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There are lots of coupons that are sent directly from stores or manufacturers to our homes. I know it can be frustrating to see these listed and not have them, so here are a few tips of how to increase your mailbox coupon stash.
Sign up for online samples. Many samples also come with coupons, and these companies keep your name for possible future mailings and offers. A few of you got the “Thank You Mom” home mailer from Procter & Gamble in the last few weeks. While I don’t know exactly what triggered some of us to get this, it is probably because you asked for samples and coupons from their BrandSaver program.
Sign up for Viral Media Sample sites. They want folks who will help spread the word about the brands they are representing. Most have requirements they are looking for so you may not qualify but if you do they send awesome samples and coupons!
Sign up for e-mail newsletters from manufacturers that you are loyal to. You will get offers and special promotions. This is through a contact form on many websites.
Go to your Grocers Website and sign up for an online account.
This is something most stores offer now. Get a My Bi-Lo, My Kroger, My CVS etc… account. This is a free online account and a great way to make sure that your shoppers card has the right mailing and contact information for you. They will use your shopping history from your card to send coupons so make sure they have the right address!
Some “Home Mailers” are really internet freebie coupon booklets. Sign up for these when you see them.
- Home Made Simple (all P&G products) – click on the cascade coupons
- Home Made Simple – click on the Dawn coupon at the bottom
- There are $10 General Mills booklets available on Coupons.com right now.