I LOVE saving money and finding great deals — I think it’s in my blood!
However, I also value my time and try to only spend time on things that are important to me and my family.
Sometimes, I am able to save both time and money, other times I have to choose what is more important, saving time or saving money.
One area of my life that saves me a lot of money, but requires a regular chunk of time is clipping coupons. Although it has become one of my favorite hobbies, I still have to monitor how much time I spend on this activity… and whether it is worth my time to search for every single deal available. (By the way…it’s not!)
If you are looking for great coupons but don’t have a lot of time, check out my list of coupon resources below.
You may want to “Bookmark” this page so you can easily reference it when it’s time to make your grocery list each week.
Free Internet Coupons:
The following coupons can be printed for free from any computer with internet connection. You can usually print one coupon per computer and you may be required to download “coupon printing” software. Don’t worry, it’s safe!
- AllYou coupons
- Cellfire Ecoupons — only available with select stores
If you want even more coupons…and are willing to pay a little extra, here are a few great resources
- Subscribe to your local Sunday newspaper
- All You Magazine: in addition to their free coupons, you can get a paid subscription with more coupons (usually about $50-$60 worth of coupons in each issue)
Depending on what stores you shop at, you might be able to print coupons good for that store — and then stack them with manufacturer coupons for double savings!
Excellent Deal Finding Websites:
If your like me and don’t have a lot of time, you can subscribe to one of these sites or follow them via Facbook and Twitter to get up-to-date deals, coupons, rebates and more.
Do you have a great deal-finding site? Let me know and I’ll add it to my list!