The good thing about coupon clipping is that you can buy "Name Brand" products and save money at the same time. The difficult part is finding sources of GOOD coupons.
The internet has helped out with supplying coupons, but you still need more sources. The Sunday newspaper is a good place to start because they carry "SMARTSOURCE" and "PGBrandSaver" coupon books (inserts).
Unfortunately, only certain newspapers contain the PGBrandSaver coupons. And many big name products are made by Proctor and Gamble; therefore, unless you're in a big city, you may not have access to some of the really good coupons.
PGEverydaySolutions.com allows you to find out where to obtain the PGBrandSaver coupon book. It also allows you to obtain coupons for their latest products. You can also request a PGBrandSampler package that contains a couple trial size products catered to your needs.
The bad thing about the site is that you cannot subscribe to the PGBrandSaver coupon book and if you're not near a carrier of the coupon book, you are SOL. The brand sampler take 4 weeks to arrive and contains 2 or 3 small (tiny) samples. And the coupons you can select from the site must be mailed to you.
I am not sure you would like to give your personal information out for little in return; however, it might be worth it to some people.
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