No one likes paying full price for anything; however, there are certain goods and services out there that you should always use a coupon when purchasing. With a wide variety of online and printable coupons out there available, why not save a little money, anyway you can?
Below is an overview of the 5 things you should never buy, without a coupon in hand.
Restaurant dinners are considered a luxury expense, but for some, dining out can be a regular thing. Chain restaurants are known for sending out coupons in the mail or in newspaper inserts; however, discount sites like Wag Jag and Groupon are famous for listing amazing deals for dinners out, as well. Coupons for restaurant chains can also be found on sites like Coupon Sherpa.
Skip car dealerships when it comes to oil changes, and be on the hunt for deals offered by local establishments. Jiffy Lube is also a company that offers a five-dollar-off coupon quite regularly.
Arts and Crafts
Paint, paper, crayons, molding clay, yarn, and other fun arts and crafting items can keep the kids busy, but they are also fun for adults too, especially those who love to dive into DIY home décor projects and other hobbies. Stores like Michaels, Hobby Lobby, and JOANN Fabric & Craft Stores regularly post coupons for customers, with at least 40% off any single (non-sale) item in the store. Why pay full price with a deal like that?!
Ask any new parents and they’ll tell you right off the bat, while babies are amazing to have around, they can be quite expensive too! The good news is that there are a ton of online and coupon inserts when it comes to baby wipes, diapers, formula, toys, and other essentials. If you do a little research, you can save a bundle for your little bundle.
Whether you are talking cereal, canned goods, granola bars, salad dressing, or even sliced bread, many can find a way to cut their grocery bill significantly with coupons. Grocery coupons can be found online, and at times, retailers offer in-store coupons on a ton of items. Coupons for these products can also be found in newspaper inserts, as well as your mailbox! You can also find coupons for items that are added to your grocery list, which may not be food related. Top-named brands in toilet paper, toothpaste, deodorant, batteries, over-the-counter cold and flu medication, as well as cleaning supplies also offer printable and inserts on a monthly to bi-monthly basis. Sometimes you can even find coupons for these items on the actual product, for future purchases.