save $1 on any two Welch’s® Fruit Snacks products (8 oz or larger bag or 6ct or larger box).
Purchase a Sugar In The Raw® product at $0.50 off (excludes 25 Count Packet Box).
Score a Nestle® Pure Life®+ 20oz 4-Pack at $1 off.
Get a 12-pack of Seagram’s Hard Seltzer at $3 off.
Save $2 on one 750ml or larger bottle of el Jimador Tequila®.
Buy a Brita® Premium Filtering Water Bottle and a Brita® Dispenser (both) to save $10.
Save 55¢ when you buy an OFF!® product (excluding club packs and special packs).
Save $0.75 on any (1) OFF!® Botanicals product.
Purchase a Garnier® Nutrisse® or Color Reviver hair color product at $2 off.
Save $1.50 on any VISINE® product (excluding travel and travel size).
Get $5 off one Women’s or Men’s ROGAINE® Hair Regrowth Treatment product (2 ct. or larger).
Babies and toddlers
Score $1.50 off any four Gerber® Snacks.
Get $0.75 off any two Gerber® Pouches.
Buy any five Gerber® Meals and save $1.