Thankfully, bloggers like myself have your back and can continue to bring you printable coupons. That way on non-coupon Sundays, you can still get coupons to save on your grocery shopping.
Speaking of coupons, yesterday I tried loading coupons on my supermarket club card for the first time. It was fantastic. Why? Because I was able to stack coupons in a way I never could before.
For example, I put a $1 off coupon on the card for saving on Nutrigrain bars. At checkout I used one of the coupons for Nutrigrain bars (also $1 off) that I’d cut off the back of a Nutrigrain box. So rather than paying the sale price of 2 for $5–or $2.50 per box–I was able to apply both coupons ($1 + $1), and spent $3 all together, or $1.50 per box.
If you’re interested, you can sign up through the following two companies that provide coupons for club cards:
Cellfire: Users can add coupons right to the stores grocery savings card. Stores Cellfire currently works with: Baker’s City Market Dillons Fry’s Gerbes Hilander JayC King Soopers Kroger Owen’s Pay Less QFC Ralphs Scott’s Smith’s Carrs Dominick’s Genuardi’s Pavilions Randall’s Safeway Tom Thumb Vons ShopRite
SavingsStar: SavingStar’s eCoupons are totally paperless. There’s nothing to clip or print since they are 100% digital! They work at over 100 chains in 24,000 stores nationwide. Sign up for SavingStar to save digital grocery coupons directly to your store loyalty cards.
Below you’ll find a bunch of coupons are for food and beverages, many of which are great to stock up on for school day breakfasts, lunches, and dinners. Now onto the printable coupons, to make up for the lack of coupons in today’s Sunday paper.