I recently joined a wonderful Frugal Mom’s group and one of our first tasks was to write four new pages: one on coupons, one on recipes, and two pages of our choice. By doing this, we are able to give our readers all the information in one location.
I wrote my coupon page on printable food coupons. On the page I show you where you can find printable food coupons, some organic printable food coupon sites, loyalty card coupons, and I briefly explain ways to organize your printable and newspaper coupons (including the ever famous coupon binder method).
Not all the coupon links that I show you in the post are for printable food coupons (although all of the sites do offer them). Many of the coupon sites also offer non-food coupons. Printable coupons are generally higher value than newspaper coupons so it is a good idea to get used to using them! I use non-food coupons at CVS and Walgreens. You can learn how to play the drugstore games at my How to Shop at CVS post and my How to Shop at Walgreens post. Both stores can save you quite a bit of money!
In the printable food coupon post I also link to a few other great coupon tutorials! My own coupon 101 page goes over the different “levels” of couponing. I also link to some great pages by 3 Boys and a Dog, The Clipper Girls, Budget Saving Mom, Luv A Bargain, The Sassy Saver, and a few more. They are all great tutorials for beginning and seasoned couponers alike.
Printable food coupons, and coupons in general, will save you a lot of money on items you have to buy every week! Be sure to check out the Printable Food Coupons post and learn a few new couponing tricks.