Print them while you can!

Just a reminder it’s the last day of the month, this is the time internet printables on the printable sites are re-set. Some have already hit their limit by now but check out the links on this previous post and get them while you can. They will be reset tomorrow, some replaced, some will stay the same, you just never know. Remember you can hit back and refresh and print 2 on most sites. If you cant find the one you just printed, like on coupons.com you may have to look all the way at the bottom of all the coupons to see the ones you have recently printed or those that you have printed to their limit of 2 already. Happy Printing!

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Printable Coupon Links

This is by no means a complete list and we will add more to the list as we come across new ones or readers suggest some of their favorites in the comments section (all comments are private), These sites are safe for printing from.  These sites might ask you to download a coupon printer the first time you use their site and it should not conflict with any software, some also offer toolbars if that is something you are interested in.  Some of these sites may ask you to register and others just monitor how many times you have printed a coupon from your computer.  You should be able to print most coupons twice by either using the back button or going back to the homepage and selecting them again.  Please let us know if you have any problems or questions.

www.coupons.com

www.smartsource.com

www.redplum.com

www.couponnetwork.com

www.thecouponbook.extrasforme.com

www.pillsbury.com

www.bettycrocker.com

www.makinglifebetter.com/offers -click on coupon tab

www.save.com – click the coupon link near the top

www.mambosprouts.com – organic

www.commonkindness.com – organic

www.hopster.com

www.allyou.com

www.savingstar.com – load the deals to your account, you accumulate credits redeemable for rewards based on purchases you make

www.ibotta.com – works with smart phones and some tablets

Common Couponing Abbreviations

Here is a very extensive list of common abbreviations you will come across as you are looking for coupons and making your shopping lists. If we have missed something you have a question about, please ask!

RP – Red Plum

SS – Smart source

P&G – Proctor & Gamble

GM – General Mills

AY All You Magazine (found at Walmart or can be ordered online)

 

Printable – printed on your computer

IP – Internet Printable coupons

FLIP – Food Lion Internet Printable

Regional (R) – not available in all areas

$1.00/1 – Must purchase one item

$1.00/3– Must purchase 3 items

$/$$ – $ off wyb $$ of product; for example $5 off $25 purchase

 

Hangtag – Found around necks of salad dressing, sodas, cleaning products & wine bottles (not coupons for wine- usually for meat & fruit)

Peelies – stuck on products in the store; you can take even if not purchasing

Blinkies – Red coupon machines at various stores. Children love to pull these out (usually do not double)

Tear pad – Pad of coupons for you to tear off as many as you want. Placed sporadically around the store. Save some for other couponers

 

B1G1, BOGO Buy 1 Get 1 Free 

 

YMMV– Your Mileage May Vary. Prices are different by state so be aware. The deals may not be the same everywhere.

MIR – Mail in Rebate

Catalina – Paper coupon that prints out beside the receipt dispenser

OOP – Total out of pocket after all coupons

MFG – Manufacturer

UPC – Barcode on product that cashiers scan

Decoding Barcodes

Starts with 5: doubles (unless it says do not double – still may double)

Starts with 9: does not double

Other #s: usually store coupons (can be stacked with manufacturer coupons)

NED – No Expiration Date (some coupons directly from manufacturer have these)

WSL – While supplies last

WYB – when you buy

 

ECB or EB – Extra Care Bucks (CVS)

Up+ Reward – loyalty reward at Rite Aid (received at register like ECBs)

RR- Register Rewards, catalinas that print at the register at Walgreens

 

 

 

 

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