OK, I went on a mission to find every single place where to get the best coupons and came up with this ultimate list.

I poured over sales ads, emails, store receipts, even bathroom stalls (don’t worry, I washed my hands) to bring you every possible place you can find coupons! From the obvious to the obscure, my list covers them all.

I’ve kept the information simple and included links wherever possible to make it easier for you to get busy saving money.

So if you’re ready to dive in, let’s get to it, starting with grocery savings, as they tend to be the fave!


Get Grocery Coupons Everywhere

Never pay full price for your groceries. With a collection of coupons and a bit of planning, you can enjoy savings every time you’re at the register.


1. Download the KCL app for coupons, sales and deal alerts.

The KCL app is a fantastic shortcut to get started on finding all the best deals and coupons, aggregated in one place, saving you tons of money, time, and energy. We tell you about the deals and which coupons/rebate apps to use to get items for pennies or even free. So, download the KCL app now!


2. Get the best printable grocery coupons on brand or manufacturer websites.

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3. Sign up for a store reward or loyalty card to save at the pump and earn cash back.

Sign up for a reward or loyalty card like Kroger stores, including FredMeyer, and save up to $0.10 a gallon of gas when you earn a 100 rewards points from shopping, and earn cash back with cash-back deals.

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4. Sign up for the newsletter and text alerts from your favorite grocery store.

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5. Subscribe to the Sunday newspaper.


6. Or, scoop up the newspaper inserts for free.

You can find coupons in newspapers left behind in your local coffee shop, libraries, or waiting rooms! Or, wait till Monday and ask local businesses if they have any leftover newspapers you can have.

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7. Grab an in-store sale flyer.


8. Check product packaging for peelies.


9. Cut coupons right off the packaging, typically on boxed goods.


10. Request manufacturer grocery coupons through a brand’s contact form.

I contacted these brands and got snail mail coupons. To see exactly what they sent, check out my list of high-value coupons.

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11. Look inside an item’s packaging.


12. Pull off a coupon from tear pads near the item(s) they’re promoting.


13. Discover printable coupons on dedicated coupon sites.


14. Save even more on groceries with rebate or cash-back apps like Ibotta.

Organic foods:

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15. Download digital grocery coupons on your preferred store’s website to your rewards card.

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16. Pick up a hangtag coupon on bottled products.


17. Browse through your grocery store paper weekly ad for printed coupons.


18. Sign up to receive manufacturer coupons through email, newsletter, or text alerts.

You have to enter info like your email and name before you can receive any of these coupons.

TIP: Don’t miss out on any coupons, and sign up to receive offers through all three.


19. Look for coupons in free product samples.

Here are some sites where you can get free samples without filling out surveys. You get a free product and coupon — it’s a win-win!

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20. Search for coupon-dispensing blinkies near products.


21. Join a brand fan club on a brand site.


22. Grab a product sample and coupons during in-store promotions.


23. Receive Catalina coupons at the register.

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24. Glance at the bottom or the back of your register receipt.

25. Sign up for a grocery delivery service for first-timer coupons and promo codes.

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26. Check your mailbox for direct mailers from your local grocery store.


27. Chat with fellow krazies on coupon exchange forums.


28. Join coupon trading Meetup groups, or start your own.


29. Look for grocery coupons in magazines.


30. Find coupons on your Amazon coupons homepage.


31. Look for the orange coupon symbol on Amazon and click the box.


32. Sign up for Amazon Subscribe & Save subscription service.

Score additional coupons and promo codes for grocery and household goods with Amazon’s Subscribe & Save subscription.

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Places for Pet Supply Coupons

Caring for your pet(s) can be expensive. That’s why it’s good to always be on the lookout for coupons.


33. Browse your favorite pet supply website for a digital coupon tab.


34. Look for manufacturer coupons like Meow Mix and Greenies on their product pages.


35. Receive coupons in the mail from local veterinarian offices and pet hospitals.


36. Watch for handouts during in-store promotions.


37. Ask for a “new adopted dog” coupon book at Petco or Petsmart.

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38. Check near the register at the groomer’s or vet’s office for coupon books.


Places to Find Drugstore Coupons

Whether you shop at a national chain like CVS or Walgreens or a local pharmacy, you can find coupons to save you some bucks.


39. Clip digital coupons on your local pharmacy website(s).


40. Scour your favorite pharmacy’s weekly ad for printed and digital coupons.


41. Sign up online to receive manufacturer coupons via email, newsletter, and text alerts.


42. Stop by the in-store savings kiosk.


43. Gather up some coupons from in-store coupon books or flyers.


44. Receive personalized coupons when you use your favorite pharmacy app.


45. Look for register rewards coupons at the register.

Not all drugstores have Catalina machines, but they do have register rewards, which print out at the Catalina machine, in addition to your receipt, or on the bottom/back of your receipt. You don’t have to be a part of a loyalty program to get these register rewards.


46. Check for coupons at the bottom or back of your receipt.


47. Visit brand websites and print manufacturer coupons.


48. Use an Rx coupon app.


49. Download a web browser extension.


50. Ask your doctor for a coupon or a sample (which nearly always has coupons inside).

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Places to Get Restaurant Coupons

Fast food, casual dining — it doesn’t matter: you can find coupons or promo codes that can save you from spending a fortune when you grab a bite to eat.


51. Examine your to-go menus, takeout containers, and pizza boxes.


52. Tap digital coupons while you’re ordering on restaurant websites.


53. Join a restaurant fan club or email list.


54. Download your favorite restaurant’s app.


55. Look for door hanger flyers at home or in a motel.


56. Check your mailbox for mailers or postcards.


57. Complete a survey at the bottom of your receipt to earn a coupon for discounted or free food.


58. Sign up for a food delivery service for first time rewards.

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Easy Sources for Saving on Retail Shopping

Save on clothing, electronics, home, personal goods, and much more with retail coupons that you can find in several places.


59. Bookmark the KCL store pages.


60. Use web browser extensions, like Wikibuy.


61. Register for reward or loyalty cards.


62. Sign up for your favorite store’s email list, newsletter, and text alerts to get even more coupons.


63. Create an account online with a fake/separate email to grab a welcome coupon.

Don’t use your main email to sign up for store promos, as you can potentially get buried under a mountain of spam. I use 10minutemail.com to get a temporary email address, grab the promo code when it hits my “inbox,” and boom! The account goes away. Buuuttt I still have the promo code!


64. Use your favorite store’s app to get exclusive coupons.


65. Check your mailbox for retailer coupons like JOANN and Kohl’s.



66. Look for warehouse club monthly coupon books.


67. Use rebate apps.

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Ways to Get Local Services at a Discount

Whether you need an oil change, eye exam, or hair cut there are coupons to help you save on your local services. You just need to find them.


68. Find valuable coupons on the service company’s website.


69. Scoop up personalized coupons when you sign up for email, newsletter, and text alerts.


70. Watch your mailbox for local coupons in direct mail promotions.


71. Save on services like landscaping or a car tune-up with coupons from coupon sites.

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Strategies to Get Travel and Experiences for Less

If you enjoy seeing the world and experiencing culture along the way, you need to grab yourself some coupons so you don’t come back broke.


72. Purchase a $5 entertainment book for 50% off coupons.


73. Sign up on discount travel sites.


74. Look for travel and experience deals on coupon sites.


75. Book your travels through a warehouse store.


76. By multi-day or local passes to theme parks.


77. Earn rebates on your travels with a cash-back app.


13 other random places to find coupons and promo codes.

  1. Find coupon codes, scannable Q-codes, giveaway links, and more on the inside of bathroom stall doors.
  2. If you call customer service about a product or issue, while you have the agent on the line, ask for discounts and special offers.
  3. Abandon your online shopping cart with items in it, and stores will likely send you a promo code. (You have to create an account or provide your email before you abandon your cart, or they won’t know how to contact you with any savings!)
  4. Be nice to a friendly, hard-working employee. Who knows? Maybe they’ll share a coupon or two with you.
  5. Stores often place coupons in shopping bags before you check out, so be sure to look through them when you get home.
  6. Shoppers who don’t need or want certain coupons may leave them behind in a shopping cart or at a self-check register for the next person.
  7. A coupon angel walks up to you in the store and hands you extra coupons they don’t want or need, or they leave them on the bulletin board near the restroom.
  8. Check out the intranet at your work (if you have one). Employers often offer employees discounts, promos, and coupons on certain items in their communities.
  9. Scour nearby dumpsters on Mondays for discarded Sunday coupon inserts.
  10. Some residential recycling programs allow you to earn money-saving coupons and certificates for recycling your waste.
  11. Take classes. Students can score coupons for just about everything including software and electronics.
  12. Over 50? Sign up with A.A.R.P. and enjoy senior discounts and coupons on all kinds of goods and services such as wireless service and prescriptions.
  13. Ebay has coupons, but you have to buy them which is sketchy and possibly illegal, so I don’t recommend going that route!


Don’t Scroll Up! Here are the articles I mentioned:

Ways to Get Free Sunday Newspaper Coupons
Companies That’ll Send You High-Value Coupons (Just Ask!)
The Things You Need to Know About Using Digital Coupons
Sites to Get Free Samples Without Filling Out Surveys
Here’s How to Find Free Food Delivery Near You
Tips for Getting the Most Out of Amazon’s Subscribe & Save
The Ultimate Guide to Stacking Coupons
Things You Should Know About Coupon Fine Print
Your Ultimate Guide to DoorDash Coupons & How to Use Them
Types of Coupons You Need to Know About to Save Big
Are Paper Coupons Going Away for Good?


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