If you’re like most people, you look for coupons in your Sunday newspaper and on couponing websites and apps. While this is a great way to get started with collecting coupons, did you know you can actually get coupons sent to you by mail or email? We tell you what you need to do to get more coupons.
1. Email a company you like:
One of the easiest ways to get free coupons is by emailing companies. Take some time out to email a manufacturer and tell them what you like about their brand or products. More often than not, companies will thank you for reaching out by sending you coupons for free.
2. Sign up for retailers’ newsletters:
If you haven’t already signed up for newsletters from your favorite brands, make sure to do so immediately. Many brands will send out monthly or weekly coupons to you as part of their newsletter. Here’s a bonus tip - make a list of all the products you purchase and then go to the website of that particular manufacturer and sign up to get their newsletter.
3. Follow brands on social media:
Many companies and retailers share exclusive coupons on their social media accounts. Some brands even offer freebies to their social media followers. So, make sure to follow all the brands you like on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter. You’ll usually be able to find links to the brand’s social media accounts on its website.
4. Request new samples:
When companies launch new products, they will often send customers free samples of these products for trial. These sample boxes sometimes even include high-value coupons. So, if you are shopping at a store you like, make sure to ask the store manager if they could mail you new samples.
5. Purchase a coupon service:
Some brands will mail you coupon inserts for a small fee, thus helping you get additional coupons without having to scour the Internet or buy multiple copies of the Sunday newspaper. So, consider doing this if you think you can really benefit from having additional coupons.
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