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Online coupons are one of my favorite money-saving tools because they're readily accessible to anyone with a computer and a printer. You don't have to worry about saving and storing coupon inserts -- just print or load and go.
So where do you find the best printable coupons online?
1) Coupons.com is one of my favorite resources. This month you can find a variety of $1 off Kellogg's cereal coupons, as well as $3 off Huggies Pure & Natural Diapers, $2 off Dry Idea deodorant, and $1.50 off two boxes of Kashi cereal.
2) Smartsource is another similar site that offers fantastic printable coupons. Some of my current favorites are the buy one get one free Kraft EasyMac, $1 off Excedrin, and $0.75 off No Yolks noodles.
3) RedPlum offers less variety than Coupons.com or Smartsource, but they get coupons you won't find anywhere else such as $1 off Nivea for Men, $1 off new Del Monte Fruit Chillers, and $1.50 off two Kellogg's Mini-Wheats, All Bran, or Raisin Bran.
4) Upromise.com has fantastic ecoupons. They work a little differently in that you're not actually receiving money off of your purchase. Instead it's deposited in a college fund for future educational costs. The best thing about Upromise ecoupons is that you can take advantage of them in conjunction with another manufacturer coupon to double the savings. Just load them to your store loyalty cards at participating stores and start saving.
5) Cellfire is a relative newcomer, but they have great ecoupons that you can load to your Kroger family store loyalty cards. I like to just load them all to my card and then I can basically forget about them. If I purchase a qualifying item, the savings will be automatically deducted from my transaction total.
Of course you can often find really great printable coupons directly on the manufacturer sites, but the sites I've listed above are a good starting point.
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