Good sites include Coupons.com, SmartSource.com, and CoolSavings.com. ShopSmart says to always check on the first day of the month, that's when they usually load the new coupons.
To print the coupons, you will have to download special software. ShopSmart advises printing the whole page so that the store manager can see that it's from a legitimate source.
And for more supermarket savings, before you head to the store check for sales online at MyGroceryDeals.com. You can compare coupons at your favorite supermarkets and decide where to shop that week, and maybe even plan your menus around what's on sale.
ShopSmart says before you head out to shop, it also pays to go to the store's Web site and look for discounts. These days, even outlet stores have coupons you can print out.
You can even get coupons on the go, says ShopSmart, if you have an Internet-enabled cell phone. Sign up at Cellfire.com. And whenever you log on, coupons will be downloaded right to your phone to show at the store.
When you shop online, you're often asked for a promotional code. Don't have one? ShopSmart says, "No problem!" It's easy to find promotion codes online. Just go to Google, and type in the words "promotion code" and the name of the Web site where you're shopping. You can often find a code to enter.
You can get more money-saving tips at: shopsmartmag.org.
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