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Where to find coupons in Canada

by Kimberley Clancy - www.frugalshopper.ca

At the grocery store - You can find many coupons at your local grocers. You will find pads of coupons near the product promoted. Be aware while you shop and make sure you use them if you are buying the product. Also take enough for your personal use you will require until the expiry. Also look at the Checkout find calendars and booklets that also contain coupon,

In the newspaper fliers - There are two nationally distributed coupon fliers - Shop & Save and Smart Source Magazine they are distributed about once a month. Look here for a schedule of when each some out. Expect national brands like Tide, Pampers, Arm & Hammer, etc.

In Magazines - look for Canadian coupons in and the Clip n' Save booklet with your Canadian magazines

Online printable - some companies offer promotions where you can immediately print a coupon right from your own printer, cut it out and take it to your local stores. Look at Frugal Shopper Canada's directory of in-store coupons - Click Here

Online ordered - some companies run promotions where they mail coupons (for free product, or money off) and the coupon(s) are mailed to you via Canada Post. There are also companies like save.ca that send out coupons you order from them on behalf of companies (national brands like Pampers, Gerber, Heinz, Food Products, and Pet Food) You may also find out where to find these by checking out Frugal Shopper Canada's in-store coupon directory - Click Here

On or in product packaging - look for sticker coupons on the packaging that are available for immediate redemption on the product you are purchasing, as well as coupons that may be available on or in the product you are purchasing that may be used for future purchases, look on packaging for promotions! For example when you may find a sticker on a yogurt product that is being promoted or nearing it's expiry date that you can use immediately, or you may find a cereal box that is marked with an offer to save $ on your next purchase of Orange Juice and too look inside the box for details and coupon.

Mailing lists - join Mailing lists of the companies that you often buy from. Call the numbers on the packages on products to ask if they have a mailing list. And check the box during promotions that allows companies to send you coupons and other promotions (if it is company you would like coupons from)

Writing companies - you can write companies and ask to put on their mailing list for further promotions They will (if they have a mailing list) send out coupons as they become available. You can also write and tell them you thoughts and ideas about their products. Often companies will reward your effort with coupons.

When to expect to find coupon inserts and envelopes? - To find out when to expect inserts in your newspaper, or other coupon distributions you can use the Coupon Industry Association of Canada's latest coupon calendar available here: http://www.couponscanada.org/html/coupon_calendar.html

Coupon trading - if you have extra coupons a great way to get the coupons you require is to trade with others. Frugal Shopper has a forum where you can list the coupons you have to trade and which coupons you need and you can trade with other members. For more information about trading see - http://frugalshopper.ca/phpBB2/index.php?c=3

Coupon trains - one person creates a large envelope of coupons and then asks for a group of people to circulate the coupons amongst themselves. The envelope goes from person to person often across the country and it is a great way to amass a variety of coupons quickly. For more details on coupon trains or to join a train check out - http://frugalshopper.ca/phpBB2/viewforum.php?f=19

For a directory of coupons available check out Click Here

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