Recently, I started using printable coupons almost as much as I do “traditional” coupons. When you print from legitimate sources, you usually won’t have a problem redeeming your printable coupons. However, stores are still subject to reject any coupon at any time. Please know your store’s coupon policy before trying to redeem your printable coupons.
::Bri’s Favorite Printable Coupon Sources
Coupons.com is one of my top sources for printable coupons. They are updated regularly and have a large selection. You can print these directly from my website from the little coupon widget to your right or by visiting their site to print out the coupons. Sometimes the coupons are specific to a certain zip code but you will find something you need at this site. Usually, coupons are reset at the beginning of each month but occasionally we get a surprise reset in the middle of the month.,
Red Plum Printables
Red Plum offers printable coupons. There isn’t as big of a selection as other sources but you can find high value coupons and sometimes exclusive Target printable coupons.
Smart Source offers printable coupons on their site as well and are updated regularly. Many coupons to choose form.
Many manufacturer’s offer printable coupons on their site. Go to the website of your favorite product and browse around. Look especially under promotions or coupons. Sites such as Eat Better America, Box Tops 4 Education, Pillsbury, Betty Crocker, and Very Best Baking offer printable coupons.
This site has a list of “bricks” printables that are available to print from a variety of sites.
You can read about how to save on ink while printing these fabulous coupons in my previous post “Tips for Printing Internet Coupons.”