For some reason, drug stores, like CVS and Walgreens, offer far more store coupons than grocery stores do. That means drug stores can often be a great source not only of personal care and household goods, but also of food. They may not have much variety, but you can SAVE BIG on things like cereal and soup if you combine a store coupon with a manufacturer coupon at a drugstore. Look for store coupons in flyers on racks in the drug stores and also in direct mail and Sunday circular ads. Below are some more sources of store coupons:
Store Sunday circulars. (Look for the words "Store Coupon" across the top.)
Single page store newspaper ads.
Direct mail ads sent to your home.
Store emails. (Joining the store loyalty In store flyers on a stand at the front or back of the store.
The price check box at CVS stores. Scan your loyalty card to print coupons.
Store clubs like baby clubs or pet clubs.
Fundraising books sold by nonprofits for about $5.
Websites like HotCouponWorld.com and AFullCup.com.
Targeting Target Coupons
You can hit the bull's-eye at Target if you're looking for manufacturer + store coupon combos. Target offers extensive coupons on its website and it accepts manufacturer coupons too, though it does not double them. Plus, Target allows you to use coupons on sale items.
Here's the trick: Target posts its coupons online for only two weeks, but they are typically good for six weeks. And by that time, many of the items in the coupons have gone on sale, so you can combine a store coupon with the sale price to SAVE BIG.