If you’re missing us in your Facebook news feed, you’re not alone! Lately we’ve had many readers wonder why we never show up on their wall anymore. How can you make sure you don’t miss out on Time2Save’s Facebook updates.
One of the best ways to receive coupons (and sometimes even Freebies) for a product you enjoy, is simply to write the company. Taking a few moments to join the email newsletter will allow you to receive exclusive coupons. Spend a few more moments contacting that company and you’ll often receive FREE product coupons in the mail!
First, here are a few newsletters we recommend signing up for -
- Pillsbury - Pillsbury, Betty Crocker & General Mills Product Coupons
- RightAtHome – SC Johnson Product Coupons (Glade, Windex, Scrubbing Bubbles, etc)
- Target Newsletter - Get updates on Cartwheel offers, special online codes, and printable coupons
- Pampers Gifts to Grow – Receive 100 free points toward your purchase of Pampers goods and Save money with exclusive coupons
- P& G Everyday – Exclusive Coupons for Proctor & Gamble Products (Click box below)
Now when you begin to actually contact companies – you’ll want to follow three guidelines:
- Set up an email address specifically for coupon business (like, jamielovescoupons @gmail.com)
- Take a little time each day to contact companies on this list – maybe the 20 minutes you spend sipping your morning coffee.
- On some of the links you’ll find a contact and newsletter sign up. Go to the contacts below and have a “cut and paste” request ready AND sign up for the newsletter for future coupons. Here’s a sample of a cut and paste, “Hi, I’mJamie and I’d like coupons mailed directly to my home to use your products (name product (s) if you like) My address is X.”
Ok – ready to try your luck at getting FREE product coupons? Just remember that saving money frees up funds that your family can use to do fun things, pay off debt and more!
50 Companies that Will Send You Coupons:
Lately we’ve posted a couple Catalina deals – and while you “old timers” out there already know what these are, I thought it would be good to pause and explain for everyone else!
Coupons in the Beer Aisle? You bet!
Did you know that expired coupons aren’t trash? It’s true!
Military families are allowed to use coupons up to 6 months past their printed expiration date! While the service pay rates are no longer below the poverty level, they are in no way great when you have a family. Can you imagine what a blessing it would be to receive a bundle of valuable coupons from someone back home – and realizing they cared enough to send them?
If you are interested in dropping off coupons to be sent to military families, you’ll be happy to hear that the Dupont Community Credit Union has kindly volunteered each of their branches to be a drop-off point for unused and expired coupons destined for the military. You can click on the image below to read more about the program and see the dropoff locations:
If you don’t live near a Dupont Community Credit Union you can mail the coupons to the address below.
Unit 5200, Box 105
APO, AE 09461
Phone – 011-44-1638-522641
Questions? Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
NOTE: Please don’t drop off coupons expired PAST the 6 month limit, or the military base personnel will be forced to sort through huge boxes of unsorted coupons to find usable ones. Please send coupons that are just recently expired, and if you have time – tuck them into envelopes sorted by categories (i.e. Food, Baby, Household Cleaners, Toiletries, Pets….) Thanks!!
Although we’ve posted about how GREAT Manilla is before – we’d like to remind you about this great organizing tool as you start working on Spring Cleaning your bills, subscriptions, online vouchers and more.
Sometimes I feel like I’m being crushed under the sheer weight of info I have to keep track of. If you’re like me, you’re juggling too many balls – and you need about 10 more of yourself to keep them all in the air. Enter this awesome web-based organizer called Manilla. It’s a totally free service that helps you out BIG TIME by making it easy to manage things like:
- Bank & Credit Card Accounts
- Bills like Utilities, Dish or Cable, and Phone
- Subscriptions to Netflix and magazines
- Loyalty Programs (auto, hotel, airline, etc…)
- Vouchers bought from Groupon or Living Social
Keep all this info organized and accessible under *1* Password. Manilla keeps your info secure under just ONE login (so you don’t have to remember all the other ones from all those other credit card, bill, magazine, & daily deal sites). It presents everything in an organized way. Look at the example below of a typical account.
Doesn’t this just make you feel more sane?
Manilla even sends you friendly reminders when it’s time to pay a bill, renew a subscription – or use a reward before it expires! (I LOVE THAT)
Oh yeah – Manilla has a Free mobile app too!
I almost forgot – they’ve just come out with a new mobile app for iPhone & Android - so you can easily check out your accounts on the go!
How is it Free?
So how is all this awesomeness free? (You’re gonna like this!) Companies are tired of spending all that money on paper bills and statements – and as a result, they’re willing to foot the bill for us to have this Free Bill manager!
*This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Manilla. All opinions are 100% my own.
The weeks following a big holiday are one of the BEST times to pick up ordinary items to stockpile in your pantry. For instance, you can stock up BIG TIME on Ziploc bags in the aftermath of Christmas - while everyone else is running for the toy aisle, you can be making a beeline for the baggies! Here is a little list of items to hunt down – as well as the coupons you’ll want to print out. You might want to keep in an envelope or special binder-pocket and bring along as you hit various stores over the next couple weeks. You never know what you’ll find – so keep your eyes peeled!
Have you ever been printing several things when suddenly one item you were printing gets stuck? You go to investigate and there’s one print job that has an ERROR – and it won’t allow anything else to print. ARRGGHH!! I’ve been there too. So of course – you click “Delete” to cancel the troublesome print job – and it proceeds to delete until eternity… It says “Deleting….” but it never actually moves on from that point.