The one question I often see posted to online couponing groups is “where can I find coupons if I do not buy inserts?” This question is the perfect lead-in for this page; where to find free coupons online and how to print them! The following lists will either give you an added advantage if you are already purchasing weekly coupon inserts, or it will be a great place to start if you’re just entering the couponing world.
- The first list is full of websites that give you free manufacturer coupons for all types of items, including many for organic or all-natural products that you may not find in the Sunday paper.
- The second list is comprised of a mix of both printable and digital store coupons. The printable store coupons can usually be used in conjunction with a manufacturer coupon for even more savings. The digital store coupons are considered manufacturer coupons, and are usually limited to only a one-time use, but they do not require the use of a printer.
- Most of the manufacturer coupons can only be printed twice per device (laptop, desktop, smart phone, or tablet), but the store coupons can be printed as many times as you wish. Always remember to check the fine print on every coupon to avoid any misuse!
- PLEASE NOTE: Most of these sites have a print limit. Please do not try to copy or duplicate these unique coupons in any way. Each coupon will print with a code that attaches to your device and can be traced back to your IP address. The penalty for coupon misuse includes large fines and possible jail time. Saving a few dollars is just not worth it!
Free printable manufacturer coupons:
- Coupons.com is one of the biggest printable coupon websites. You will need to verify a code either via text or e-mail to ensure you are a real person. This should only require a one-time verification. Print limit is 2 per coupon, per device.
- Red Plum is another large printable website. This is the online component of one of the Sunday coupon inserts. Not all coupons found in the Sunday insert will be online, but a majority are every week. You will need to add a zip code before you can print. Or you can add you store’s loyalty card and clip coupons to that. Print limit is 2 per coupon, per device.
- Smart Source is the second insert usually found in the Sunday paper. Like Red Plum, Smart Source will update their printable coupons weekly with a selection of what can be found in the paper. Again, you will need a zip code to print, or you can add your store’s loyalty card and clip to there. Print limit is 2 per coupon, per device.
- Mambo Sprouts is a great coupon website if you are looking for savings on organic and/or all-natural products. Make sure your Java is up-to-date and you will need to verify your device via e-mail or text before you can print. Verification should only be a one-time thing. This site updates roughly once a month and most coupons have a print limit of 2 per device.
- Common Kindness is another great printable site for organic/all-natural coupons. I love this site because they also donate a portion of the each coupon to your choice of local charity. Print limit is usually 2 per coupon, per device.
- Moms Meet has a section on their amazing website for printable organic/all-natural product coupons, but this website offers so much more. You can apply to text out new products, write reviews on products you love, get advice from their world-wide mom community, and even earn points towards product rewards.
- Hopster is a great printable website for grocery and household products that are not usually included in the Sunday inserts. You can complete small missions (like visiting the brand’s website) to unlock a higher-value coupon. Print limit is 2 per coupon, per e-mail address and device.
- Loro is more of a “catchall” for printable product coupons. You can find coupons here that link directly to their brand website. These coupons usually require you to sign-up for the brand’s newsletter, create an account on the brand’s website, or complete a small mission to gain access to the coupon. You may also see coupons on here from other printing websites such as coupons.com or redplum.com. Printing limits still apply; 2 per coupon, per device.
- Kimberly-Clark has a collection of printable brand coupons on one central website. Their products include brand names like Huggies, Kotex, Cottonelle, and Viva among many others. You will need to sign-up with an e-mail and print limits are the same as other sites; 2 per coupon, per e-mail.
- Betty Crocker has a small weekly selection of product coupons on their website, plus you can compare weekly sale ads for certain products to find the best prices. These coupons tend to have a 1 print per coupon limit and you will need to sign-up with your e-mail address to print. You will also receive updates on when they are giving away free samples on the website. This is usually done when a new product is introduced. Samples are limited to 1 per household.