Must have Savings Apps!

Technology has totally taken over all aspects of everything we do. So of course, couponing as well has emerged with apps easily accessable from our phones! Here are a few to get you started! 

Ibotta — Click Here

Favado — Click Here

Mobi Save — Click Here

How to order inserts

We provide you the oppurtunity to order coupons inserts (booklets) for several different areas. This means you will have access to regional coupons. (Regional coupons are ones that only specific areas receive).

We have made it as simple as possible to order.

Head over to our shop to see all the different areas we currently offer.

To order simply pick an area, click on it, enter how many “sets” you would like and then add to cart.

Hint: With us 1 set = 1 newspapers contents. If you are just starting out, we would suggest you begin with anywhere from 4 to 6 sets. These are good amounts for sales as well as keeping you organized.

We also provide exact previews (so you will see the exact coupons, you will receive) on our Facebook Group wall. Make sure to join there so you never miss out!!!

Coupon Lingo

Coupon lingo can get pretty confusing!

Here is a list of the most used couponing phrases/abbreviations:

  • BLINKIES = In-store coupons near product, usually from a red blinking box.
  • BOGO or B1G1 Free = Buy One Get One Free.
  • CAT or CATALINA = Coupon that prints at the register after purchase.
  • DOUBLE COUPON = Coupon that a grocery store doubles in value.
  • ECB = CVS Extra Care Bucks earned for purchases.
  • FREE ITEM COUPON = A coupon that allows you to get the product completely free.
  • IVC = Walgreen’s Instant Value Coupon
  • IP = Internet Printable Coupon.
  • MFG or MQ = Manufacturer’s Coupon.
  • MIR = Mail In Rebate.
  • NED = No expiration date.
  • OOP = Out of Pocket, in reference to how much “real money” you will pay at the register.
  • OYNO = On your next order.
  • PEELIE = Coupon that you peel off the package
  • PSA = Prices Starting At.
  • Q = Coupon.
  • RC = Raincheck. (Some stores will write you a rain check if a specific item is sold out)
  • STACKING = Using a store specific coupon with a manufacturer coupon (most stores allow this).
  • TEARPAD = A pad of refund forms or coupons found hanging from a store shelf or display.
  • TRIPLE COUPON = A coupon that a grocery store triples in value.
  • WYB = When You Buy.
  • YMMV = Your Mileage May Vary

Inserts: Are the booklets found in your local newspaper and filled with coupons

PG = Proctor & Gamble Coupon Insert found in the Sunday newspaper.

RP = Red Plum Coupon Insert found in the Sunday newspaper.

RR = Register Rewards.

SS = Smart Source coupon insert found in the Sunday newspaper.

Get Started Couponing

So you want to start couponing but have no idea where to begin… lets help you out a bit …

 Step 1: Start collecting coupons. There are many places to find coupons. Coupon inserts are in the Sunday newspaper each week.

Step 2: Buy a binder and get organized. Organization is key to becoming an extreme couponer. Go to the store and buy a binder and baseball card holder sheets. These sheets are the perfect size to stick the coupons in and give easy access. Then start organizing the coupons into different sections according to what kind they are. Example: food, beauty, personal care, cleaning products and pets, etc etc.

Step 3: Research store policies. Every store has a different coupon policy, and it’s important to learn them so the coupon transaction is successful. Most stores only allow four like-coupons per transaction; that means there can only be four of the exact same coupon in one transaction.

Step 4: Learn how coupons work. There are many tricks when it comes to couponing, so it’s important to know how to use the coupons. Stores such as Target allow coupon stacking, or using two coupons on one item. But one coupon must be a manufacture coupon, which is the kind from the newspaper or couponing websites. The other is the store coupon, such as the printable coupons on Target’s website. Stacking those two coupons together when there is a good sale usually results in a cheap or even free product.

Step 5: Look for the deals. The key to extreme couponing is waiting for the right sale. Don’t waste the coupons on full-priced items; wait until there is a sale to get the best deal. Couponing websites like Coupon Confidants break down each week what is going to be on sale and what coupons to use; they are a fantastic resource.