Whether you still read a traditional newspaper or use your smartphone for virtually everything, there are few excuses for not using coupons. Unless, of course, you enjoy paying more than necessary.
Coupons can now be found in multiple forms accessible through various means, from newspapers to mobile apps.
In fact, digital coupons are found in so many places that it can be hard to keep up. So, below, we’ve rounded up major sources of manufacturer coupons that anyone with an internet connection can access. All are free.
By “digital coupon,” I simply mean coupons found online or through apps. By “manufacturer coupon,” I mean coupons issued by manufacturers as opposed to, say, stores.
To learn how to get the most savings out of manufacturer coupons, also check out “6 Stores Where You Can Double Up on Coupons.”
This website is perhaps the largest source of manufacturer coupons, offering savings on everything from groceries to makeup and over-the-counter medications.
If you use grocery store loyalty cards, you also have the option to add coupons to your loyalty cards digitally so you can redeem those coupons by simply presenting your card at the store. Visit Coupons.com’s “Grocery Store Coupons” page to get started with this option, though you will first need to create a Coupons.com account.
You might recognize the SmartSource name because it’s on paper coupons that you’ve likely seen in newspapers or received in mailers. In fact, SmartSource is owned by the newspaper conglomerate News Corp.
The SmartSource website, like Coupons.com, offers manufacturer coupons that can be printed or redeemed digitally, though SmartSource’s offerings are not as vast.
3. Brand websites
Many manufacturers offer coupons directly to consumers on their brands’ websites.
Just to name a few examples, the following brands are among those that offer printable coupons on their sites:
So, poke around the websites of your favorite brands to see if they offer digital savings.
4. Corporate websites
Some giant corporations that own many brands offer manufacturer coupons for all of their brands in one place. For example:
Procter & Gamble, the corporation behind household brands like Crest and Tide, offers coupons through its P&G Everyday program.
General Mills, the corporation best known for food brands like Nature Valley, Betty Crocker and Yoplait, offers coupons through its Tablespoon program.
5. Retailer websites
Many major retailers offer manufacturer coupons through their own websites.
For example, Walgreens’ site offers manufacturer coupons that you can add to your Walgreens loyalty program (Balance Rewards) account with the click of a button.
So, check your favorite retailers’ websites for options.
6. Retailer apps
To find out whether a retailer has its own app, visit its website or search a legitimate app store, such as Apple’s App Store or Google Play.
If you don’t want to have to visit multiple individual websites or open multiple apps to round up manufacturer coupons, Lozo might be for you.
The website corrals grocery coupons from all over the web. Lozo.com explains:
“LOZO is the only way to find reliable grocery coupons from hundreds of trustworthy sites and brands all over the web, listed all in one place. Even better: just enter your grocery list at LOZO.com and we’ll email you links to coupons that match the items on your list. Pretty cool, right?”
You can print coupons from the Lozo website or opt for Lozo to email you links to the coupons.
What’s your favorite source of manufacturer coupons? Let us know by commenting below or on our Facebook page.
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