Coupon distributor SmartSource quietly changed a major part of what they do. Printing SmartSource coupons is no longer an option.

SmartSource told Coupons in the News they’re “phasing out” print-at-home coupons, with plans to introduce more digital coupons in the future.

We’ll miss the print-at-home option for SmartSource, but you still have options.

 

1. Get more Sunday newspapers.

In the past, couponers could supplement their SmartSource coupon inserts by printing additional coupons.

Now, since SmartSource is moving toward digital coupons, you just have to buy more newspapers.

It’s not as easy as hitting “print” on your computer, but we make it pretty easy for you to get free Sunday newspaper coupons.

 

2. Use KCL to print your digital coupons.

Truth is, Krazy Coupon Lady has the best coupon database out there.

Search for the product you want and then select “printable” in the results. You’ll then see all the available coupons you can print from home.

In addition, you can still find printable coupons at these sites, among others:

  • Coupons.com
  • PGGoodEveryday.com
  • Kellogg’s Family Rewards

But we cover all those sources, so your best bet is to get the free KCL app and keep it handy.

 

 

3. Embrace SmartSource & Checkout51 digital offers.

In the coming weeks and months, SmartSource will replace their print-at-home coupons with digital coupons, as well as integrated offers for their rebate app, Checkout51.

Look for a QR code on Sunday newspaper coupons that will help couponers add Checkout51 rebate offers to their accounts.

SmartSource has also partnered with individual stores to create special digital offers, displayed on store shelves. For example, when CVS shoppers scan a code on a shelf tag, it’ll add a digital coupon in their CVS app.

No More Printing SmartSource Coupons — Here's What You Do