These days, there are tons of free printable and digital coupons for you to print and load onto your savings cards. Being the frugal shopper that you are, though, you want to enjoy additional savings, right? Furthermore, what if you don't have a printer to print coupons? No problem, you don't have to print snail mail coupons, because they come to you via postal mail. Now that's something worth going to your mailbox for! 😉
Even if you do get coupons online and have a printer, getting snail mail coupons will be a bonus. Naturally, you'll have to put forth some effort by requesting the snail mail coupons. However, it's not a lot of effort. Just a minute or two to fill out a quick form or send an email is all.
Companies That Offer Snail Mail Coupons to Help You Save Money on Their Products
RedPlum: Sometimes you'll find RedPlum inserts in your Sunday newspapers, but if you don't buy the Sunday papers or you'd like additional RedPlum coupons, you can sign up for The Red Plum Mail package. Be sure you select "add to list."
Bounce: When Bounce has coupons available by snail mail, you'll find the link on their "promotions" page.
P&G Brand Sampler: You have to register to get P&G's free Home Made Simple coupon booklet. As a P&G Everyday Solutions member myself, I can honestly tell you that taking the time to register is well worth it. They send quite a few snail mail coupons with great savings offers!
Minute Maid Snail Mail Coupons: Residents from the United States and Canada can enter their details in the form on the linked page to request money-saving coupons from Minute Maid.
Tide: When Tide has snail mail coupons available, they reveal them on their "coupons" page.
Another Way to Obtain Snail Mail Coupons
If there are certain brands that you love and buy often but don't see them in the aforementioned list, search for the brand name or manufacturer's name on your favorite search engine to see if they have a website. If your search is successful, visit their site and look for their contact form or information. Then reach out to them and ask if they could mail you some of their coupons. Before asking for the snail mail coupons, let them know that you've tried and liked their products and usually buy them often.
Maybe you're familiar with a brand but have yet to try it. No problem, you can search for those brands as well. Then when you contact the company asking for snail mail coupons, let them know you'd like to try their product(s).
In addition to products, you can search for and contact restaurants as well. You'd be surprised how many companies will offer you coupons to get (or keep) you as their customer.
If you know of any other websites where frugal shoppers can sign up/register to get coupons by snail mail, let me know by leaving a comment. Additionally, maybe you offer a product or service. If so, and you're willing to send snail mail coupons for a chance to get new customers or clients, contact me with the information on how frugal shoppers can request to receive paper coupons from you via the postal mail service. After you reach out to me and I get all the information I need, I'll include your company in this resource list free of charge.
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