Where to Find the Best Coupons -- Savings Experiment


If you really want to save, you can use multiple coupons for one item and double up on the discount. The method is called coupon stacking and the coupons are easy to obtain. Here's where to find them.

First, start your search online, but make sure that "Manufacturer Coupon" or "Store Coupon" is printed on top of any coupon you see. You can visit your retailer's website for the newest deals, or try to "like" its Facebook fan page to get the inside scoop on new and hot coupons, which are generally released each day.

If you prefer a more manual method, there may also be a few store coupons in the Sunday paper. Do a quick scan through the SmartSource and RedPlum inserts and you just might find coupons for Walgreens or Target.

But perhaps the best place to go for manufacturer coupons is Coupons.com. It has the largest provider of digital coupons in the U.S. Some of its features include: local coupons, coupon codes, a member center, exclusive member savings and a CouponBar with instant savings.

So go forth and find those manufacturer coupons! Stack them up to save big and you'll be spending wisely on your next shopping trip.