Need to compare Sunday flyers, grocery store circulars and retail savings? Are you getting sick of searching site after site? Here’s a super cool time saver to use- SundaySaver.com. This handy little site provides nearly every retailer your heart could desire, grouped by Department Store/Clothing, Grocery, Home Improvement, Pharmacy, Electronics, etc. You simply select a retailer, enter your zip code, and voila! The current circular is available for your perusal. In many cases, flyers are available days before the print version on SundaySaver’s site, so you’ll get a sneak peak in advance on sales.
The site boasts, “Stop buying the Sunday paper just for the ads”. But what do you do about merchants who offer clip coupons (Walgreens, Kmart, etc)? One way to opt out of purchasing the Sunday paper and still have plenty of store coupons is to check merchants via SundaySaver.com, make a list, then pop over to the retailer for a flyer. I’ve never been to a merchant yet that doesn’t have multiple free copies of the Sunday flyers available at the store. If you don’t see these by the entrance, ask a sales associate.
How about other coupons, such as Red Plum’s manufacturer’s coupons? Can you find those online without buying a Sunday paper? Here’s the truth- “Yes” and “No.” On the SundaySaver.com site, you’ll see the tab, “Printable Coupons” at the top. If you click on the tab, it opens in a new window of their partner site, “Deal Catcher”. The far left on Deal Catcher’s coupon window, “grocery coupons” contains a plethora of printable grocery coupons. Simply select by checking the boxes and print. (The site might require a quick download first).
However, the sad truth is, some highly sought coupons are ONLY available in the Sunday papers. Proctor and Gamble’s monthly “P & G Saver” is one you will want to purchase a paper to obtain. Even if you go to the P & G website, the coupons available are different than the ones offered in flyers.
There is often a disparity in the print coupons versus the online coupons in the way of savings. Typically, coupons available online offer less savings. Take the recent Snuggle Fabric Softener coupons, for instance. Online you’ll find a $1.00 off coupon. The print version in last weekend’s Sunday paper offered a $3.00 coupon for Snuggle-(pretty significant since Snuggle can be found on sale for around $3.49). It’s not always a constant regarding print coupons beating out the online version. There are some online printables that offer fab savings. But still, I find the Sunday paper to be a wealth of great coupons.
If you’re really on a budget or can’t make it out to get a Sunday paper, use the SundaySaver.com site to compare, battle plan shopping, and print out coupons. Then try your community for added coupon swaps, check recycling areas for cast-off Sunday papers or ask a friend to partner with you for coupon trading.
I do love SundaySaver.com for the ease and time saving components offered. I believe you will as well. Give it a whirl and let me know what you think!