I’m super excited to introduce My Coupon Database to BargainBabe.com. Basically, it’s a place where you can find all your grocery and drugstore coupons! No need to visit Coupons.com, then SmartSource.com, then…My Coupon Database pulls from dozens of coupon sources and is the most complete database of coupons that I know of.
Why should I use the Coupon Database?
Because it brings thousands of grocery and drugstore coupons together in one place. No need to visit Coupons.com, then SmartSource.com, then”¦My Coupon Database pulls from dozens of coupon sources and is the most complete database of coupons that I know of!
How do I use the free Coupon Database?
1. Go to the Coupon Database. (It’s in the drop down menu under Coupons.)
2. Browse the grocery and drugstore coupons.
3. If a coupon is underlined, click on it to print. If a coupon is not underlined, the Coupon Database will tell you which insert to pull from your stash to find the desired coupon. Voila! It’s that easy.
How do I narrow down a coupon search?
Narrow down your search by typing a word like “bread” in the Description box, or by choosing a specific Coupon Source. You can also search by the date the coupon was released, the value of the coupon, or how long ago a coupon expired.
What do the terms in the Coupon Source drop down menu refer to?
These terms tell you where the coupon came from. Most of them come from a specific store flyer.
Insert = coupons that come in the Sunday paper.
Cellfire ecoupons = mobile coupons you can print out.
Magazine Coupons = various coupons that you can find in mags like Glamour, All You, and many more.
Why can’t I see the entire Coupon Database on my screen?
I’m annoyed, too. For some reason, we cannot change the width of the Coupon Database so it fits horizontally into the screen.
What are the links at the top of the Coupon Database?
The Getting Started, Organization, and Store Coupons buttons take you to posts on BargainBabe.com that explain these topics!
How do I print coupons from the Coupon Database?
To print a coupon, click on the link under Source Name or Description for the coupon you want. It should be underlined. The link will take you to the coupon source or retailer’s website. You may need to install a coupon printer, but once it’s installed you won’t ever have to do this step again.
If there is no underline under Source Name or Description, it means there is no direct printing available. But you can use the Source Date and Source Name to find the coupon in your newspaper insert, store flyer, or magazine.
Even if you already receive coupon inserts in the mail or with your Sunday newspaper, like EllieD, you can use our Coupon Database to print multiples of coupons.
Does it cost money?
No! The Coupon Database is completely free. I pay a monthly fee to have My Coupon Database on BargainBabe.com and receive a small fee when you print a coupon. Thank you for helping me make blogging my full time job!
UPDATE: Reader Renee says My Coupon Database has been a huge help. She writes:
Thank you for organizing and sharing the coupon database. You have saved my family so much money ! Your site is a blessing to us.