- Sunday Newspaper ~ I know. Obvious, right? Well a lot of people do not subscribe to a newspaper. Even so, it may well be worth your money to purchase a single paper on Sundays. Last Sunday there were 3 different coupon circulars in my local paper. Using just a few of those will more than offset the cost of the paper.
- Magazines ~ Most magazines geared toward women have coupons in them. If you can get a really good deal on the subscription it will pay for itself. Since I started this blog I have gotten 2 subscriptions for free. Redbook & Good Housekeeping. I have purchased 2 more subscriptions for less than $4 for 1 year. Better Homes and Gardens & Family Circle. With one other magazine I paid a discounted rate of $14.95 for a year. This was for All You. This magazine is a coupon lovers bonanza! The April edition contained $75 in coupons & May will have about $85 in coupons. That's a pretty big return on your investment! You can find these discounts on various Internet sites. Example: Tanga.com is offering a Weight Watchers magazine subscription for $3.99 today with the code weight.
- Online printable coupons ~ These are everywhere. Coupon based blogs have links, manufacturers web sites, manufacturers Facebook pages, web sites dedicated to coupons & other savings. This blog is not all about coupons because so many others do it so much better than I could ever hope to. I have provided some links, both at the side and bottom of this page, to help you get started.
- Coupon clipping services ~ Yes, you can pay to have someone else do the dirty work for you. This may be worth it to you if you have more money than time. This is a decent option if you are ordering the big money coupons. Paying 5 cents for a $1 coupon still makes you a profit. But I would want to make sure I was definitely going to use that coupon!
Addendum: After comments came in it was noted I forgot Digital Coupons. These are coupons you can load onto your cell phone or onto a store card. Cellfire is one such site. Warning....be aware of the stores coupon policies if you are using this along with regular manufacturers coupons. Some stores, Dillons, for example, will not stack coupons. You want to make sure you are getting your best deal in that case. I will post some of the store policies later this week. Thanks for all the input! It helps to have all the comments :)