Coupons are a great way to save money, but where are the best places to get them?
Many of us grew up cutting coupons from the Sunday newspaper.
If you look closely at the Sunday newspaper coupons, you'll see the logos for RedPlum and SmartSource. Now you can visit their websites and download any coupons you want. And if you get coupons with the Sunday newspaper, you can use those websites to get extra coupons for your favorite products.
A glance at SmartSource coupons this week included $1 off items ranging from V8 drinks to mouth rinses to Green Giant vegetables.
And while the Sunday coupons may only offer a few pages of coupons, RedPlum this week has 25 pages of coupons online.
What's the drawback of online coupons? You need to have a printer to print out the coupons.
Two Debbie's Deals readers also have couponing advice.
Mary reminded me that local stores like King Soopers, Safeway and Walgreens offer digital coupons you can download to your loyalty card.
And Jason said he recommends TheCouponsApp.com. I haven't tried that one yet, but I guess I'll have to!
If you have a favorite coupon website, let me know! Email me: Deb.Stanley@kmgh.com. And follow me on Facebook for more deals.