Big name-brand products that are likely to have coupons don't make up the bulk of my grocery shopping, and the brand-name products I regularly use rarely have coupons readily available, so I don't spend much time looking for grocery coupons. I get a lot of groceries from Costco, which doesn't accept coupons. The rest is from local grocery chains where I buy mostly weekly specials and store brands.
fluffy (rep: 2.2k) posted Mar 29, 2012
It looks like I was right about you guys not using many coupons. @fluffy, I get tons of personal care products free or for just pennies using coupons. Just as long as you aren't brand loyal! I did have to switch to body wash b/c bar soap is almost never free/cheap enough.
@VirginiaPeanuts, you will love printable coupons! especially if you have a CVS/Walgreens/Target near enough for frequent trips. Good luck on finding a good printer, I should look too b/c mine is a dinosaur :)
dealwagger (rep: 10.3k) posted Mar 30, 2012
I would like to clip some grocery coupons but we only have a laptop and i have read way too many bad reviews about coupon software, they say they bring in virus and malware and i dont need to catch a virus as our laptop is our only way to the internet. I clip the online coupons when they dont require the software but I cant when i am asked to install something.For the time being I only use coupons clip from the newspaper
lancelot7562 (rep: 559) posted Apr 02, 2012
@lancelot7562, I have read that too, but luckily haven't experienced it. I know some people will print coupons they really want at a library and pay the $.05 or so for printing. I usually do a lot of printing at school, too, to take advantage of my free printing! :)
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