Peelies: These little adhesive manufacturer (or periodically store) coupons are found on products in the store. They are stuck onto products by the manufacturing plant or a store employee to encourage impulse buys. Many times, these are valid on a wider selection of products than just the one it’s adhered to. Make sure to read the fine print to maximize your savings and ensure the peelie has not expired. Peelies should be used in the shopping trip in which they are obtained, and make sure to leave some for fellow shoppers!
Rebates: Try Me Free rebates are an awesome way to score products for just the cost of a stamp. Ensure you fill out and include all necessary information and make copies of your submissions to avoid possible processing snags.
Inside Package: Break out your scissors to find these coupons on the inside of purchased products. Only use these sorts of coupons on future purchases. It’s never okay to rip open a package and use a coupon before paying for it. The majority of these will be advertised on the packaging, but always check the inside of the packaging in case of a surprise coupon!
Hang Tags: These manufacturer coupons or mail-in-rebates will be attached around the bottle neck or lid of a product to encourage impulse buys. Double-check expiration dates and fine print.
Box Tops and Labels for Education: While these aren’t exactly coupons, they sure can add up to help your local schools! Keep an eye out for bonus Box Tops or Labels on select packaging.