Friday, April 23, 2010

Coupon Clipping Services - Why and Where

If you are aware of a great deal in advance, you may wish to purchase additional coupons from a coupon clipping service. (For example, I always post the new Rite Aid ad before if comes out. Stayfree is going to be $1.99 this coming Sunday. And a couple of weeks back there was a $2/1 coupon in 3/28/RP. Since you know this in advance, you may want to go order coupons from a coupon clipping service and stock up on Stayfree for FREE + the price of the clipping service.)

There are many different coupon clipping services out there. You may want to check out several different ones as different regions will get different coupons, besides the fact that one service may run out of a particular coupon while another may have tons in stock. Here are some reputable coupon clipping services:
CollectableCoupons located in Arizona 
Clippin'Chick'sClippingService located in Florida

TheCouponClippers located in Florida

TheCouponCarry-Out located in Ohio
TheCouponCutters located in North Carolina

TheCouponMaster located in Rhode Island


Ebay is another great resource for coupons. Just make sure that the person you are purchasing from has plenty of good feedback (coupons arrived quickly and such) and NEVER bid on coupons that have been printed off the internet. It is coupon fraud to make a photocopy of a barcoded coupon! Using photocopied coupons (whether you are aware they were photocopied or not) is also coupon fraud!


  1. Thanks,for posting this and when i looked on eBay what payment methods they have they have PayPal and other kinds that am not familiar with. I was wondering will any of them take checks or cash.

  2. It is unlikely that anyone on Ebay will take checks for payment since checks can take several days to clear and they know that you want your coupons right away so as not to miss the sale.

    Paypal can be linked to your bank account. You can then transfer cash from your bank into your paypal account. From there you can directly transfer the cash to the seller's Paypal account. This is the preferred method on Ebay as there is no waiting. The cash is instantly available to the sellers. Paypal has been around for years and I've never heard of any security issues. I've used Paypal many times and always found the process to be smooth.

    As far as sending checks/cash to the individual coupon clipping services that I listed above. . . . I am not sure. I'll have to check that out. I'll try to do that sometime within the next week or so and put it under a new post. If you happen to find out before me, let me know.

    Thanks for the comment. :)