If you do not want to get the Sunday paper or do not have excess to it, you can always order these coupons. For a handling and processing fee, you can buy only the coupons you want, in the number that you need. Some sites for these are:
These come in handy when there is a coupon for one product you buy a lot or when there is a sale you can combine the coupon with. Or both! That is when I suggest stocking up. With these, though, it is important to note the expiration date and take that into consideration when ordering.
But newspaper coupons are not the best ones. If you own a printer a whole new world of coupon possibilities is open to you. If there is a certain product that you like, go directly to the manufacturer's page. More than likely you will find a coupon. Some of the main sites you can go to for organic coupons are:
- Stoneyfield Farm (makers of Oikos and YoBaby)
- Horizon Organic
- Organic Valley (these are reset once a year and will reset again in March so hurry!)
These are just a few to get you started. In order to print the majority of coupons you will need to download special software and will be prompted to do so the first time you print, but it is simple, quick, and about as safe as anything else you would download. Most coupons can only be printed twice but are often refreshed or replaced with different ones after a certain amount of time.
There are also entire sites dedicated to just free printable coupons. Many of these coupons are not for items that fit in with my lifestyle, but milk, produce, and other coupons can still be found. Some of the main sites are:
Knowing how to use coupons to your advantage can really help you, even if you do not use them very often. Each week I will post the coupons I have printed in the past week. Whether you are just starting the journey towards a healthier lifestyle of have been "on the wagon" for awhile, there is something for everyone to be found.