Here you will find information where you can get coupons other than from Sunday papers inserts and magazines. I will list the links I use most often and let you know what you can get from them!
www.thecouponclippers.com –You can order coupons from this site for a minimal amount, you are actually paying for the time and effort for them clipping the coupons, not the coupon itself. You do pay shipping but it is well worth it and you still pay way less per item than retail!!
www.ebay.com- YES, I know, Ebay, Same thing as above, But NEVER buy a internet printable coupon, only a coupon from a magazine or a Sunday insert. You can order Sunday inserts from larger cities where the coupons were not the same as in our local inserts. This is why some of the match ups will vary.
Printables are going to be a copy I can almost guarantee so do not get into this. That is Fraud! You will pay shipping here as well usually but it is also way less per item than retail!!
www.savingstar.com- A brand new Loadable coupon site for Winn Dixie and CVS coupons that you load directly to your rewards card. About time !! All you need is a rewards card for the store! Load the coupons you need and make sure to remember to use it at the checkout, but, I am sure you would not forget!!!
The savings are not taken off your bill at the store. Instead, they are added to your SavingStar account where you can pick your payout from a deposit into your bank account or PayPal account, an Amazon gift card or a donation to charity. Savings will post to your account within 7-30 days depending upon where you shopped.
www.afullcup.com –There are a lot of coupons here to choose from. A lot of everything!
www.upromise.com -These coupons are loadable coupons that do not make your total go down but are actually college savings! You need to get a Upromise savings card from Publix and register your cards from CVS and Winn-Dixie. Upromise is something to look into because you can register your credit cards to give back savings into college accounts for a TON of places from gas stations to restaurants.