My Grocery Coupon Database – Find the Coupons you Need

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I am excited to introduce my newest feature, a Grocery Coupon Database which you will find at the top of my home page. You can view it here:

Before you head out to the grocery store, match up the items that you need by typing the name of the item into the Grocery Coupon Database. If there is an available coupon for that product, you will either be directed where to find it, or if it is available to print, you can print it out right from the database.

There are several sources for printable grocery coupons such as, CouponNetwork, and SavingStar. When you visit that source for the first time, you will be instructed to click on and download a printer program (easy and safe) which allows you to print the UPC codes needed for the coupon to scan properly.

If the coupon can only be found in the Sunday circular, you will see an abbreviation which tells you where to find it, for example SS is Smart Source, and RP is Red Plum. I recommend keeping your Sunday circulars in a folder until they expire. Don’t throw them out each week. You won’t need to scroll through them if you use the Coupon Database to tell you where the coupons you need can be found.

If the coupon can be found in a magazine, you will be directed to the magazine such as All You and the issue, Sept. 2011. If the coupon can be found on the manufacturer’s website, you can follow that link and print it out such as

I hope you will make use of this free feature and save more money at the grocery store. Please share this valuable resource with friends and family too! If you are on Facebook, consider joining my page  and giving this a like!!

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