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Tips For Getting Grocery Coupons Online

Three Tips For Getting Grocery Coupons Online

Coupon clipping has become less popular since its peak in 1992, but 2007 was the first year usage did not decline. Expectantly, the change of heart is attributed to more expensive groceries and less discretionary income. Resistant shoppers claim the time and money trade isn't worth it, but there are new online tools that are perfect for busy people that want to save money.

  • TheGroceryGame.com: The site will send a weekly list of the lowest-priced products at your supermarket along with manufacturers' coupons and specials.
  • AOL Shortcuts: Register your store loyalty cards with AOL Shortcuts and then search online offers. When you find deals that fit your product needs, click on coupons you want and they'll be added to your loyalty cards. Swipe your card when you check out at the store — no paper involved!
  • Manufacturer websites: Some manufacturers, like Pillsbury and General Mills, offer coupon galleries on their websites.

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thelorax thelorax 7 years
If you live in California (and maybe Nevada too?) Raley's/Bel Air/Nob Hill will e-mail you coupons every week if you sign up, www.raleys.com
hihowareya hihowareya 7 years
I don't like the idea of having to pay for coupons. Also, none of the stores on that AOL Shortcuts are here in Vermont. :-\
hihowareya hihowareya 7 years
I don't like the idea of having to pay for coupons.Also, none of the stores on that AOL Shortcuts are here in Vermont. :-\
gigly_grl gigly_grl 7 years
save.ca is a great one for Canadians... I just wish they'd have a print function or send to email option instead of the process of snail mail (time, money, paper).
Liss1 Liss1 7 years
Damn! AOL doesn't list any stores in my area :(
Liss1 Liss1 7 years
I will definately try the AOL one. I love saving money at the grocery store, the prices are getting out of control :)
c-a-t-h c-a-t-h 7 years
What does Teri's List cost? For a dollar, first-time members can try Teri's List for four weeks! After that, it's is just $10 every eight weeks for one store. Most areas offer only one store list. But if you happen to be in an area where more than one list is available, for each additional store list you choose, you'll be billed an extra $5 every eight weeks.
c-a-t-h c-a-t-h 7 years
What does Teri's List cost?For a dollar, first-time members can try Teri's List for four weeks! After that, it's is just $10 every eight weeks for one store. Most areas offer only one store list. But if you happen to be in an area where more than one list is available, for each additional store list you choose, you'll be billed an extra $5 every eight weeks.
jen1975 jen1975 7 years
How much does GroceryGame cost once you're past the $1 trial?
RosaDilia RosaDilia 7 years
I've been using coupons for some time now. It's helps to call your local supermarket first because not all take on line coupons. So far there's one supermarket in my neighborhood that does not take on-line coupons. I need to check out that AOL shortcuts. That process beats manually cutting out the coupons and walking around with a purse full of them.
RosaDilia RosaDilia 7 years
I've been using coupons for some time now. It's helps to call your local supermarket first because not all take on line coupons. So far there's one supermarket in my neighborhood that does not take on-line coupons.I need to check out that AOL shortcuts. That process beats manually cutting out the coupons and walking around with a purse full of them.
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
i've used the Grocerygame.com for years and it's pretty good. my mom actually JUST signed up for it and it's useful to her since she has room to store things and she buys for the whole week, and she told me that within the past month that she's saved over $60 with it, so it's really worthwhile. i always used to joke with her and my grandmother because they would clip coupons, but it really does make a lot of sense. i think that if you're going to buy something that you know that you're going to use, you might as well try to save some money on it if you can.
ilanac13 ilanac13 7 years
i've used the Grocerygame.com for years and it's pretty good. my mom actually JUST signed up for it and it's useful to her since she has room to store things and she buys for the whole week, and she told me that within the past month that she's saved over $60 with it, so it's really worthwhile.i always used to joke with her and my grandmother because they would clip coupons, but it really does make a lot of sense. i think that if you're going to buy something that you know that you're going to use, you might as well try to save some money on it if you can.
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