10 Real Coupon Sites That Don’t Cut Corners
September 7, 2011 | in Nanny Shopping
Have you ever gone to a coupon site and been confused, disoriented and frustrated? Want just printable coupons you can take to the store? Then here are ten coupon sites that make it easy to save in the real world.
- CouponNetwork.com – A simple and easy-to-navigate site, Coupon Network features nationwide deals and a “your bucks” offer that gives you points towards your favorite stores every time you use the site. They also match you with deals at your favorite stores, making it even easier to save.
- Coupons.com – The Big Mama of online couponing, Coupons.com is a fun and easy to use website. The boldly displayed discounts and simple system allow you to pick and print coupons quickly- giving you more time at the store. Plus, if you sign up with them, they’ll send local coupons right to your inbox.
- MoneySavingMom.com – An upbeat and encouraging site dedicated to helping you find great deals, stretch your hard-earned dollars, and live on less than you make so you can save more and give more. This site offers more than coupons; with advice, giveaways, and meal planning ideas, Money Saving Mom is the beginners guide to living on less. Not just for moms!
- RetailMeNot.com – Featuring both coupons for online retailers and printable in-store savings, Retail Me Not is simple and convenient. The online coupons even allow you to click and automatically go to the retailer’s site. So easy!
- SmartSource.com – Another easy-to-use site, Smart Source has a few non-coupon offers (like sweepstakes) but offers something the others don’t: tweets! Yes, that’s right, this site will tweet you with the latest offers and discounts.
- CouponCabin.com – This site started out offering online-only coupons, but has now expanded to printable ones as well. Use this site for clothing retailers, restaurant discounts, and other stores besides groceries. You’ll be sure to find a bargain.
- RedPlum.com – You may recognize the name from your local newspaper. Red Plum regularly sends out coupons in newspapers, but you can find a lot more at their website. Check it out and see for yourself.
- Valpak.com – Do you remember that fat envelope of coupons you got in the mail? Well, this is who it came from. Valpak sends out valuable coupons to your home, but now you can access them online as well. Best of all, this site offers mobile coupons on your phone, no cutting required!
- SearchAllDeals.com – Not really a coupon per se, Search All Deals does just what it says- searches out all the deals! Just input the product, food, restaurant, whatever you want to save on, and this site will dig through the internet muck for you. A great site for when you have something definite in mind to buy.
- GroupOn.com – Group On negotiates huge discounts, usually 50-90% off, with businesses. They send the deals to thousands of subscribers in a free daily email, and the businesses get a ton of new customers. They are strictly get-what-you-get site, but the deals are fantastic. Everything from spa services to pottery classes is up for grabs. Sign up to save today!
So, whether you’re looking to plan your next meal or save a bundle on your grocery bill, these sites can help you do it quickly and easily. While you’re searching for that perfect coupon just remember to have fun. You’re saving money, after all!← 10 Good House Rules for Nannies | 10 Concerns About Nannies Being “Shadow Mothers” →
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