Saturday, September 25, 2010

Hints for Printing Coupons at SmartSource

SmartSourceSmartSource is one of three major printable coupon sites.  Coupons seems to offer the most coupons, followed by SmartSource and then RedPlum.  Currently SmartSource has 76 printable coupons in my zip code.  They offer coupons in ten different categories and make sorting and finding coupons easy.  Along the top there is a place to enter your zip code if you'd like--many products are regional and this helps you find coupons for products that may be in your area of the country that are not offered across the board.  Next to the zip code box are two options for sorting the coupons--either by choosing one of the ten categories or by choosing a brand and then clicking go.  This makes finding specific coupons much easier.  I don't personally use the brand option too often because, for instance, I may not think of Cheerios as General Mills and they may have it sorted under that. But I do like having the two options for sorting.  As with most printable coupons, you should be able to print two of each coupon.  Just go back and choose them again to print.

3 comments:

FrugalMom said...

Thanks for the tips Cheryl! It's actually amazing how much I have come to rely on Internet coupons.

Debbie C. said...

Just a heads up, I got a new computer running Windows 7 and I can't get the Smart Source Coupons to print; says something about my computer running out of memory. I have contacted them several times and they are aware that they are not compatible. If you are running Windows 7, you can't print the SmartSource.

Cheryl said...

Thanks for the heads up, Debbie. That is disappointing. Hopefully they get it fixed soon.