Where To Find Free Printable Grocery Coupons

I am always looking for ways to save money on my grocery bill. Since our food bill is one of the main expenses at our house that we have some control over, why not save some money? With instant Lowes promo code you get instant printable coupons. You can print these coupons and redeem them. Also, these promo-codes can be used for online shopping as well.

Clipping coupons has always been the easiest way to save on your grocery bill. Do you remember a few years back when a few women were on the news because they could literally save hundreds of dollars each month by using coupons they clipped out? They were a sensation.

With the advent of the internet you no longer have to wait for the newspaper or magazines to arrive to get your money saving coupons. The only trick is finding where to look online for those coupons. Many of the websites I found wanted you to become a member and often it required a yearly or monthly payment to them to access their website.

I have not bothered to list them here as I have always thought that the manufacturers want to give away the coupons to encourage the purchase of their item. Here is a list of 3 websites that have coupons you can print, clip and take to the store with you. I did some extensive poking around each website.


This website lists about 90+ coupons. Not all of them are what I would call an everyday item. The majority of them are not what I need or use but are good for tying out a new item. You simply browse through the coupons and check off which ones you would like to print. The site is very simple to use.

Mommy Saves Big blog

Here is a blog that someone took the time to put together. The coupons range from grocery items to coupons that can be used at stores like Bed and Bath. The coupons are in PDF format so you will need Acrobat reader to see and print them. Each one of them lists their expiration date in the description so you will not be wasting time trying to print out useless coupons.

My Savings

This is a membership site but joining is free. I think it is just another way to get your address. If you don’t mind being on another mailing list then go ahead and join. They have printable coupons.

Many of the websites I found were duplicates of Smartsource the first website I found. So they all offered the same 70 to 90 coupons. Another source for coupons is to go to the main website of the store you shop. They all have their in store specials listed for the week and often have printable coupons too. Safeway, Walmart and Fred Meyer are among the stores that I frequent and have found coupons listed on their websites. If you are a pet owner, many of the large pet food companies have online coupons for you to print out at their websites. I have often visited Purina and Iams to get a coupon from there.

What do you think?

Stefan Smith

Written by Stefan Smith

Stefan Smith is currently the managing editor of Nfl Touch Down. She is the author of ‘Sweet Life’ and the recipient of Pen and Scroll award.

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