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New April printable and digital coupons!

Posted April 1, 2014

Smart Shopper: Coupons

It's the beginning of the month and most of the printable coupon sites add new coupons and reload some of their coupons from the previous month so you can print them again! So, if there is a coupon you really wanted, but it was out of prints last month, it may be available today! Read on for the list of coupon sites to visit today and throughout the month.

You will want to check out the following sites in the next couple days to print your favorite coupons before they are no longer available. Some of these sites don't reset their coupons every month on the first day, but they usually add new coupons throughout the month, so be sure to check them out.

* Coupons.com coupons can be found in the Smart Shopper Coupons link above.  Some of my favorite manufacturer's coupons each month come from this website!

* Smartsource.com - Good source for printable manufacturer's coupons

* Redplum.com - Good source for printable manufacturer's coupons

* BettyCrocker.com - Good source for printable manufacturer's coupons for Betty Crocker, Pillsbury and other products

* Pillsbury.com - Good source for printable manufacturer's coupons for Betty Crocker, Pillsbury and other products

* CommonKindness.com - Good source for organic and health food product coupons

* SavingStar.com: With the e-coupon site SavingStar, you don't print out a coupon to redeem at the register. You load digital coupons to your reward card and then the coupon savings are added to your SavingStar account. Once you have accrued $5 worth of savings in your SavingStar account, you can cash the savings in for a gift card. You can choose to receive an Amazon gift card, have the money deposited into your Paypal account or checking account or donate it to a non-profit organization. My favorite aspect of this site is that you can use a hard copy coupon at the register for a product that also offers a SavingStar e-coupon! For more information, click the Thursday Thoughts: SavingStar link in the box above or head to their website HERE.

* Checkout 51 is a new coupon source that can be used in conjunction with paper coupons and other digital coupon programs! And you can use it with your smartphone or computer. Sign up on the Checkout 51 website HERE for free using your e-mail or Facebook info. Browse the available offers (and print out a list if you don't think you will remember them). Head to the store (any store) and buy the offers you want (we have had offers for milk, orange juice, cereal and more!). Take a photo of your receipt and upload it to Checkout 51. Once they confirm your purchase, they will credit your Checkout 51 account in about 24 hours. When you accrue $20 in your Checkout 51 account, you can cash it out in the form of a check mailed to your address. It’s a very easy way to increase your coupon and save savings even more!

* ibotta.com is a coupon site that allows you to earn cash back on the groceries and non-food items you buy at stores including Harris Teeter, CVS, Walgreens, Rite Aid, Walmart, Kroger and more! For more information, click the ibotta app article in the box above or go to the   ibotta.com website.   PLUS, they are offering a new member bonus right now. New members get a $2 Welcome Aboard sign-up bonus when you redeem your first offer within 10 days of registering HERE!

* Shopmium.com is a new cash back savings site called. It is similar to ibotta and offers yet another way to stack those grocery savings! AND when you sign up now, you get a FREE Lindt bar when you use the referral code GYAKFHVF during registration. You have to install the  Shopmium.app on your smartphone. Or you can go to your app store and search Shopmium. This site only works on a smartphone.  For all the details on this cash-back offer website, including how to see your available offers and how to get your payout, click the link above for "New cash back savings Site: Shopmium."

* Recyclebank.com is a website that gives you points for learning about great ways to become more eco-friendly in your home and throughout your community. You can cash in those points for coupons, freebies (like magazine subscriptions) and gift cards to places like Panera, iTunes, Best Buy and more! It's free to join and you can start earning points right away by doing easy activities like watching videos about recycling, pledging to recycle certain products and reading articles about eco-friendly topics.

* EatBetterAmerica.com  (this site often has coupons for health foods and organic products)

* Mambosprouts.com (this site has a number of products for health foods and organic products)

* KelloggsFamilyRewards.com for printable coupons valid on various Kellogg's products when you use points collected on the boxes of qualifying products. Sign up for a free account, enter codes from participating Kellogg's products (codes are printed in the inside of the box), earn points for each code and then redeem the points for coupons! It's all free and if you use Kellogg's products, it won't take you long to get enough points for coupons.

Once you get a chance to look at the new coupons, let us know which are your favorites!

As you see new coupons become available in the next couple days, please let us know by posting in the comments section below or in the Share the Deals section for the day.

 

 

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  • Faye Prosser -WRAL Smart Shopper Apr 1, 2014

    cowgirlone - I agree - those are all good ways to save!

    And speaking of rewards for healthy actions, make sure you check your health insurance plan for any reward programs they have. Many reward healthy activities with freebies!

  • cowgirlone Apr 1, 2014

    Faye, three other ways I have found to save are:
    Ebates- Cashback paid quarterly for online purchases. This was very valuable during Christmas and with referrals, I earned over $60 pay out. (Swagbucks does this type of shop and earn, but the referral bonus is better with Ebates)

    Walgreens Step Rewards - Earn 20 rewards points for each mile walked. A great way to save money and get fit. If you have a fitness device (Fitbit, Up, etc.) you will earn 250 points for linking your device. Otherwise, you just log on to the website or your mobile app and add the activity. It now does cycling too!

    Receipt Hog - Mobile app. I have an iPhone so I know it is an Apple app. You scan your receipts at stores (no gas, clothing or restaurant receipts) but groceries and such. Earn points and spins for coins. It takes a while but pay out is $5.00. It has accepted every
    Walmart receipt I have submitted, even for motor oil, antifreeze, and a Walmart.com for som