COLUMBUS, GA (WTVM) -September is National Coupon Month. Well, if you've ever wondered where to find them, here's a start.
On most Sundays, there are two inserts in your local newspaper. One is called Smart Source, the other is Red Plum. Plus, about once a month, Proctor and Gamble has an insert with coupons for its products.
Another place to look is coupon websites.
There are plenty to choose from like coupons.com. You just check what you want and print.
Not every site is safe though, and watch out for fake coupons because they'll be turned away at the register.
You can also visit a store's website, itself.
Places like Publix and Target post online store coupons for customers to print.
The great thing about blogs is organizers do the work for you.
They list grocery sale items for the week, plus a link to the corresponding coupon.
You can even find a spread sheet to create a grocery list.
Don't forget, coupons aren't just for groceries. You can find them for just about anything you buy. Another simple option is to check for coupons when you visit your favorite store, restaurant or retailer.