Big Yearly Savings By Using Grocery Coupons

Take one look at grocery coupons, and it can be hard to imagine how a coupon that offers 25 cents off a product could save you money, but it can. Just like saving up the loose change from your pockets adds up, so does using grocery store coupons.

If you are making an effort to cut costs and want to save big by using grocery coupons, here’s a look at what coupons are available to you and what type of savings you can expect to receive when you do start to use grocery coupons.

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The Different Types of Coupons

There are several different types of grocery coupons that people can use. Each type of coupon offers its own unique savings, which can help add to the overall savings you will receive by using them.

The following are some examples of different types of coupons:

  • BOGO or Buy One Get One
  • Free product trials
  • Percentage Off
  • Set amount off (25 cents, $1.50, etc.)

The above types of coupons can be found in a variety of places. The following are some places coupon enthusiasts look for grocery coupons:

  • Manufacturer websites
  • Coupon download sites like RewardIt
  • Sunday paper inserts
  • Tuesday “junk” mail
  • In-store coupons

What Savings Will You See with Grocery Coupons?

Everyone is always curious about what type of savings you will see when you use grocery coupons, but the truth is it will vary. The type of savings you see from using coupons depend on how much time, effort, and energy you put into using your coupons.

The casual coupon user who just routinely surfs the Internet and looks through the Sunday paper can expect to save about $50-60 per month on groceries. That is a savings of $600-720 a year.

Coupon users who invest significant time and energy into couponing, who research sales at stores, scour the Internet for savings, and subscribe to coupon clipping services can expect to see significant savings. Some coupon enthusiasts have reported saving $300-400 a month just by using coupons and teaming them up with store sales. That is a $3,600-4,800 savings every year.

Next time you see that 25 cents off coupon for a product and don’t think it’ll make a difference if you use it or not, think of the overall savings you could see. Remember it takes just one coupon to start seeing significant savings.

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  1. Cereal, yogurt, cookies, and pizza.

  2. I use most coupons to buy Cirio and pasta, Barella Pasta.

  3. I use coupons alot because they save me money, but sometimes the supermarkets do not want to take them ,,, they want the cash.

  4. Pillsbury, Hormel, Purina, SC Johnson, Green Giant, Coke, Pepsi….and the list goes on & on!

  5. Libby Stady says:

    I use all of them and for everything!

  6. any I can get my hands on.

  7. I use any coupons I can get.LOL.

  8. Quaker and Magnum :)

  9. I use coupons for blue bell ice cream the most.

  10. New products, dairy-eggs, flavored cream, cereals, prepared meats (Hormel) side-dishes, box cakes, frostings, cookies, crackers.

  11. Lawrence Gross says:

    I love using buy one get one free coupons on Vitamin Water XXX!

  12. Jacqueline Ivy Boyter says:

    I use coupons for Gerber, pampers, and any other baby brands!

  13. I use any that I can combine with a sale item.

  14. Orange juice, White Castle hamburgers, Kellogg's cereals.

  15. I use a lot of coupons from the Publix booklets especially for organic items since it's really hard to find a lot of coupons for those items. Once in a while I find a gem for $'s off produce or seafood.

  16. Joanne P Quarz says:

    I use more coffee Folgers, Maxwell House from many sources when they are on sale.

  17. Joanne P Quarz says:

    I use more coffee Folgers, Maxwell House from many sources when they are on sale.

  18. Cereal coupons, like GM and Kelloggs, are the ones I use most often, followed by Betty Crocker and Pillsbury. But, really, if there's a coupon for an item I want, I'll use it.

  19. I use coupons for many different brands. Depends what's on sale.

  20. betty crocker.

  21. P & G coupons plus GenTeal gel…I use any and all coupons. I try to save cents by making sense!

  22. I use coupons for pet food, detergents etc.

  23. Anonymous says:

    I don't use coupons that often… only for stuff that I frequently buy, but still very rare.

  24. Margaret O'Connor says:

    P&G, DiGiorno or Freschetta Pizza, Purex, Stouffers Family Lasagna, to name a few.

  25. P&G

  26. I use coupons for Viva paper towels, Purina, and General Mills!

  27. P & G.

  28. not sure to buy milk.

  29. Gayle Little says:

    P & G.

  30. Michelle Fuller says:

    I use coupons for cereal, Totinos frozen pizza, Kraft sliced cheese, and Breyers ice cream.

  31. Paula L. Geller Guthertz says:

    I will use coupons for whatever products I would purchase normally. Checking the papers and circulars. & my supermarket has an online rewards program. P&G, General Mills, Nabisco, etc.

  32. P&G is the obvious one but I search high and low for Oscar Meyers & Darigold.

  33. I use Betty Crocker a lot and Milk Bone, Bird's Eye, and anything else I can get my hands on.

  34. Coffee, when I can find them.

  35. Michael Ramalhete says:

    I use coupons for Diapers.

  36. I use coupons for Pull-ups (Diapers). Usually can find $5-6 off for a $40 box.

  37. mostly cereal, like general mills.

  38. right now pizza coupons and cereal.

  39. Amy Richard says:

    P&G a lot because the coupons are readily available, as well as Kelloggs, Purina and Burnabae Farms.

  40. Amy Richard says:

    P&G a lot because the coupons are readily available, as well as Kelloggs, Purina and Burnabae Farms.

  41. Mark Colacioppo says:

    I love using coupons for cereal, pizza and Honest Tea. P&G always has good ones that you can print on coupons.com too.

  42. Most often P&G, General Mills, Starbucks, Caribou Coffee.

  43. I buy a lot of frozen hamburgers in the summertime. I could save a lot with some grocery coupons for those!

  44. I've used coupons to buy Coke and Special K cereal.

  45. Craig Brown says:

    General Mills.

  46. P&g coupons

  47. I use frozen pizza coupons!

  48. Set amount off usually General Mills or Betty Crocker.

  49. I use P&G the most, would love some for Mark Angelo turkey sausage, so much nicer than the other types of poultry sausage.

  50. Kim Henrichs says:

    P&G most often for sure. Then Purina.

  51. I use coupons for Tide a lot.

  52. Beth Johnson Titus says:

    P&G Coupons :)