Many of you have asked where I find my printable coupons. One of my favorite sites is AFullCup.com. I stumbled across this site while searching for printable coupons last year and it quickly became one of my favorite sites for finding deals.
I use it primarily for grocery coupons, especially for grocery store match-ups. (Which, by the way, Commissary match-ups will resume after I move) But, AFullCup.com has coupons for everything from clothes to cheese so it is another great resource for saving money.
The best part about AFullCup? It’s free. All you need is your name and email to create an account and you have access to thousands of coupons!
My favorite feature is the coupon search. Whenever I see a great deal in the newspaper or on the Commissary website I always check AFullCup database for a matching coupon.
You select your coupon type and category and start your search. In a few seconds you will have a list of coupons that match your search! It is really very easy and takes almost no time at all.
Other money savings features of AFullCup.com are:
- Forums: In the forums you can find sections for CVS, Rite Aid, Walgreens, as well as tons of grocery stores. You can discuss deals, coupons, and even Amazon!
- Shopping Lists: You can create shopping lists based on your local stores and weekly specials. This is a great feature and I love how it has local specials, since sales vary around the country.
- Coupon Database: This is my favorite feature!
- Coupon Trading: I haven’t used this feature yet, but I’m looking forward to trying it out once I move. I always wondered how people were able to get 20 coupons for one product and stockpile. This is one way to collect coupons. I can’t wait to start trading soon.
With some many amazing resources for saving money there is no excuse not to coupon and reduce your grocery bill. AFullCup.com is free and can save you hundreds of dollars each year with printable coupons and online coupon codes. What are you waiting for?
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