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A lot of the time I am asked where I get all my coupons. There are many ways you can get coupons. I get the bulk of my coupons from the Sunday Newspaper. I have worked out a deal with my local newspaper because I have 10 Sunday papers delivered to my home. I get each paper for 75 cents a piece which is good for my area. I save the inserts each week and write the date on the front to find when needed at a later date. I store mine in a beautiful cart that was given to me by my Awesome Aunt!
I know that seems like a bit much but coupons from months ago can benefit you now. I can’t count the number of time I have been able to do a deal because of all the inserts I have saved.
Some people choose to go a different route. For some it is easier to look at the weekly ad when it is posted on Monday for the following week. They then go to a coupon clipping site and purchase only the coupons they will need for those sales. I personally don’t buy all my coupons this way but I do go to them occasionally when I do not have enough of something or a coupon is regional and I did not receive it. I personally prefer www.mycouponhunter.com. Their service is incredible, pricing is reasonable, and shipping is very quick!
I have heard of people who raid recycling bins. People I know talk to friends who get the paper but don’t coupon and get their inserts.
There are also internet printable coupons which can be found on www.coupons.com. They are also linked from the weekly ad.
Some couponers e-mail the company and receive coupons that way.
There are also companies like www.vocalpoint.com where you can try Word of Mouth marketing products that typically come with coupons.
I am sure I will think of more but for now these are the ones I can recall. =)