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The Best 50+ Coupon Sites Right Now [Updated for 2019]

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Finding a coupon doesn’t have to be hard as long as you know where to look.

From coupon code websites to apps that you can flash at the cashier while checking out, I know it can be stressful to find a good AND reputable resource when you’re looking to save money with coupons.

However, if you know which websites to look at, it can make frugal shopping that much easier since you can know, for certain, that the coupons are legitimate.

In today’s post, I wanted to showcase the many coupon websites I recommend when you’re looking to save big and don’t want to waste your time.

From getting cash back on your purchase (hey, works just like a coupon) to simply printing a coupon at home, I hope at least a few of these can save you a few dollars on your next shopping spree.

Top FREE Coupon Websites

eBates

Hands down, eBates is one of the easiest ways to save on virtually any retailer online.  In short, they PAY you a portion of your purchase back as long as you make it online.

And if you’re not familiar with it, here’s how it works…

First of all, you will need to create an account.  It’s free, and in some cases, the company will even reward you with bonus cash, usually around $10 or so!

Then, once you’re logged in, search for a retailer you plan on shopping with.

If it’s listed, all you need to do is click on the special “shop now” link next to the retailer to track your purchase and that’s it!

Once you complete your purchase, your cashback will post to your account within a few days.

Now, eBates isn’t always the best way to get cash back as there are hundreds of competitors, and in some cases, they will offer much better cashback rates than eBates can.



Websites Just Like eBates

Since all of these websites work in the same way, here are additional cashback websites, just like eBates, that you may want to consider joining as well:

  1. ActiveJunky
  2. BeFrugal
  3. CashbackHouse
  4. CouponCactus
  5. DollarDig
  6. GivingAssistant
  7. ExtraBux
  8. Glamour Rewards
  9. GoCashBack
  10. GreenBackStreet
  11. HooplaDoopla
  12. Lemoney
  13. Mr. Rebates (check out our Mr. Rebates review)
  14. Panda Cash Back
  15. RebatesMe
  16. SavingStar
  17. ShopatHome
  18. SimplyBestCoupons
  19. SunshineRewards.com
  20. TopCashback
  21. upromise

PRO TIP – How to Find the Best Cash Back Rate

You’re probably thinking, “WOW!  These are a lot of cashback websites.  How the heck do I find the best cashback deal?”

I thought the same thing when I was first introduced to these kinds of websites.

Well, to make it easy, there’s one simple AND free solution.  It’s a website called CashBackMonitor.com.

Here, just search for the retailer you want to shop, and they do the dirty work for you, showing you exactly WHO is offering the best cash back rate right now.

Not only do they include cashback websites, but they also include credit card reward points and even some of the top survey websites that pay you to shop as well.

Coupons.com

Coupons.com has an easy to remember name and is extremely helpful when you need to print a coupon for an upcoming shopping trip, especially if you’re looking for a coupon clipping website.  By far, they are the king (or queen) in the coupon world online.

Most of the coupons you find here are commonly found at your local grocery store, such as orange juice, batteries, chips and so forth.  Honestly, they always have hundreds of active deals readily available and there’s a good chance they will have some sort of coupon for just about any item found at your local grocer.

And as long as the store you’re going to accepts manufacturer coupons, you won’t have a problem using them.

To start using Coupons.com, all you need to do is create a free account, add the coupons you want to your account and then print them before you go to the store.

The website is 100% free and is highly recommended among multiple coupon blogs.

NOTE:  You will see a lot of third-party websites that claim to offer coupons, but in reality, they are tapping into the Coupons.com database since the company will give them a kickback for every coupon downloaded.

Amazon Coupons

Being the largest retailer online, there’s a good chance you may consider shopping on Amazon, and yes, if you’re wondering, Amazon does offer coupons, all of which you can find here.

Updated often, these coupons can be for just about anything, ranging from hand lotion to earphones.  Check out the list as there are HUNDREDS of items to look at and will always be changing.

Honestly, the next time you want to shop Amazon, just check the official coupon page out to see if anything is of interest.

As a tip, I know this coupon page can be overwhelming, but if you ever want to know if a coupon is available for a particular item you’re looking to purchase, Amazon will often notify you on the product page if savings can be had.

Groupon

I’m sure you have heard about Groupon before, but I need to include because it’s an awesome way to snag coupons for local attractions, restaurants, travel and so much more.

Personally, I have used Groupon for multiple local restaurants and was able to purchase some great coupons that allowed me to feed my family for less than $20.

Most of the time, you will be able to save at least 50% on most purchases, but in the case a special coupon code/promotion, you could save even more.  For example, when I was writing this, I could save 20% off any local item.

Whether it’s doing something local or eating a new nearby restaurant, Groupon is tough to beat if you want to save a good chunk of cash.

LivingSocial

LivingSocial, which is owned by Groupon as well, works in the same way.

I’ll just put it on the list because, in some cases, you may be able to find a unique deal that you cannot find any other website.

To find what you want, you can either browse by category or specify a particular topic and city of interest.

In my opinion, LivingSocial works best for those who are looking for local restaurant deals or attractions, again, just like Groupon.



GroceryCouponNetwork

Like Coupons.com, GroceryCouponNetwork.com offers a variety of coupon options, ranging from natural coupons to exclusive deals.

To use, just click on a topic of interest, click the coupons you want and then print them from your home.

Then, again, just like Coupons.com, you can bring it into any local retailer that will accept manufacturer coupons.

Do keep in mind that if you do print from home, these companies will limit you to how many times you can print from one computer, so make sure your printer is in working order before hitting that print button.

Valpak

Ever get the Valpak in your mailbox?

If not, it’s basically an envelope stuffed with about 100 coupons from local retailers, usually from home improvement companies, dentists and a few restaurants.

While there are some great coupons in these envelopes, most of them are junk in my opinion, but I still make an attempt to browse through to see what I can find.

Whether you missed this month’s Valpak or just want to know which coupons are inside, you can head to the official website to print the same coupons you would have received in the mail.

LocalSaver.com

Like the Valpak, the LocalSaver works in the same way, but what I found is that the selection was much better than the Valpak offers, at least in my area as the aggregate a ton of sources.

To use, input your zip code to see all of the local deals, but if you want, you can make the search much easier, breaking down the categories to find what you’re looking for.

No registration is required, and you can either print the coupon or save it on your phone for later use.

Lozo

According to Lozo’s FAQ, they use powerful technology to monitor more than 400 trustworthy websites, apps and brands to list coupons all in one place.

With thousands of coupons, Lozo does it best to combine a lot of these websites I mention here to present you with all of your options in one place.

It’s clean, easy to use and it’s a great way to save the hassle of looking at multiple websites to find deals.

Better yet, save your grocery list on Lozo and they will do the dirty work, telling you which coupons could help save you money for the items you need.

Creating an account is 100% free, and you can start downloading coupons in seconds.

LocalFlavor

LocalFlavor flys under the radar as I don’t see them recommended that much, but I personally find them one of the best in terms of restaurant deals.

While the website is only available in certain cities, LocalFlavor works just like Groupon, but their primary focus is restaurants.  They do have additional categories as well, however, including spas, fitness, fun, services, auto and retail that you may want to check out as well.

Browse the current deals, and if you see one of interest, purchase the voucher and use it at the establishment. This works just like Groupon.

Before purchasing, however, I highly encourage you to read the fine print before using as some of these vouchers do have limitations, such as when you can use it and what you can use it on.

RetailMeNot

RetailMeNot offers savings in a variety of ways.

From cash back on purchases, similar to that of eBates, to finding coupon codes and even discounted gift cards, the website offers a range of options.

To see what kind of opportunities are available, search for a retailer and see what kind of options are available.

In some cases, it might be a coupon code you can use, while in other cases, you may be able to buy a gift card at a discounted rate.  You may even get lucky and be able to combine a few of these offers.

SmartSource

If you ever read the physical Sunday paper, then there’s a good chance you saw the SmartSource coupon flyer nestled between all of the ads.

While the physical SmartSource coupon flyer is nice to have to save even more at the grocery store, the online website version has many of the coupons that are listed in the paper so you don’t have to buy it.

Like Coupons.com, SmartSource works in the same way.

Either browse the available coupons or search for a particular coupon to see if any are available.

Then, add the coupons to your dashboard and print when ready.

CommonKindness.com

CommonKindness focuses mainly on organic goods, ranging from food to beauty goods, making it a wonderful choice for those who like to buy organic goods.

One key difference here, however, is that the company will donate a portion of their advertising fees to various non-profit organizations.  All this requires on your part is a simple coupon download just like you would anywhere else.

Flipp

Flipp has “everything you need to save for next week,” offering more than 1,000+ weekly ads from local retailers and more than 100+ coupons from the brands you’re already buying.

I would say this website is geared more toward the weekly ads, however, it did have an awesome coupon page that would match up the local sales and tell you where you could find the coupon to maximize your savings.

Retailer Coupon Pages

Barnes and Noble

The massive bookseller offers a wide variety of official coupons, ranging from a certain percentage off your order to exclusive discounts on particular titles.



Bed, Bath and Beyond

Coupons are not readily available on the official BedBathandBeyond website, but you can request these coupons from mail, email and/or your smartphone.  Once requested, the retailer will continue to send coupons.

BJ’s

Before you head to your local BJ’s Warehouse, be sure to check out their official coupon page to see if you can stretch your savings.

Dollar General

Dollar General does offer coupons on its official website, but they do note they are manufacturer coupons only, which, as mentioned, simply means you can use them anywhere.

Family Dollar

In the past, you had to print coupons via the official Family Dollar website, but this is no longer necessary.  Now, you can clip any coupons of interest and save it to your digital wallet to later redeem while checking out in the store.  To start clipping and even win prizes, visit the official Family Dollar Smart Coupons website.

JCPenney

JCPenney lists of all their official coupons via their website, ranging from exclusive credit card deals to receiving an extra percentage off on certain items.

Macy’s

Macy’s members can add a variety of coupons to their wallet via the company’s main website.   From a certain percentage off to specific deals, there always seems to a great selection for shoppers.

Michael’s

Whether you want to scan at the register or use online, you can view all of the current Michael’s coupons here.

Old Navy | Banana Republic | GAP

Take advantage of official coupons from the company’s website.  Downloading any of the coupons here can ensure you that they are, indeed, 100% legit.

Rite Aid

Ranging from anything from batteries to cereal, check out the official Rite Aid coupons page for any valuable coupons.

Target

To take advantage of any coupons at Target, you will need to download any coupons you want via the company’s Cartwheel app.  Once inside the app, download any coupons of interest and scan the special barcode at checkout to use.



Walgreens

Walgreens offers hundreds of exclusive coupons, from food to photo, which can be added directly to your Balance Rewards card.

Walmart

Via the official Walmart website, you can download coupons for your particular store, in which you can then in store to save.  From the looks of it, however, many of the coupons I looked at appeared to be manufacturer coupons, which means you could use these coupons anywhere they are accepted.

Grocery Store Coupon Pages

Many grocery stores online have their own specific coupon page, in which you can download coupons and use specifically at that retailer.

In some cases, though, you may be able to use elsewhere as well, but as always, read the fine print just to make sure.

In short, if it says “manufacturer coupon,” then you probably can use it anywhere coupons are accepted; however, if it notes something along the lines of “valid at XXX only,” then you will only be able to use it at that noted retailer.

While most of the websites I listed above focus on coupons for everything to be used anywhere, most of these branded coupons, again, will be limited to that brand more than likely.

ACME Markets

The official ACME grocery store chain simply lets you browse coupons, clip them and then print at home.  While the coupons do not appear to be unique, there could be some you may not be able to find elsewhere.

Albertson’s

With more than 2,300 locations, Albertson’s offers its customers free coupons via its official website.

Cub Foods

Cub Foods lets you add certain coupons to your account, in which you can then print to use in store.

Costco

Yes, Costco does send its members a coupon book in the mail, but if you missed out on it or just want to know the current deals, you can do so here.

Food Lion

With more than 1,100 supermarkets in 10 states, Food Lion allows you to add certain coupons to your free MVP Savings card.

H-E-B

In order to use H-E-B coupons, you will have to be logged into your account in order to load your selected coupons to your account.  Then, once in the store, you can redeem the coupons when your card is activated at checkout.

Hy-Vee

To get specific coupons at Hy-Vee, you need to sign into your account, link your Perks Card and then start “clipping” to load it to your card.

Jewel Osco

The official Jewel Osco does offer coupons, but from looking at the website, it appears they work with a company called MyMixx, which allows you to add offers to your account, either online or in an App.  Shaw’s uses the same service as well.



Kroger

You will need to a Kroger card to load coupons via the company’s official website as they do not let you print.  Be sure to check these coupons out weekly and use the coupon matchup methods I mentioned prior to maximizing your savings.

Do note that Kroger owns a family of other stores, including the following chains:

If you shop at any of these stores, then click on the link to go directly to the company’s coupon page to start adding the deals to your card.

Piggly Wiggly

Free printable coupons are available directly at IDigthePig.com.

Publix

One of the largest grocery store chains of the south, Publix lets you print coupons directly from its official website.  And since they do not have a loyalty card, all you need to do is simply find the coupons of interest and print from home.

Safeway

If you’re a shopper at Safeway, you can unlock coupons once you sign into your account.  Registering is free and only takes seconds to do if you haven’t done so already.

Sam’s Club

Like Costco, Sam’s Club lets you view the current savings via the company’s Instant Savings Book online.

Schnucks

Schnucks, a smaller grocery store chain, dispersed throughout the Midwest, offers a variety of coupons via its website.

ShopRite

ShopRite, a cooperative of supermarkets in more than six states, allows Price Plus club card members to add coupons to their card.  Once loaded, they will stay active until you either redeem or they expire.

Vons

Just enter your zip code, and Vons will present you with a list of eligible coupons.  To redeem, however, you need to add any you clip to your Vons account.

Wegmans

Wegmans offers digital coupons offers online, but in order to use them, you need to sign into your account in order to use them in store.

Whole Foods

Whole Foods kind of sorta has coupons, but I wanted to include it here because you can save.  As per the official website, you save 10% on hundreds of items if you’re an Amazon Prime member, plus you can shop for special savings via the app as well.  To learn more about Whole Foods coupons and how you can save, you can do so here.



Winco

WinCo Foods does have an official coupon page, but in order to view it, the company does force you to register for an account.

Brand Coupon Pages

Just like the stores, popular brands will offer coupons as well.

As you can imagine, these coupons will often before for that brand only and can be printed at home.

And like most of these coupon websites, you can then bring in the coupon to any retailer that accepts manufacturer coupons.

Arm and Hammer

From baking powder to cat litter and laundry, take a glance at the Arm and Hammer official coupon page to see if there’s anything of value.  To view and print, however, you will need to sign up for a free account in order to access the active coupons.

Campbell’s

The Campbell’s Coupons and Savings Center offers a variety of coupon options as well as budget-friendly recipes.

Colgate

Colgate offers a wide variety of printable coupons, ranging from toothbrushes to mouthwash, and of course, toothpaste.  To print, however, the company will ask for your email and zip code.   Palmolive, as part of the Colgate company, offers its own coupon page as well.

General Mills

A few General Mills brands, including Betty Crocker and Pillsbury, offer coupons directly on their website.

And like most of these websites, find a coupon of interest, print it and bring it into a grocery store nearby to redeem.

When I did glance at some of these General Mills websites, it appeared they all used the same coupon interface, marking multiple General Mills products, so, in the end, it really didn’t matter which brand you landed on as they all seemed to be the same.

In the end, the General Mills coupon database often had coupons available for the following products, which are all part of their brand:

  • Bisquick
  • Box Tops
  • Bugles
  • Chex Mix
  • Fruit by the Foot
  • Gushers
  • Fruit Roll-Ups
  • Gardetto’s
  • Go-Gurt
  • Green Giant
  • Haagen-Dazs
  • Hamburger Helper
  • Liberte
  • Nature Valley
  • Old El Paso
  • Pillsbury
  • Pizza Rolls
  • Progresso
  • Squeezit
  • Sunkis
  • Toaster Strudel
  • Totino’s
  • Yoplait

Hefty

From foam plates to garbage bags, Hefty.com always has a variety of printable coupons available.

Kellog’s

Kellogg’s Family Rewards offers member exclusive savings, from a range of popular Kellog’s products as well as other brands.

To clip coupons, however, you will need to create a free account.

P&G Everyday

Proctor and Gamble is a massive company that includes multiple brands that you probably have heard of.

Too many to list, you can find a wide variety of P&G coupons via their official website, in which you can print and take to a local store that accepts them.

Popular brands within the P&G umbrella include:

  • Always
  • Bounce
  • Bounty
  • Braun
  • Cascade
  • Charmin
  • Crest
  • Dawn
  • Downy
  • Era
  • Febreze
  • Gain
  • Gillette
  • Head and Shoulders
  • Herbal Essences
  • Ivory
  • Luvs
  • Mr. Clean
  • OLAY
  • Old Spice
  • Oral-B
  • Pampers
  • Pantene
  • Pepto-Bismol
  • Prilosec
  • Puffs
  • Scope
  • Secret
  • Swiffer
  • Tampax
  • Tide
  • Vicks

If you’re a fan of any of these brands, then I encourage you to at least check out the website to see what kind of offers are available at the moment since they rotate quite often.

Seventh Generation

Focusing solely on green products, the Seventh Generation products page often has coupons available.

Uncle Ben’s

If you’re a fan of Uncle Ben’s rice, the company seems to always have coupons readily available for a wide variety of their products.

Coupon/Deal Posting Websites



Krazy Coupon Lady

The Krazy Coupon Lady allows you to print coupons, most of which comes from Coupons.com, but the thing I like the most about her website are the coupon matchups.

Near the top of her website, you will see a tab for various stores, which you can then click and go to a page that’s catered to that retailer only.  The website caters to almost all big-name retailers that accept coupons.

Next, once you find a retailer of choice, you will then want to look for the “coupon deals for the week” blog post, which will be a post that basically shows you what coupons you can use to get items at a heavily discounted rate or even for free!

On this post, it will tell you exactly what you need to do in order to snag the deal.  In some cases, you just need to print a coupon, while in other circumstances, you may need a physical coupon from the local Sunday paper.

There are multiple coupon matching websites online, but I just recommend the Krazy Coupon Lady, because, number one, she’s been around the longest.  And secondly, it’s always updated.

Make it a habit to check out the retailers you shop at weekly to see what kind of deals you can take advantage of.

Slickdeals

Like Savings.com, Slickdeals finds you the best deals from almost any retailer, but these deals come from the community and are upvoted based on how great the deal truly is.

This is a very knowledgeable community that truly knows what a great deal is.

As one of my all-time favorites, I can’t recommend Slickdeals enough, and I really do check out the website every day to see which deals are currently available.  Do keep in mind that good ones go fast, however.

Whether you want to just browse deals or search for a particular retailer to see what kind of deals there are, it can be done.

Best of all, no account is necessary (unless you want to participate) and it’s 100% free to use.

Hip2Save

Similar to that of the Krazy Coupon Lady, Hip2Save is another coupon website I highly recommend checking out.

Here, you can find daily deals, coupons, coupon matchups and even recipes.

The one thing that I did like about the website is that they offer an awesome coupon newbie section, explaining how all of the coupon basics work as well as a pretty cool coupon database, which allows you to see if any coupons are available for particular items.

Living Rich With Coupons

Pretty popular online, LivingRichWithCoupons.com offers a wide variety of coupon options, ranging from store-specific deals to where you can find coupons.

Just like a few of the deal blogs I list here, you’re not going to find a lot of coupons, per se, but you’re going to find great opportunities as to ways to use your coupons to really maximize your savings.

It’s another one I highly recommend bookmarking to keep coming back to in the future.

Brad’s Deals

Brad’s Deals could be one of the oldest coupon/deal websites online, and yes, it still exists to this day.

A lot like Hip2Save, they focus a lot on the deals you can find on the Internet, and the thing I liked was that I could often find deals here that I could not find anywhere else.

The website also allowed you to search specific stores, where you could see if any active coupons were readily available.

DealNews

Similar to Brad’s Deals, DealNews works in the same way, primarily focusing on mostly deals only.

While you can find some coupons here, I wouldn’t recommend it as my number one choice to find them, however.

Instead, bookmark the website to see if any deals pique your interest.

Generally, the more of these websites that you check daily, the better your odds of finding a surprise deal may be.

Savings.com

Don’t have the time to research the best deals?

That’s okay because Savings.com did the dirty work for you, posting tons of deals every day for various retailers.

While it’s not a coupon website, per se, I just wanted to list it as it’s a great resource to see what kind of deals are floating around out there right now, just like the many blogs mentioned above.

Coupon Chrome Extensions

If you’re unfamiliar with Chrome extensions, these are basically “add-ons” which you add to your Google Chrome browser, with each extension have its own capabilities, which I will talk about how each one works below.

To use these extensions, you will want to go to the official Google Chrome Web Extensions store, search for the extension and then activate it.

From there, the company will tell you how the extension will work.

And if you want to disable/delete it, that’s fine as well.

To do so, you will go to “more tools” beneath your three dots in the upper right corner, followed by “extensions.”  Once in, you can then click the button to disable any extension you no longer want.

If you like the idea, here are a few that are highly rated:

Honey

Honey is awesome because it will automatically find the best coupon codes right now and apply it directly at checkout.  They also compare the prices at Amazon to ensure you’re getting the best deal as well.

As one of the most highly rated Chrome Extensions in terms of savings, Honey works with over 30,000 retailers and even earn “Gold” for making a purchase when the extension is activated.  This Gold, in turn, can be used to buy gift cards once you earn enough.

It’s free to use and Honey promises the coupons will work at checkout.

So if you’re going to buy online, join 10,000,000 other downloaders and save today.

Wikibuy

If you’re like me, you may automatically go to Amazon and assume you’re getting the best deal on what you’re purchasing.

Sadly, this isn’t always the case.

This is where Wikibuy comes into play.

With Wikibuy, you can install the free Chrome extension, and then when you’re shopping Amazon, Wikibuy will alert you if they found a better price at a competing retailer.

In this alert, it will include the total price, the price history, return policy, delivery estimate, related product deals and any reviews found on Amazon or Google.

Now, if you don’t use Chrome or don’t like the idea of installing the extension.  That’s okay as well since they let you search via the company’s official search engine.

It’s 100% free to use and HIGHLY recommended if you have a habit of going to Amazon 99% of the time.

PriceBlink

Like the Wikibuy Chrome extension I mentioned prior in the list, PriceBlink works in a similar manner; however, it doesn’t focus solely on Amazon.

Instead, you can simply click the on either the “view prices” or “view coupons” tab on your browser and PriceBlink does the rest.

So, for example, if you were shopping for a particular item on Target, you could click the “view prices” tab and it would show you what that exact item would cost at other retailers.

And if you didn’t want to price compare and knew you wanted to use that retailer, then you could click the “view coupons” tab to see if any active coupons were active to help you save even more.

PriceBlink is 100% free; however, as mentioned, you will need to install it as a Chrome extension to use it.   Do keep in mind that you can always deactivate whenever you’re not using it if you don’t like the idea of keeping it active while you use your computer.

Final Thoughts

I want you to remember that these are just websites and does not include any apps that can help you save.  That can be yet another blog post.

If you’re interested in even more ways to save in lieu of coupons, I encourage you to check out a post I created in the past that focused on Ibotta alternatives.

And if you’re unfamiliar with Ibotta, it’s like a coupon website, but they will reimburse you when you purchase an item listed on the app and you upload a picture of your receipt.  Once the receipt is confirmed, you get cash back in your account.

In the meantime, there’s a way to save on almost any item, service and/or restaurant.

And as long as you make it a habit to at least check for a coupon before heading out, there’s a good chance savings can be had.

If I’m missing any coupon resources, do let me know as I would love to check it out and even add it to the list!

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