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How to find money-saving coupons

You already know that coupons online are great for saving online and offline. Naturally, you will want to know more about it and where else you can get more coupons. Find out in this article how to find money-saving coupons.

Go to a web coupon directory

Simply key in 'vouchers UK', 'money off' or the like and you will get plenty of results returned from Google (or other search engine). Some of these sites are directories while others are a mix of directory, tips and advice. These directories contain an assortment of the following: 1. Voucher offer codes 2. Free printable coupons If you are buying online, codes are all you need. Now, you can save ink and paper without having to print. Just key in the code while checking out. For offline purchases, you will need to print out the coupons to use them.

Go to offline coupon sources

Check the newspapers You can find coupons in the newspaper from time to time. Cut out or tear off the coupon page with a handy ruler. Check your mailbox It isn't junk if you can use it. Depending on where you live, you may get coupons regularly. These colourful flyers require no printing or cutting and this is quite convenient. Check the magazines Magazines that run cut-out coupons usually do that every issue, so, it is easy for you to keep track of them. The next time you are at the local news-stand, simply make a quick run-through of those magazines. Get on a mailing list This is only recommended if you buy from that company. In this way, you will always be in the loop for what is on offer.

How to save your coupons

Keep your coupon deals in an envelope or a pocket file until you want to use them. However, sticking it up where you can always see it may be more convenient. Therefore, if you have a thumb tack board, stick these up. The fridge is a good place to magnetise the offers. Just keep it high enough so that young children can't run away with the coupons. Even the washing machine and tumble dryer can be used but be careful not to make the place untidy. Then, when it is time to use them, put them into your purse or wallet.

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