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Print Your Beginning of the Month Coupons!

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This is a scheduled post. I am not at my computer this weekend and will not be able to answer emails.

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Yesterday I mentioned that you needed to print your end of the month coupons. Well, now it’s the 1st of the month and you need to print the new coupons!

TIP: Check BettyCrocker.com to see if any of the high value cereal coupons have reset ($.60/1 and up). You might want to print those for future sales. And if there is a new $.60/1 Muir Glen coupon there, print that too. It will get you free tomato paste at Shaw’s.

Here is the list of sites I use!

Coupons.com

CouponNetwork.com

RedPlum.com

SavingStar – eCoupons

SmartSource.com

BoxTops4Education.com

Kelloggs.com

SpecialK.com

Pillsbury.com

BettyCrocker.com

CampbellsKitchen.com

AllYou.com

MakingLifeBetter.com

Hood

Stonyfield

Target Store Coupons

Mambo Sprouts

Goya

Common Kindness

Arm & Hammer

Qué Rica Vida (choose English from drop down menu at top right)

Whole Foods Store Coupons

Grocery Coupon Network

Cellfire eCoupons

CoolSavings

FreeFlys

Below are sites that offer an awesome community for couponers!

We Use Coupons

That Freebie Site

Free Coupon Alerts

WomanFreebies

A Full Cup

 

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1 comment to Print Your Beginning of the Month Coupons!

  • Michael

    Thanks for this list, Darlene! There are several on here that I hadn’t yet discovered, and that have some great coupons.

    One tip that I have is it takes a lot more time to actually cut all the coupons than to review the web sites and print them. So if you have elementary school aged kids, put them to work cutting them out for you! It will give them a fun activity to do and you can start teaching them a little bit about spending money wisely.