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How to Get More Coupons


More coupons equals more savings. It's simple enough math, but how are you supposed get your hand on more coupons? Read on for several winning strategies to try:

Sign Up for Newsletters

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Devoted to a particular product or brand? Check the company's website to see if they offer a free e-newsletter. Subscribers are often rewarded with special coupons and promotions.

Buy an Extra Paper

There's no rule that says you can only buy one newspaper, so pick up an extra one (or five) whenever you find good coupons inside.

Have Coupons Sent to Your Cell Phone

Subscribe to one or more mobile coupon services (free), and have coupons sent to your cell phone:

Call Companies

More coupons could be just a phone call away. Dial the toll-free number on the back of your favorite products and ask if they have coupons that they can send you.


Get more coupons and increase your college savings at the same time with Upromise's new eCoupons program. Each month they feature up to $25 worth of coupons on their website that you can load onto your grocery and drug store rewards cards.

Just keep in mind: eCoupons work a bit differently than regular coupons. You'll get your savings in the form of a deposit to your Upromise account, rather than as a deduction on your grocery bill.

Get Electronic Coupons

Load coupons onto your grocery store rewards cards, and save even more:


If you're lucky enough to shop at a grocery store that accepts online coupons, smartsource.com is a great tool to add to your coupon arsenal. It features page after page of coupons that you can print off and use.


Procter & Gamble makes a lot of products, and you can get coupons for many of them on pgbrandsaver.com. Sweet.


Surf over to RedPlum.com, and get even more printable coupons.

Printing a lot of coupons? Use these tips to conserve ink:

Think Outside the Box

Coupons are all over the place, you just have to look for them:

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