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Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Coupon Tip Tuesday: Printing Coupons

The best place to find coupons to print is coupons.com. They have 15-20 pages of coupons, up to 200 coupons available for printing.

If it is your first time using the website you will have to download a coupon printer. This is a totally safe download so don't be alarmed. You will just need to follow the simple instructions.

NOTE: Coupon printing is not supported by the browser Google Chrome. So you will not be able to print any coupons in that browser.

Coupons.com allows you to print each coupon twice. Once you have printed a coupon twice it will appear on the last page of the website and have a "PRINT LIMIT REACHED" notice on the coupon.

Sometimes we will let you know that a coupon has been "reset". This means that the limit has been removed and you will be able to print the coupon two more times.

You can print using our coupon bar by clicking on "see all coupon" at the top or click at the bottom where it says "by COUPONS.COM" to go to the website.

New coupons will arrive at the beginning of each month. We will remind you when they do on our website. If you would like an email reminder just send us your address and we would be happy to send you one.

Expiration dates: Tend to vary by coupon and the date that you print.

At the end of the month: You will want to be sure to print any coupons you may still want because in a few days they will either be gone or you will be able to print them two more times. Giving you 4 coupons instead of 2.

Saving paper: Print your coupons on the back of scratch paper. Remember that you can print 3 coupon per page. So I usually print in groups of three in order to use the whole sheet of paper.
Next week: We will show you ways to trouble shoot printing problems.

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