Where Do I Find Coupons?

To use coupons, you have to HAVE coupons.  But where do people get all those coupons?

Here’s how to get coupons:

 

Paper and Printed Coupons:

Mobile and e-coupon programs:
  • SavingStar
    works with Winn-Dixie, CVS, Rite-Aid and others
    load offers to your store card and receive it as cash back after purchase
  • Ibotta
    works with CVS, Walgreens, Rite Aid, Dollar General, Target, Publix, Walmart, Sam’s Club, Whole Foods and more!
    scan your receipt and items after purchase and receive cash back
    requires a smart phone
  • Checkout51  works at ANY store.  You can upload receipts via phone app or by taking a picture and uploading via your computer.
  • Snap by Groupon identical to Checkout51 above.  Works at any store and can redeem via app or on your computer.
  • Shopkick works with Target and other retailers.  There are mobile coupons to use as well as offers to earn points you can redeem for giftcards.  This one requires  a smartphone
  • Shopmium
    similar to Ibotta and Checkout51
    find the app in your phone’s app store
    use code MCACKKRG to get an extra freebie when you sign up!
  • Target  Mobile coupons by text and via the new Cartwheel program
  • Receipt Hog Receive points when you upload your shopping receipts and redeem your points for gift cards!
  • MobiSave – simple, easy cash back for scanning your receipt after purchase
  • Winn-Dixie ecoupons
    coupons you load to your store loyalty card to receive a discount at the time of purchase
    cannot be stacked with manufacturer coupons
    do not double
    one per purchase
  • Publix ecoupons
    add the coupons you want to your account.  enter your account number (phone number) at the register to receive a discount at time of purchase.
    can NOT be used with your regular coupons.  If you have a Publix ecoupon for $1 off Cheerios, when you enter your phone number at the register it will deduct the $1 – the register will not take a coupon for $1 off Cheeries after e-coupon has been applied.  (The reverse is also true, if you give the paper coupon first the ecoupon will not deduct)
    can not be doubled
    one per purchase


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