If you purchase a few copies of the Sunday paper, then you’ll get a couple of copies of coupons but sometimes that is not enough. When something is on sale and you combine the sale with a coupon you can get GREAT deals and sometimes Free items! When this happens you really want to try and stock up this way you’ll never have to pay full price. If you don’t have enough coupons you can always ‘buy’ them.
Let me explain how you ‘buy’ a coupon. It’s illegal to sell coupons but you can charge a small handling fee to cover the cost of time to find, clip, sort and mail coupons. That is what you are really paying for when you ‘buy’ coupons. There are a few online companies that do this for you, they are called coupon clipping companies. I’ve ordered from a few of them and it’s really a GREAT way to stock up on items that you use EVERYDAY! Especially if you don’t get the same value coupons where you live.
You can do a search on Swagbucks of ‘coupon clipping companies’ but I did that already for you and here is what I’ve found:
- The Coupon Master – Admin fee of .50 and minimum order is $3.00
- The Coupon Clippers – Admin fee of .50 and minimum order is $3.00
- Coupon Clipping Crew – NO Admin free and minimum order is $3.00
- Coupons & Things by Dede – NO Admin fee for members and minimum order is $3.00
You can also find coupons on eBay. I’ve had some good luck with getting them on there as well but be sure to check the sellers feedback before you buy any coupons. I’ve heard of some sellers that didn’t send the coupons.
I have bought from The Coupon Master (who is right here in Rhode Island) and The Coupon Clippers and their service is EXCELLENT. I have not bought from the Coupon Clipping Crew or Coupons & Things by Dede but I’ve heard good things about both of them.
You won’t only find coupons that are in the inserts on this sites. You will sometimes come across other coupons too so check them out and see what they have.