Many times, you know you would love to find a coupon for a product you need, but you aren’t sure if there is one out there. You may not realize it, but we have a FREE Coupon Database you can use to help you find just such coupons!! I explain where to find this and how to use it, so you can find exactly what it is you need!
How Can I Find the Database? To find access the Coupon Database, you can simply click HERE. You can also find it on the site by clicking on COUPONS & DEALS and then COUPONS. It will show in the new menu.
When this page comes up, you will see a large database.
How Do I Find My Coupon? You simply type in the brand or product you need and hit search and if there are coupons available, they will all show for you.
For example, if you need Pampers Diapers, you simply type in Pampers and hit search:
The list comes up showing the coupons from your weekly inserts as well as any current printable coupons available:
You can also search by product type as well. If you need to find coupons for toilet paper, you can just type that into the box and hit search:
The various coupons for this product will come up for you!
When the coupons come up which are printable, you will be taken to the site, where you can print and clip them! Many times, the link takes you to the home page, so you may need to sort the coupons by category, such as baby, food, etc. Then, you can look through the coupons and find the one(s) you want!
What other information can I find in the database? You can use this not only for to track down printable coupons, you can also use it to find the coupons which may have been in your favorite magazines or even the Sunday newspaper.
What do each of the column headings mean? Here is how to understand each column:
All — This is a code for bloggers only – disregard this
Description — This is a brief description of what the coupon is for. It lists sizes, exact product names, etc.
Value — This is the value of the coupon. It may say $1/2, $1/1, $0.50/4. Remember that you must purchase the number of items listed under the value in order to redeem your coupon.
Expiration — This is the date the coupon expires. Coupons can be redeemed through midnight on this date.
Source — This describes where the coupon was found. If it is a printable, the word will be in pink and you can click it to print your coupon. If it was found in a magazine, the name and date are listed. If it was in the Sunday Newspaper insert, you may see a code here. Here is what this means:
SS – Smart Source
RP – Red Plum
GM – General Mills
P&G – Proctor and Gamble
Not only will you see the insert name, you will also see a date. This was the Sunday date of the newspaper in which the coupon was included. Some coupons also show an “R” at the end of the source information. This means the coupon was regional and may not have been available in all areas, so you will have to check to see if you received it or not.
Limitations — If the product is available for a select size, excludes trial sized products, etc, you will find that listed here. It is important to review limitations so that you redeem the coupon on the correct product.
Store — Some stores are redeemable only at that store. Therefore, make sure that you pay attention to this before you try to print and/or redeem a coupon at the wrong store.
Blogging Format — Ignore this column.
Again, there is absolutely NO cost to my readers to use this database. It is here to truly help you save money when you are shopping, by helping you track down those much needed coupons! I hope it helps YOU find what it is you need.