Extreme couponing might give you a pantry full of free stuff, but what if you don’t want to put in the work? Good news! You can still nab some of the goodies. Top brands and sites will give you more than $500 worth of coupons, deals and freebies just for logging in and following their instructions. What are you waiting for?
Grab These Coupons Now!
- Coupons.com – This site will hook you up with digital coupons you can use at your local stores and online. New coupons are added each month for year-round savings.
- Betty Crocker – Join Betty Crocker’s mailing list to get up to $250 worth of coupons emailed directly to your inbox. You will also receive free recipes and cooking tips.
- RetailMeNot – This website updates daily with coupons and savings codes you can use at your favorite retailers. Many of the offers listed on their site will get you anywhere from 20% to 70% off.
- Pillsbury – Get up to $250 in coupons annually when you sign up for Pillsbury’s mailing list. Free product samples are also available.
- The Krazy Coupon Lady – Get printable and digital coupons as well as couponing tips at “The Krazy Coupon Lady.” The site features weekly deal match-ups, which take the guesswork out of maximizing your savings.
- MoneySavingMom.com – Offering coupons, deals and free stuff, this site has everything a mom needs to save some serious money.
- Kellogg’s – Get coupons and earn rewards when you sign up for Kellogg’s Family Rewards program. Plus, earn points toward free groceries and gift cards for each Kellogg’s product you buy.
- Enfamil – Enfamil Family Beginnings will give you up to $400 in gifts and coupons when you join. As part of the program, you will also receive samples for baby products and helpful information about raising a family.
You don’t have to work as hard to save money when top manufacturers are giving away free stuff and coupons on the daily. Hey, if they’re giving it away, why not say yes, please and thank you? Check in with your favorite brands and retailers to see what offers they have for you to take the edge off that grocery bill.