Online Couponing

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In 1888, the Coca-Cola Company issued the first coupon, and a new way to save money was born. Coupon popularity skyrocketed during the hard economic times of the Great Depression Throughout the years, the Sunday newspaper was the place to find a treasure trove of coupons, but the decline in newspaper readership over the last two decades has changed all that. Now coupon clippers head online, turning to digital coupons that can be downloaded and printed with a click or two.

Everyone likes to save money, especially if it is convenient, and a Google search reveals a staggering number of coupon sites. Here are three of the most popular for you to try. You should know that most sites will require the installation of a coupon printing program on the first use. The installation is quite easy, and after that the coupons will print automatically.

http://www.retailmenot.com/
RetailMeNot asserts that it is the largest online coupon site in the world. It gives you free access to offers from many popular stores and restaurants, including online coupon codes, free shipping offers and printable coupons for in-store use.

http://www.coupons.com/
Coupons.com is a user-friendly site that has local coupons, coupon codes, a member center, and exclusive member savings. One feature, the CouponBar, lets you have instant access to savings no matter what website you are on. You’ll find a wide variety of coupons.

http://thekrazycouponlady.com/
TheKrazyCouponLady.com was founded by two stay-at-home moms who were tired of spending $500 per month feeding their families. Soon, they were “stacking” coupons, sales, and store promotions and walking out of the store with sacks full of free groceries. A beginners’ guide shows you how to get started. There are deals, sales, and coupons for newspaper, printable, and mobile coupons. You name it — this site has it.

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