Each Sunday you will find inside of your paper are coupon booklets, known as “freestanding inserts.” There are three different inserts that come out on a regular basis: Smart Source (SS), RetailMeNot Everyday (RMN, formerly Red Plum), and Procter & Gamble (PG). We like showing you how to use these coupons to help save while shopping at Target.
1. Look for free local papers like Your Essential Shopper (also known as Yes!).
Some cities publish free local newspapers that carry coupon inserts. One newspaper, called Yes!, is found in several cities and is actually delivered right to your door for free (do a Google search to see if Yes! is available in your city).
Sometimes you can spot free local papers like these around town on Sunday morning — just be sure to only grab a few from each location. You don’t want to wipe out the entire supply in one spot.
2. Go to The Dollar Store.
Most Dollar Tree Stores sell $1 newspapers on Sunday, but make sure to get there early in order to snag one. Please take only one or two so other couponers can reap the savings as well!
3. Contact your local recycling center, and see if they’ll let you go through their bins.
Locate your nearest center here.There are usually tons of old newspaper coupons in my neighbors’ curbside recycle bins. Most of my neighbors are okay with me taking their discarded inserts, but definitely double check with yours before you go rifling through their trash.
4. Ask neighbors if you can have their unwanted inserts.
There are usually tons of old newspaper coupons in my neighbors’ curbside recycle bins. Most of my neighbors are okay with me taking their discarded inserts, but definitely double check with yours before you go rifling through their trash.
This is especially applicable if you live in an apartment and/or share a common mail room. Grab those unwanted coupons your neighbors left behind!
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