Having The Krazy Coupon Lady app as your personal shopping assistant is about to get even better…
…because you can print FREE coupons right from the app!
Yep, that’s right — not only can you browse hundreds of retail and grocery deals, but you can also print coupons in a few easy steps:
1. Check off a deal to add it to “My List.”
As you browse through deals from your favorite stores (I’ll show you how to set store-favorite preferences here), tap the savings you like to pull up step-by-step details and coupon information.
Want to complete the deal? Organize a shopping list by adding it to “My List.”
2. Tap on a deal in your list for details and coupon links.
When you’re ready to print coupons, tap the coupon link in the deal to print right from your phone to a wireless printer.
PRO TIP: Don’t have a wireless printer? Don’t fret. Use the search function (aka the magnifying glass) in the upper-right corner of your app’s home feed, and search “smartphone only” for easy deals without paper coupons.
3. Select “Print Coupons.”
Most of the printable coupons on the KCL app come from Coupons.com. Tap the “Print Coupons” button in the upper-right side of your screen to send any clipped coupons to a connected wireless printer.
HINT: If you’ve never printed anything from your phone before, go to your mobile’s Wi-Fi settings, select your printer as your wireless network, then hit “connect.” You only have to do this once; the next time you want to print something, your phone should automatically connect to a known printer.
4. First time printing coupons? Enter a phone number to verify your device.
First-time coupon printers will be prompted to enter their phone number as part of Coupons.com’s verification process. Coupons.com does this to control print limits per user. You’ll only have to do this once, so enter your phone number (don’t worry, they won’t spam you), and input the digits they’ll send via text to verify your device.
PRO TIP: In most cases, you’re allowed two prints per registered phone number. So if you want four prints of the same coupon, register a family member’s phone number on your computer. NEVER photocopy coupons — that’s illegal, folks!
5. Grab your coupons and shop the deals!
PRO TIP: Always print coupons in grayscale to save on pricier color ink. As long as the barcode is dark enough, you shouldn’t have any issues with black and white coupons at the register! Learn more tricks to Make Your Printer Ink Last Longer.
Thirsty for more KCL-app knowledge? We gotchu:
- Getting Started with the Krazy Coupon Lady Mobile Android App
- Getting Started with the Krazy Coupon Lady Mobile iOS App