Who says living frugally has to be hard? It’s as easy as your fingertips and a little surfing on the net. Here are some great sites to check out for coupons. Happy Savings!
Select your province from a drop down menu, and Save.ca will display all of the grocery coupons for your area. Just check off the ones that you want, and they’ll mail them to you on the next business day. It’s free and easy.
Need additional copies of a coupon that SmartSource put out? Head over to smartsource.ca, where you can print two copies of any coupon that you see.
Need coupons for General Mills products? Lifemadedelicious.ca is the place to go. Click on the “offers” tab at the top of the page to view all current coupons and promotions. Then, sign up for their newsletter, so you’ll be among the first to know when there’s a new deal.
Tell Procter & Gamble which coupons you’d like to receive, and they’ll stick them in the mail. They also offer free samples once per quarter, so be sure to check those out as well.
Worth Noting: Coupon and sample quantities are limited, so there won’t always be something up on the site. Take a minute to register, and they’ll e-mail you whenever they have a new offer.
Register for SC Johnson’s Right@Home program, and receive coupons for products like Windex, Ziploc and Glade by mail.
Enter your postal code, and it will pull up all the Valpak coupons for your area – grocery coupons, restaurant coupons, service coupons and more.
Note: It actually asks for a zip code, but your postal code will work.
Pick up a copy of the Whole Deal in store, or choose the coupons that you want online. This is the Canadian version of their popular coupon booklet.
Need a coupon for a specific product? Go straight to the source. Here are the Canadian sites for many of the top manufacturers:
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