Where to find Canadian coupons

Where to Find Canadian Coupons

The first and most important step in getting started with coupons in Canada is, well, getting coupons to use! This is really the easy part because coupons are actually really abundant in Canada!

Today, I am going to give you a list so you know where to find Canadian coupons that will help you save money! Coupons are a great way to save money on food, cleaning supplies, hygiene products and more.

Here is where to find Canadian coupons so you can get your coupon stash growing quickly:

At the grocery store

Grocery stores can be a treasure trove of coupons. There are several different kinds of coupons you can keep an eye out for.

  • Tear pad coupons – These can be found on the front of shelves or on those cardboard display cases, usually very close to the product for which the coupon is intended. Some large grocery stores also have large coupon boards at the front entrances where you will find dozens of tear pad coupons. As you find the ones you think you will use, keep in mind that you don’t have to use them on the day that you take them!
  • Peelies – Peelies are those little sticker coupons that you can sometimes find attached to products. Recently, I have found them on cereal boxes, feminine products, and granola bars. Keep an eye out! These are meant to be taken only when you purchase the product on which they are found!
  • Hang Tags – Like peelies, but they are actually hanging on products with an elastic. These are also meant to be taken only when you purchase the product on which they are found!
  • Rep Coupons – You know those booths that are set up in grocery stores with someone handing out samples or simply bringing awareness to a product? They often have coupons to give out!

Printable Coupons Where to find Canadian coupons

If you have access to a printer, you will love to know that there are so many printable coupons available to Canadians. Many companies Like Save.ca, webSaver.ca, GoCoupons.ca and P&G offer coupons that you can immediately print right from home, cut out and take to your local stores to redeem. Check out the giant list of printable Canadian coupons that are available on Simply Frugal!

Mail to Home Coupons 

Some companies run promotions where they mail coupons (for free product, or money off) to you via Canada Post. One such company is Chapman’s Ice Cream. Every year you can request for them to mail you a $4.00 off coupon to use on their ice cream products. Save.ca is also a coupon service that offers mail to home coupons.

Be sure to keep an eye out for coupons from fast-food restaurants! These you don’t have to sign up for. They just come as junk mail and can be quite valuable if you utilize restaurants like Subway, McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Dairy Queen, etc.

In product packaging

You can also find coupons inside specially marked boxes or packages that may be used for future purchases. I often see these coupons inside cereal boxes, granola bars and taco kits.

Free Samples

Many times when I fill out a form for a free sample, when it arrives, it comes with a coupon. Sample boxes from companies like SampleSource often add coupons into the box along with the samples.

Email Newsletters

Join email lists of the companies that you often buy from, if they have one. When you sign up online, make sure to check the box that asks if you would like to have special coupons and offers sent to you. I also recommend having a separate email address for signing up for things like this. You wouldn’t want to clutter up your personal email! Gay Lea, Oxi Clean, Saputo and Oasis are all examples of companies that regularly send out coupons with their newsletters.

Email your favourite companies

If you have a favourite product, there is absolutely no harm in emailing or calling that particular company asking if they have any coupons available to mail to you! Many companies are very willing to send coupons your way if you ask!

Coupon Apps

Also known as Cash-Back apps! If physical coupons aren’t your thing, cash-back apps might be a better option for you! The way most cash-back apps work is:

  1. Download the app
  2. Browse the list of cash-back offers then buy your groceries
  3. Select the offers you purchased
  4. Upload your receipt
  5. Earn Cash Back when your receipt is approved

The best Cash Back apps in Canada are: Checkout 51, Caddle, Eclipsa, webSaver Digital Coupons, Honey (for online shopping) and Rakuten (for online shopping).

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I’m positive these ideas will help you with where to find Canadian coupons! What’s your favourite way to grow your coupon stash?

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