Before you start digging into each of the fine sites listed below, let me remind you of the super-convenient coupon database located right on The Krazy Coupon Lady site.

We update our comprehensive coupon bank daily with hundreds of free coupons that you can easily navigate through. Search for coupons by brand (say, Huggies) and by category (like diapers).

Here’s what people search for the most in KCL’s database:

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1. Coupons.com

Here at KCL, we truly *heart* Coupons.com. Printing from their site only requires a quick installation of their coupon printing software. Once you download it, you won’t ever have to do it again.

Even better, they also have a free smartphone app (for Android and Apple users) that allows you to print coupons from hundreds of brands right from your phone.

 

2. PGEveryday.com

P&G (Procter & Gamble) is one of three big manufacturer coupon distributors with its own coupon insert in the Sunday paper. They also have a giant online presence for free coupons.

Get free coupons for products like Tide, Pantene, Old Spice, Crest, Olay, and more when you sign up on their site — sign-up is free and highly recommended if you’re a couponer.

P&G also offers Shopper Card digital coupons that can be added to your store loyalty card and redeemed at checkout with the swipe of your card or phone-number input.

 

3. Pampers.com

Get coupons for Pampers products as well as paper goods like Bounty towels, Puffs tissues, and Charmin toilet paper when you sign up for free on Pampers.com. Pampers is part of the P&G family of products, so don’t be surprised if you find Tide and Always coupons there too.

The more Pampers products you buy, the more you save. Sign up for their free rewards program, and input the codes found on Pampers products. Rack up enough points, and redeem them for toys, special discounts, and more.

 

4. KelloggsFamilyRewards.com

Get high-value coupons for Kellogg’s products on the Kellogg’s Family Rewards site. And when you sign up (totally free, by the way) and start buying Kellogg’s brand products, you start earning points that lead to more rare high-value coupons and gifts.

Link your loyalty card so Kellogg’s knows when you buy one of their products, or upload a photo of your receipt.

 

5. SmartSource.com

SmartSource is one of the three major manufacturer coupon sources that distributes coupons for hundreds of brands not just online, but also in the Sunday newspaper.

SmartSource.com also offers Direct2Card digital manufacturer coupons that can be added to your store loyalty card at grocers like Kroger and its affiliates, Raley’s, ShopRite, and more.

 

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6. BettyCrocker.com

When you sign up for free Better Crocker coupons, you’ll gain access to a plethora of big-brand product offers and recipes — and not just for signature Betty Crocker items like cake mix. Plus, you can print each offer twice, except for limited-time offers that have one print per person.

Add digital manufacturer coupons once per offer to your store loyalty card to save without using ink or paper.

 

 

7. Pillsbury.com

No, you won’t just find refrigerated biscuit dough coupons on Pillsbury.com. Sign up to access dozens of free manufacturer coupons for things like detergent and toothpaste as well. Print each offer twice to stock up (with the exception of weekly limited-time offers), and as with BettyCrocker.com, you’ll also find great recipes for inexpensive meals.

Add digital manufacturer coupons to your store loyalty card as well.

 

8. RedPlum.com

RedPlum is another big manufacturer coupon distributor for big brands. They also offer coupons online and in an insert in the Sunday paper.

Typically, you’re allowed to print a coupon offer twice, but every coupon has different limits, so pay attention to the fine print.

RedPlum also offers downloadable digital manufacturer coupons that can be added to your store loyalty card.

 

9. MamboSprouts.com

For health food and organic-product coupons, check out Mambo Sprouts. You’ll often find offers for brands like Blue Diamond, Kettle Chips, Stonyfield, Evolution, and more.

Once you download the print software, just hit “clip,” and print the coupons you need.

 

10. CommonKindness.com

CommonKindness.com also has a good selection of coupons for organic and natural foods. They also have coupons for personal care products like Zest and White Rain.

The thing that’s awesome and really different about this site is that every time you redeem coupons, CommonKindness will share 20% of the advertising fee brands pay them with non-profit organizations participating on the site. This donation is completely free for you.

 

11. Hopster.com

Find exclusive high-value coupons for a variety of brands on Hopster. Sign up to get access, and when you complete simple tasks like “liking” a brand or product on Facebook, you’ll have the opportunity to boost the value of certain coupons. The majority of coupons don’t require you to complete a task, though.

Hopster also has a free app (on Apple and Android phones), making it easy to print coupons on the go.

 

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