Printable Coupon Roundup – Coupon Network

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Coupon Network



Here are the latest printable coupons available from the CouponNetwork Grocery Coupons

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Keep on saving!  :o)

–Barbara
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Extreme Wednesday – Printable Coupon Reminders!

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Extreme Wednesday’s – Printable Coupon Reminders!



As you all may know by now a new Extreme Couponing episode airs tonight on TLC, which serves as a perfect reminder to grab your printable (and digital) coupons!   

For a more extensive list of printable coupons, head here.  Also, you can brush up on all things “coupon” in the “Couponing 101” tab above. 

  • Coupons.com –  You can print all your coupons.com coupons right here at AFM!    Remember, for each coupon, you may print it twice. Just hit the “back” button after the first printing.  ALso, if you haven’t used it yet, you’ll be asked to install  “coupon printer software” — don’t be scared, it’s just their means to keeping track of which coupons you’ve already printed.  It’s safe.  :o)

  • Cellfire –  Allows you to save digital coupons to your shoppers card, at stores like Kroger (and its affiliates.  It’s the greenest way to Coupon.   

  • Red Plum Coupons – RP coupons are also available in printable form.  The same applies to RP coupons, as with coupons.com — print twice, and you may have to install their program.  

  • Kellogg’s Coupons and Savings – sign up with Kellogg’s to receive $5 – $10 in coupons, as well as special offers and promotions.  C’mon, it’s Kellogg’s.  And coupons.  You can’t lose!

For a more extensive list of printable coupons, head here.  Also, you can brush up on all things “coupon” in the “Couponing 101” tab above. 

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4 HOT Quiznos Coupons — print ’em and save ’em for a rainy day

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TQuiznos 30th Anniversary - 4 Coupons

Quiznos 30th Anniversary – 4 Coupons

In honor of Quiznos 30th Anniversary, they’re passing on some toasty savings to you.  Print all four coupons, and save them for a rainy day!

  • Free Chip or Cookie and Regular Fountain Drink
  • Free Sub or Regular Salad
  • 2 Meals For $9.99
  • $1 Off Regular Sub or $2 Off Large Sub 

Click here to print your coupons now!  :o)

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Storing & Organizing Your Coupons – The Evolution of My Coupon Organization

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Many of you have asked me how I store and haul my coupons.  I’m not going to lie: I have yet to  perfect my system(s), but with each attempt, it seems to be getting easier as I go!  I’ll take you through my coupon storage evolution, and perhaps you will find a system that meets your needs along the way.

Particularly if you are a couponing newbie, I know storing and organizing your coupons can be quite daunting and prove to be an overwhelming task, to say the least.  I’ll confess that I still find the process a bit too much at times, and I’ve been couponing my entire adult life.  Truth be told, most Sundays, I dread the task of clipping and organizing; sometimes it drags in to Mondays as well.  (Does that make anyone feel better???)

Please keep in mind that you will need to create your own system that works for you.  Feel free to borrow these ideas, but you’ll need to make your own tweaks to make it your own.  :o)

The Envelope – For years, I carried a small, laminated envelope around in my purse.  (I believe it was an extra “thank you note”-sized one.)  This worked fine for my needs at the time: it fit in my purse (which was exponentially smaller in my younger, pre-mommy days!), and held about two or three dozen coupons.  Being the hyper-organized person, I still had them in a categorized order, even within the small envelope.

NOTE: Some people use a more complex “envelope system” to store and organize their coupons.  Most will keep a set of envelopes in a shoe box, or similar sized container.  Each envelope will hold a category of coupons.

The Expanding Coupon File/Accordian – I found a plastic  expanding coupon accordian holder for about $3 at Big Lots a few years ago, and happily used this for quite a while.  Even with the small(er) pre-mommy purse, the coupon file was portable enough to fit in my purse.  It had about 13 sections, which I labeled based on categories that made sense to me.  This worked when I was still heavily buying store brand items, but occasionally kept my eye open for deals on select other products.  You can pick one up at Target for under $5.

The Petite Coupon Binder – Once my coupon file literally started bursting at the seems, I knew it was time to upgrade.  The need for something more occurred around the time I started picking up my parents coupons, and occasionally my mother-in-laws.  Also, around this time, I began to understand how to play the drugstore games, read the sales cycles at grocery stores, and exploring the blogosphere for deeper savings.  I found myself no longer boxed in to store brand versions, and in order to maximize savings, clipped coupons for multiple brands for the same product.  Oh, and I discovered the delectable joys of printable coupons!
The petite coupon binder was a find from Target.  (I know, I’m like a walking Target ad!)  Initially, I took some Ziplock freezer bags (because I thought they’d be the most durable), hole punched them, and made these my zipper pouches for each coupon category.  What I quickly discovered, however, was how darn THICK this system became: the bags filled with coupons, and the zippers themselves proved to be just too bulky for my needs.  I started searching around the house for old Day Runner-type planners, and found a handful.  Thus, I was able to replace the bulky Ziplocks with the zippered pouches that come with the planners.
But I still had a darn rubber-band holding it all together.  I reluctantly realized I needed something more….
The Full-Fledged Coupon Binder –  Equipped with some business card holder pages, baseball card holder pages, sheet protectors, and photo pages – all from Goodwill!- I stepped up to the Big Leagues!  As I said before, my organizational style requires that I categorize, and then subcategorize.  Plus, I’m highly visual.  Thus, having a page per subcategory (or a few subs per page) allowed me to better SEE my coupons.  I will post specifically about my coupon binder, complete with photos later and a category list.  :o)I digress.   If you do the bulk of your shopping with coupons, including restaraunts, general store coupons, and use printables, OR if you collect multiple copies of coupons, I highly recommend the coupon binder system.  With a coupon binder, you put your coupons in either picture sheets (wallet size, 4×6 size, or 3×5) or baseball card holders.  Each sheet comes three-hole punched and is a standard “sheet” size.  You can use dividers to tab off each category.  Again, there are several ways to categorize your coupons — some categorize by the isles in the grocery store, some go in alplabetic order.  You must find a way that makes sense to YOU.

If you haven’t the time, desire, or resources to create your own coupon binder, OR if you wish to surprise a couponing friend with a gift,  I suggest The Coupon Clutch.  It’s a super cute, highly fashionable binder, and available in various styles.  It remains on my wish list.

Another option is the Coupon Magic Organizer.  This is a system, including a 2″ zippered 3-ring binder, comes equipped with all the materials you’ll need to get started.   You can buy individual pieces for an existing coupon binder you may have, or purchase the entire system — all in one place.  With both The Coupon Clutch and the Coupon Magic Organizer, there are almost always coupon codes floating around — I suggest trying Retail Me Not, or a good ol’ Google search.

There are, of course, many other ways to organize your coupons.  Some use an envelope and box system, as I mentioned earlier.  This is a modified version of the coupon binder, in my eyes; it just uses envelopes instead of binder pages to hold the coupons.  My friend Heather, over at Family Friendly Frugality, uses a large accordian folder to hold entire inserts — she eliminates the clipping all together by keeping track of her coupons on the Coupon Database!

Whichever way you choose,  you need to make it a system that works for you.  Don’t make it more work than it needs to be for you.  Most importantly, keep your eyes on the prize: having a method in which to store and organize your coupons, to help you save more money each and every time you shop!  :o)

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All’s Quiet on the Frugal Front

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My dear readers, you’ve most likely noticed the pace around here has been a bit sluggish the last month.  My apologies for not keeping abreast with all the goings-on in the frugal world as of late.  Please be assured that I am working behind the scenes, and am preparing for a few major undertakings, TBA.  (That’s all I can say for now; trust me, big stuff is underway!)  


Along with these changes, I’ve been dealing with a toddler who suddenly loathes naps and bedtime, which was the prime time in which I could work on the blog.  Add to it, her adventurous curiosity, which leads her to parts of the house unknown, like snaking through the GATED back stair case by fitting through the upper posts (!!); sneaking in to the garage from the kitchen, and heading towards the door to the back porch, with school bus in hand (of course?!); and trying to fill up the bathtub, with her in it, while Mommy scrubbed crayon off the kitchen walls.  And that’s just the highlights from this morning, before heading to the doctor for confirmation that she, indeed, has pinkeye…  Needless to say, I’m running a bit ragged these days…  but, I digress.


In the meantime, I’m working to fill out my “household services” section, including a recent review of Comfort Zone heating and air.  I’ve got a fantastic custom cabinet maker to tell you about, a gutters and windows installer, and more to come.  Truly, if mine is the house that Jack built, what the heck was Jack drinking whilst building?!??

Please continue to utilize my printable Coupon Center to help you stay abreast of all the best deals.  Also, check out the Groupon widget on the side of the blog (over there ——> to the right), as well as the latest deals on Target.com, located right under the Groupon widget.  

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Finding (and Stocking Up On) Cheap Diapers!

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I frequently brag about never paying more than $5 for a pack of diapers.  It’s one item I refuse to pay full price for, particularly given what will -ahem- end up in them…

Recently, I was asked how the heck I manage such a feat.  With this question, I realized I’ve overlooked explaining a few basics to y’all.  So, I will happily reveal my diaper-buying secrets.  :o)

 

(And, yes, most of these tips can be applied to just about anything you frequently buy.)

  • Good things come in small packages.  And I’m not just referring to yours truly. ;o)  With most items I buy with coupons, I find that nine times out of ten, I can get the best deal, not by buying in bulk, but by purchasing the smallest package.  Using coupons drives down the unit price significantly more when you buy the smaller item.  This theory will almost always hold water.  Every blue moon, I find a good deal on a box of diapers, but the vast majority of diapers I’ve purchased in the last five years have been the small packs.
  • Coupons, coupons, coupons!  I never, ever, ever, ever, buy diapers without coupons in hand. (Well, I did this one time on a pack of CVS store brand pack on clearance, but that’s another story…)  A high value diaper coupon is usually for $2.00 – $3.00.  Printable coupons also float around online from time to time.  (Did you know I have a whole page just for baby-related coupons?)  If you find one of these, hold on to it; don’t rush right out and use it, because…
  • Timing is key.  Taking my coupons with me, I wait until stores have a good sale on diapers. (I recommend creating a price book, so you can track the sales cycle for items you buy frequently.  It takes a little time to set up and maintain, but I promise it’s totally worth it in the long run!)  Usually, $8.99 is a good sale price for a small pack of Huggies or Pampers.  Luvs tend  to come in slightly larger packs, and usually priced a buck or two higher.  So, combined with a high value coupon, you can score a pack for around six bucks.  ….but wait a minute, I said I never pay more than FIVE for a pack: here’s the real secret:
  • BONUS BUY!  Combine your manufacture coupons with store coupons. This is called “stacking”.  Target printable coupons, Publix coupons, CVS Extra Care Bucks, Rite Aid UP Rewards, and Walgreens’ Register Rewards can all be combined with your high value manufacture coupons to drive down the cost of those diapers even further.  Furthermore, Target periodically offers gift card incentives when you buy particular diapers.

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  • Further Icing on the Diaper Cake Another way to add to the savings is to sign up for Huggies “Enjoy the Ride” program, Pampers “Gifts to Grow” program, and Luvs mailing list.  All send out coupons to its members on a fairly regular basis.  Huggies and Pampers allow you to accumulate rewards points from packs of diapers and wipes you purchase; points can be used for all sorts of things, including coupons for FREE packs of diapers.
  • A few more pointers I’ve learned along the way:
    • If the store brand is still cheaper, even when you do all of the above, the decision should be clear.  GO WITH THE STORE BRAND!
    • This system works best if you are not brand dependent.  I completely understand that y’all may be loyal to a certain brand, for a plethora of reasons.  However, I do advise shopping around if you can, and trying out different brands.  I’ve only found one store brand to be sub par (Wal-Mart’s Parent’s Choice — the tabs seemed to come off easily in the midst of changings), so I’ve been pleased overall with simply buying whatever is cheapest.
    • Not sure you want to commit to a whole package?  All the name brands offer free samples/trial packs fairly frequently — take advantage of that.  Rite Aid’s store brand, Tugaboos, are sold in “trial packs” of 3(?) for a buck.  Sam’s and Costco also frequently offer sample/trial packs of their diapers.  This is a great way to test the waters, without making a huge financial commitment.
    • Also, I always peruse the clearance sections.  I’ve found Pampers and Luvs on clearance before, and were able to drive down the cost even further with coupons.  I’ve gotten packs for under $3 from the clearance section, BEFORE COUPONS!  It’s rare, but if you always keep your eyes peeled, and coupons handy, you can score some great loot!  (I’m also not ashamed to admit I scored a pack of size 1 Huggies for under three bucks at Goodwill, too!)
The key to taking FULL advantage of diaper deals is to stock up when there are great diaper deals to be had.  I have a few friends and family members (who don’t have diaper-age children) who supply me with their coupons.  Therefore, at any given time, I have at least THREE coupons available for use.  Thus, I am able to stock up when I see a good deal.
So, that, in a nutshell, is how and why I never pay more than five bucks for a pack of diapers.  Make sense?

If you have any additional tips, questions, dastardly rude comments, or snide remarks about cheap diapers, I’d love to hear it.  :o)

Also, if you’re ready to ditch the diapers, learn how to potty train in less than a week.  AND read over some invaluable potty training tips and essentials.

Potty Training Essentials

Keep on saving!  :o)
--Barbara

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Printable Huggies Coupons + MORE Printable Huggies Coupons = WOO HOO! (squared)

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There are some HOT Huggies printable coupons available at the moment.  First, go here and tell 3 friends about Huggies coupons.  In turn, you get to print a $3.00 coupon for Huggies.  (And since it’s a bricks coupon, just hit the back button, and you can print it again.  SCORE!)


Second, go here to print two more $3.00 Huggies coupons.  (If you’ve already printed them twice, you will be unable to do so again.)

I hear rumors of a Target printable Huggies coupon for $2.50, but I haven’t been able to find it.  If you find it, please please please let me know!  Remember, you can stack store coupons with manufacture coupons from either of the first two sites.  You don’t have to be a fellow math nerd to know, this makes for some cheap diapers!

Finally, do a little dance — jiggety, jig-jig-jig!  You just got yourself some cheap diapers!!

Ok.  I’ll lay off the caffeine…
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AMF $20 off coupon **HOT DEAL!**

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Looking for something to do this weekend?   

How about some fun with friends and family at AMF Bowling Centers.  You can get a coupon for $20 off your next game with 4 more people.

Just fill out this easy form, and you’ll be able to print your coupon.  Click 
here to sign up.

Please note this coupon is not valid for Birthday parties.

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Coupons.com – New Coupons for 3/11/2011

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Coupons.com has some great new coupons this week! I’ve included several of them below, including links for selected coupons.  Remember, you can print your coupons.com coupons right here at Atlanta’s Frugal Mom. :o)


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$5.00 OFF Family Gourmet at Family Dollar Stores
$2.00 OFF ONE (1) WONKA Hollow Chocolate Egg
$1.00 OFF Weight Watchers Frozen Novelty Carton
$1.00 OFF Power of Fruit Frozen All-Fruit Bars
$1.00 OFF 1 Folgers Coffee, 3oz or larger, excluding K-Cup Portion Packs
$1.00 OFF ONE (1) 3-pack of any TEMPTATIONS by JELL-O
$1.00 OFF 1 Kashi TLC Soft Baked Cereal Bar
$1.00 OFF 1 Kashi Berry Blossoms cereal
$1.00 OFF 2 bags of NESTLE NestEggs (8oz or 10oz Varieties)
$1.00 OFF 2 bags of WONKA Jelly Beans
$0.75 OFF 1 Snikiddy Snacks 4oz bag or larger
$0.75 OFF 1 Farm Rich snack
$0.75 OFF 1 box of Cheerios
$0.75 OFF 1 Roman Meal Bread
$0.55 OFF 1 bag of NESTLE NestEggs (8oz or 10oz Varieties)
$0.55 OFF 1 bag of WONKA Jelly Beans
$0.55 OFF 1 box of Honey Nut Cheerios cereal
$0.55 OFF 1 box of Lucky Charms cereal
$0.55 OFF 1 HORMEL COUNTRY CROCK side dishes
$0.55 OFF 1 Bridgford Frozen Rolls or Bread dough or Monkey Bread
$0.55 OFF two (2) HORMEL Pepperoni packs
$0.55 OFF 1 LAND O LAKES Spreadable Butter Product
$0.30 OFF 1 Yoplait Greek Yogurt cups
$3.00 OFF 1 Windex Outdoor All-In-One Glass Cleaning Tool Starter Kit
$3.00 OFF 1 Scrubbing Bubbles Power Sprayer Starter Kit
$3.00 OFF 1 Scrubbing Bubbles Automatic Shower Cleaner Starter Kit
$0.75 OFF 1 Scrubbing Bubbles Antibacterial Bathroom Wipes
$0.75 OFF 1 Scrubbing Bubbles Mega Shower Foamer
$0.75 OFF 1 Scrubbing Bubbles Toilet Cleaning Gel
$0.75 OFF 1 Scrubbing Bubbles Fresh Brush Starter or Refill
$1.00 OFF any 2 Scrubbing Bubbles Bathroom Cleaners
$0.55 OFF 1 Windex Multi-Surface Cleaner or Wipes
$0.75 OFF 1 Pledge Multi Surface product
$5.00 OFF 1 RapidLash Product
$1.50 OFF 1 MAYBELLINE NEW YORK EYE STUDIO PRODUCT
$1.00 OFF 1 Dove Men+Care Deodorant
$1.00 OFF 1 Irish Spring Deodorant
$5.00 OFF 1 Non-Drowsy Claritin Allergy Product
$1.00 OFF 1 Disney Childrens’ Vitamin Product
$1.00 OFF 1 Flintstones Multivitamin Product
$1.00 OFF 1 package of POISE Pads
$1.00 OFF 1 package of POISE Liners
$5.00 OFF 1 FELIDAE DRY CAT FOOD
$3.00 OFF 1 bag ProPlan Select Dog Food
$1.00 OFF Beneful Snackin’ Slices Dog Snacks
$10.00 OFF Mel Brooks Collection on Blu-ray
$5.00 OFF A year of a Million Moments Romantic Comedy Collection on Blu-ray
$3.00 OFF The Simpsons Movie on Blu-ray
$3.00 OFF Super Troopers on Blu-ray
$3.00 OFF My Cousin Vinny on Blu-ray

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Coupons.com – New Coupons 3/1/2011

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Coupons.com has some great new coupons this week! I’ve included several of them below, including links for selected coupons. 


Looking for something in particular?   

Hit “Ctrl F”, and run a search!


$2.00 OFF ONE (1) WONKA Hollow Chocolate Egg
$1.00 OFF ONE (1) 3-pack of any TEMPTATIONS by JELL-O
$1.00 OFF 1 Kashi TLC Soft Baked Cereal Bar
$1.00 OFF 1 Kashi Berry Blossoms cereal
$1.00 OFF 1 Hidden Valley Salad Kit
$1.00 OFF 1 Hidden Valley Farmhouse Originals salad dressing
$1.00 OFF 2 bags of NESTLE NestEggs (8oz or 10oz Varieties)
$1.00 OFF 2 bags of WONKA Jelly Beans
$1.00 OFF 1 Watchers Frozen Novelty Carton
$1.00 OFF 1 MAXWELL HOUSE Daily Brew Product (34.5oz.)
$1.00 OFF 1 Kraft Macaroni & Cheese Dinner (5-pack)
$1.00 OFF 1 Velveeta Product (32oz)
$1.00 OFF 2 OSCAR MAYER Snack Combo Products
$1.00 OFF 2 CRYSTAL LIGHT ON-THE-GO Products (12QT.)
$1.00 OFF 2 OREO Spring Cookies (16.6oz.)
$0.75 OFF 1 Roman Meal Bread
$0.55 OFF 1 bag of NESTLE NestEggs (8oz or 10oz Varieties)
$0.55 OFF 1 bag of WONKA Jelly Beans
$0.55 OFF 1 box of Honey Nut Cheerios cereal
$0.55 OFF 1 box of Lucky Charms cereal
$0.55 OFF 1 HORMEL COUNTRY CROCK side dishes
$0.55 OFF 1 Bridgford Frozen Rolls or Bread dough or Monkey Bread
$0.55 OFF two (2) HORMEL Pepperoni packs
$0.50 OFF 1 KC Masterpiece Barbecue Sauce or marinade
$0.50 OFF 1 Smart Balance Eggs
$0.50 OFF 1 Bob Evans Sausage
$0.30 OFF 1 Yoplait Greek Yogurt cups
$3.00 OFF 1 Glade PlugIns Scented Oil Lasting Impressions Holder
$1.00 OFF 1 Clorox 2 Stain Fighter & Color Booster or the NEW Clorox 2 Laundry Stain Remover
$1.00 OFF 1 Renuzit Pearl Scents
$1.00 OFF 1 Glade PlugIns Scented Gel warmer
$1.00 OFF 1 Spot Shot Instant Carpet Stain & Odor Eliminator
$0.75 OFF 1 Glad Trash bag products, including OdorShield w/ Febreze Freshness
$0.50 OFF 1 Formula 409 cleaner
$5.00 OFF 1 RapidLash Product
$4.00 OFF 1 Mederma Stretch Marks Therapy
$3.00 OFF 2 PediaCare products
$1.50 OFF 1 Bottle of Emetrol for Nausea
$1.00 OFF 1 Disney Childrens’ Vitamin Product
$1.00 OFF 1 Flintstones Multivitamin Product
$1.00 OFF 1 package of POISE Pads
$1.00 OFF 1 package of POISE Liners
$5.00 OFF 1 FELIDAE DRY CAT FOOD
$3.00 OFF 1 bag Hill’s Science Diet® Light
$3.00 OFF 1 bag ProPlan Select Dog Food
$1.00 OFF Beneful Snackin’ Slices Dog Snacks

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