The popular hit reality show Coupon Moms has rejuvenated the deal hunter fan base. Sunday circulars are being snapped up like Mega Millions lottery tickets and more and more websites have focused exclusively on massive coupon collections. Some coupon websites even offer to clip and send coupons to consumers for a small fee.
Here are three coupon websites worth checking out.
Coupons.com refreshes deals daily with the latest offers nationwide. Enter your zip code to view coupons in your area and check out a long categorized list offering coupons on everything from flowers & gifts to office supplies. Careful, there is a print limit reached per coupon. To bypass this restriction, simply create multiple registrations on different computers. Plus, joining their savings club lets you take advantage of additional savings for more recognized brands for for $3 a month. Not a bad purchase for the brand addict, although you'll find the same quality of deals without the subscription.
Smartsource.com is an aggregator of online and offline coupons with newspaper distribution. Enter your zip code and tap the checkmark next to each coupon which updates a savings amount in real-time. One huge downside to smartsource.com is missing search. Only zip code and category/brand drop down selections are available which added 3 minutes to a simple search for a specific bakery product.
Although not technically a coupon aggregator, the Krazy Coupon Lady is a homegrown site by super hotties Heather Wheeler and Joanie Demer. At first a blog, it parlayed into one of the best coupon sites on the Net with a weekly coupons section by store, a Beginners guide, and expanded scope with finance, style, and travel sections not found with coupons.com and smartsource.com. Plus, Krazy Coupon Lady introduces shoppers to smaller aggregators with deals just as good. Keep this one in your bookmarks list.