On Coupons.com, you can print coupons for groceries (and some health, beauty, and other items) for free.
Most of the mainstream grocery brands are represented on the site, including Pillsbury, Betty Crocker, General Mills, etc. There are often organic brands as well.
The site is updated periodically, so it pays to check in often as the coupons and brands change. During the holidays, you're likely to find some high-value toy coupons as well--as much as $5 to $10 off!
Coupons.com normally has anywhere from 120-190 coupons available to print. It can be a lot to wade through, but you can sort them by category if you're looking for something specific.
I use this site often, but my only complaint about them is this (and it's more a complaint about my local stores): many stores will either not accept or will restrict the number of printable coupons they accept in one shopping trip.
For example, my local Rite-Aid will not accept printable coupons and my local grocery store will only accept two printable coupons per transaction.
Many stores are wary of people who create fraudulent coupons, so even though my coupons are legitimate, I'm inconvenienced.
Some store cashiers are also unaware of their own store's coupon policies and will tell customers that printed coupons are not accepted, when in fact their own store's policy states that they are.
Most stores have their coupon policies listed on their websites, and some die-hard couponers print them to have handy in case they are told they can't use their printable coupons.
I don't want to scare anyone away from using Coupons.com or manufacturer's online coupons, but this is something to be aware of.
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