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Three Hidden Places to Find Coupons in the Supermarket

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by Danny Rodgers
(California, USA)

Are you looking for a way to find great coupons without having to waste paper and ink printing them from the home computer? What about coupons that can be found without having to search for newspaper inserts through popular recycle bins?. Though it may not be apparent to beginners, there are coupons that can be found at multiple places in the supermarket – allowing those who collectcoupons to find them on their regular trips to buy items.

Where are some of the places where coupons can be found in the supermarket?.

On the Shelves

The coupons that are located on the shelves of the supermarket are referred to as tear pad coupons. These coupons are found on pads attached to the front of the shelves and will generally be close to the products that the coupons are eligible for. Walking through the store the customer will often find upwards of ten of these pads of couponsfor all sorts of products, and can take a few of each to use in the future. These coupons are often better taken, and used with a later sale to get the best deal.

On the Products, Stickers

The coupons in the form of stickers that are attached to the products are called sticker coupons or peel coupons. These coupons are meant to be peeled from the product to use and apply to the price of the product but should only be used for products that are being purchased at that time. In fact, it is considered bad coupon etiquette to peel these stickers off of products that are not being purchased and is highly frowned upon in the community of people that usecoupons.

In-Store Coupons

In store coupons are often found at local stores, but the trick to these coupons is that they can only be used at the specific store where they are found. There are coupons that can be found in store, but also coupons that can be found on the store website that can be printed and brought along to the store.

Checking the in-store coupons and combining these coupons with sales can allow the customer to save while shopping, and some stores even allow the customer to combine a traditional manufacturer coupon with these in-store versions of the coupons.

Updated: December 19, 2012 — 10:39 am

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