1. Get coupons for your next recipe with Tablespoon.
Did you know that eBay has an entire section of their website dedicated to coupons? You can segment it by your favorite retailer, then the type of coupon. You can even buy bulk lots with multiple coupons. In the Victoria’s Secret coupons tab, we found an offer of ten $10-off ‘Happy Birthday’ coupons for only $22.95! That’s $77.05 in free money, a pretty sweet deal if you ask us.
3. Browse P&G Everyday’s wide variety of coupons.
Similarly to Tablespoon, they have printable coupons and discounts you’re able to obtain with a store loyalty card. You can also shop through companies who deliver and offer steep discounts like Amazon, Drugstore.com, Soap.com, and P&G’s very own online shop. Plus, score free samples of P&G products by becoming a BzzAgent.
4. Scour social media hashtags.
Social media is an awesome and often underutilized way to find discounts and tons of freebies. With Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram you can scour through popular hashtags like #freebies, #coupons, #deals, #free for a quick and easy way to find the latest discounts and free items.
5. Search for coupons by brand at The Krazy Coupon Lady (Duh!).
With The Krazy Coupon Lady, you can find all of your coupons in one source and even segment them by the brand and product type (think diapers, dog food). Looking for Tide? Click on the Tide tab under ‘Coupons’ to see all current promotions. You can also sort by bread, cereal, diapers, etc.!
6. Start clipping Kellogg’s coupons.
Want to save on your favorite Kellogg’s brand products? First, register or log in, then head over to their coupons section. Kellogg’s also has a section for partner coupons, but those are just duplicates of what you see at KCL.
7. Check out Reddit’s freebies section.
When it comes to free stuff and coupons, it doesn’t get much better than Reddit freebies. Their feed is constantly being updated with the newest free items, and there’s never a shortage. You don’t need to be a member of Reddit to view them either! The most popular ones will have the most ‘upvotes’ (the grey number with the up/down arrows), so make sure to browse those and get them while they’re hot.
8. Sign up for email lists, really.
Shopping on a particular website, but there aren’t any available coupons? Try subscribing to the retailer’s email list! A lot of companies will reward you for signing up with an instant coupon. By subscribing to emails at H&M, you can get a cool 20% off discount delivered straight to your inbox.
Want discounts right now? Here are our five favorite retailers that’ll send you a coupon:
- Kohl’s (15% off)
- Macy’s (15% off)
- Sole Society (15% off)
- The Children’s Place ($10 off)
- Kate Spade (15% off)
9. Make use of coupon trading websites.
Have coupons you know you won’t use? Trade them! There are lots of great trading forums out there where you can post your coupons online in hopes of landing some coupons you actually want. You’re also not limited to simply trading–you can buy them as well.
10. Look at free sample websites.
Landing free samples is a whole lot easier with websites that are devoted entirely to that. Sites like these may require you to take a survey, but don’t worry–we curated a list of seven websites that will give you free samples (without having to survey!).
11. Abandon your shopping cart before checking out.
If you’re not in a rush for the items you want, abandoning your cart before checking out is a great way to get a coupon. By not completing the checkout process, retailers often send tailored follow-up emails with discounts to entice you to go back and buy.
The key here is to make sure you’re logged in to your account, or register for one so they have access to your email. Without this, you won’t be seeing any discounts filtering to your inbox.