This is probably the best link on my page 😉
…. it is sort of important to HAVE coupons to coupon 😉
Check out this “how to” video from Coupon Christine! CLICK HERE
Accessing coupons is easy once you know where to look
1) Tear Pads – these are located in front of products in local grocery (coupon zone is at Loblaws banner stores), and pharmacies (my favourite places include Shoppers Drug Mart, Rexall and Shoppers Drug Mart). Make friends with your local store manager and ask him/her when they typically put out tear pads. Often stores follow either a beginning or end of the month trend. Click here to read more
– Another format of tear pads is Coupon Zone coupon walls – these are located at Loblaw, Real Canadian Superstore, No Frills and Independent grocery stores in the main foyer of the store between in entrance and exit doors of the store. These coupons can be exclusive store specific coupons and have their own rules associated with them written on the back. But they can be varied, read the fine print on the back.
2) Coupon Inserts – these are those shiny booklets that come out with the flyers on Thursday night (depending on the area and what area the companies wanted to distribute to) or your local newspapers typically on Saturday morning (see list below)
Printable Insert Schedule for your BINDER – click here – Canadian Smartsource and RedPlum Insert Schedule
3) Printable and Mailed Coupons –
From the comfort of your computer chair, you can print great coupons you and your family can use today most of the sites are converting to print, which means you can get them instantly!
Of course my favourite place to get coupons is in my mailbox.
For both printing and mail you need to visit the following sites, set up accounts with each one, and select the coupons you want and then 2-3 weeks later, coupons arrive 🙂