The Best Grocery Coupon Sites Online

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The Best Grocery Coupon Sites Online


Today’s guest post is brought to us by Edward Stern. Edward is a guest blogger for My Dog Ate My Blog and a writer on distance learning  for the Guide to Online Schools.


Out of all of a person’s expenses every month, groceries are certainly up there as far as cost goes. Frugal families save money by cooking at home rather than eating out, but the costs still add up. However, groceries are one of the places where serious savings can be found, especially when buying store rather than name brand and using coupons. The days of looking through the newspaper with scissors handy are nearing an end, as online money-saving grocery coupon sites are en vogue. Here are some of the best ones to help you find those key discounts at major grocery chains, without a whole lot of hassle.


Coupons.com: The first is still the best. Many sites feed off coupons.com for their discounts, so cut out the middleman and just go straight to the source. There’s no sign up required, and coupons are non-location specific, meaning they are available nationally. Coupons.com is any discount hunter’s first stop among the online coupon circuit.   

Coupons Mom: Featured on Oprah, the Today Show, CNN, and other major media outlets, Coupons Mom boasts over 3 million members and counting. Just sign up for free and started saving. While not the prettiest looking site in the world, Coupons Mom is serious about discounts. Check out their tutorials for learning how to be a super shopper and save even more at the register. 

Krazy Coupon Lady: The tech-savvy moms of Krazy Coupon Lady won’t stop until everyone is saving 50-90% at the register. Their site, formatted in an up-to-date blog style,  offers printable discounts at major chains like CVS, Safeway, Albertsons, and Target, among others. Just look around, find a deal for what you need, and print it off. Coupon hunting has never been so easy.

Mambo Sprouts: For green-minded shoppers looking for organic goods, Mambo Sprouts is the place to go. The site offers discounts on healthy, green eating to help you save a healthy amount of green. Additonally, Mambo Sprouts is a community, featuring recipes, reviews of new products, and a section where visitors can link up with other like-minded shoppers and share tips and secrets.

Penny Pincher Gazette: The good folks at PP Gazette have gone to the trouble of taking all the best deals from many of the sites listed here and more and bringing them to one simple place. Membership is free, and PP Gazette also features discounts found in newspaper circulars in your area.

Red Plum: Red Plum is the new kid on the block and is making major waves. It’s super easy to use format is attractive. Just select all the coupons you want and hit print. Red Plum offers national deals and location-specific ones as well. Make sure to enter your zip code to see what deals are lurking in your neighborhood. 

Smart Source: Smart Source has thousands of coupons ready to print, free of charge with no sign up required. Get discounts on groceries and all sorts of household items. Sign up for their e-mail list to get notices for new deals and to get exclusive discounts. Smart Source also searches for deals around your area after you enter your zip code. Now isn’t that smart? 


How about you all? Have you used any of these or other good sites for finding grocery coupons? Share your experiences by commenting below!


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