Check out the Sunday coupon preview to know which coupons you could find in the 3 inserts (SmartSource, Proctor & Gamble, and RedPlum) that may be in your weekend paper. Visit Sunday Coupon Preview to look at which coupons you might expect to find in each insert.
How to Use Sunday Coupon Preview
Some Pocket Your Dollars’ readers print off the Sunday Coupon Preview lists and keep them with their filed inserts to see at a glance which coupons are in which inserts. If that doesn’t work for you, you can always use Pocket Your Dollars’ coupon database to find specific coupons you might be looking for. Others browse the list to help decide whether they want to buy extra copies of the Sunday paper, based on the coupons it contains.
If you do use the Sunday Coupon Preview as a resource for deciding whether to buy an extra paper, remember that you may not get the exact coupons listed. This article about 4 reasons you may get different coupons than your neighbor will help you understand why.
Subscribing to the Paper
After couponing for awhile, you might decide that it is time to get a home-delivered copy of the Sunday paper. Nationwide, check out Discounted Newspapers as a resource for ordering your local paper, as they claim to have good deals.
Minneapolis Star Tribune Subscription Specials
If you live in Minnesota or Western Wisconsin and order a Star Tribune subscription you can get a 52-week Star Tribune Sunday subscription, plus a free $75 gift certificate to use at Restaurant.com for just $80.08. If you live outside the metro area, you can still get a good deal by purchasing a Sunday subscription for $106.08, and you will get a $100 Restaurant.com gift certificate. Both these options also give you unlimited digital access. These options are available to customers who haven’t had a paper delivered in 30 days or more.
Other Coupon Resources
If you enjoy the coupons in the Smart Source and Red Plum inserts, you may want to look at the free printable grocery coupons they each offer online right now. Visit Smart Source.com, Red Plum.com and Coupons.com to find a variety of printable coupons. You can also use Pocket Your Dollars’ coupon database to locate specific coupons for a product you need but isn’t included in the weekly Pocket Your Dollars’ shopping lists.
Your turn: Do you see any coupons worth getting excited about?