The best place to get coupons is the Sunday Newspaper. The Dallas Morning News (DMN) now costs $3 – that $3 will save you a LOT! You can also buy a double pack of newspapers bundled together for $5 – save 50¢ per paper and you get twice as many coupons! I usually buy 2-4 newspapers per week in order to have multiples of coupons. If I need more copies I can always order them from a clipping site for a small handling fee or trade for them on a coupon trading site.
Coupons are everywhere if you start looking for them. Here are all the varieties of coupons and where to find them:
Inserts: Coupons found in your Sunday newspaper in the section with the store weekly ads
Blinkies: Pull these coupons from the “blinking” machines at the grocery store
Peelies: Coupons that are stuck to the actual product
Tearpads: Pads of coupons typically found on special displays at the store, tear off one or two or three…
Winetags: Coupons that hang on the neck of a bottle of wine, they may or may not require a purchase of wine to use the coupon
Home Mailers: Coupons that are sent directly to your mailbox
Internet Printables (IPs): Coupons that are printed from the internet – not all stores accept these
You can also find coupons in magazines. All You is a magazine sold only at Walmart and it almost always has great coupons in it.