- First and foremost visit the sites of products you use regularly. Let them know how much you like or were unsatisfied with their product. Sometimes they will randomly send you coupons for big savings or free offers.
- Newspapers are a good place to find coupons. I buy 2-3 every Sunday depending on what is in them. I verify by checking a blogger that is close to my home.
- If you have a favorite restaurant head to their site and see if they have a newsletter. You sign up and sometimes they will send you deals by email.
- Also when you are in your doctors or dentists office let them know you use coupons. Often manufactures will give them coupons for their patients. I received mouthwash, toothpaste and many more coupons for products I use. If you don't use them check out these sites and trade them for ones you do us. Coupon Swap, Christine's Coupon Swap .
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