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Be a Better Couponer Part 2 – Getting Coupons!

by Tabitha @ Saving Toward A Better Life on January 3, 2016 · 2 comments

in Be A Better Couponer,Beginners,Coupons,New Years Resolutions

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Who is ready to use coupons more efficiently and save more on groceries this year?

Maybe you’ve tried and thrown up your hands in surrender and said “This is just not for me” and you’re still playing full price for groceries.

I’m here to tell you, you don’t have too!

Maybe you think couponing is a lot of work.

That’s the excuse most people use when it comes to using coupons.   It’s too much work.  But to me, work = pay.  So let’s look at how much coupons “pay” you.  I cut our monthly budget $300-$400 a month when I started so I basically get paid $300-$400 a month to coupon.  Sounds to me like the “work” is worth it!

So, if your new years resolution is to be a better couponer, after you have your coupon organization system worked out, next you need to GET COUPONS.

A successful couponer is the one that has the MOST coupons available to him/her.  So to be a better couponer, you have to have coupons coming at you from every direction!!

But don’t forget to check out part 1 first – organizing your coupons!

Here’s all the places you should be getting coupons from:

  • Mobile and e-coupon programs:

    • SavingStar
      works with Winn-Dixie, CVS, Rite-Aid and others
      load offers to your store card and receive it as cash back after purchase
    • Ibotta
      works with CVS, Walgreens, Rite Aid, Dollar General, Target, Publix, Walmart, Sam’s Club, Whole Foods and more!
      scan your receipt and items after purchase and receive cash back
      requires a smart phone
    • Checkout51  works at ANY store.  You can upload receipts via phone app or by taking a picture and uploading via your computer.
    • Shopkick works with Target and other retailers.  There are mobile coupons to use as well as offers to earn points you can redeem for giftcards.  This one requires  a smartphone
    • Shopmium
      similar to Ibotta and Checkout51
      find the app in your phone’s app store
      use code MCACKKRG to get an extra freebie when you sign up!
    • Target  Mobile coupons by text and via the new Cartwheel program
    • Receipt Hog Receive points when you upload your shopping receipts and redeem your points for gift cards!
    • MobiSave – simple, easy cash back!
    • Winn-Dixie ecoupons
      coupons you load to your store loyalty card to receive a discount at the time of purchase
      cannot be stacked with manufacturer coupons
      do not double
      one per purchase
    • Publix ecoupons
      add the coupons you want to your account.  enter your account number (phone number) at the register to receive a discount at time of purchase.
      can NOT be used with your regular coupons.  If you have a Publix ecoupon for $1 off Cheerios, when you enter your phone number at the register it will deduct the $1 – the register will not take a coupon for $1 off Cheeries after e-coupon has been applied.  (The reverse is also true, if you give the paper coupon first the ecoupon will not deduct)
      can not be doubled
      one per purchase

     

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1 Cathy Alexander June 13, 2016 at 11:03 am

Snap by Groupon no longer does grocery stores. They changed to retail discounts.

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2 Tabitha @ Saving Toward A Better Life June 17, 2016 at 10:48 am

Thanks. I knew that but this post didn’t get updated. I’ve fixed it now.

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