We all love to save money, and you can save money when you use coupons. You can usually find some really good coupons in the Sunday paper, but what if you don't subscribe to the newspaper? Aubrey Nix form easternshoremom.com says even if you don't buy a paper, there are still ways to get the coupons, and she encourages you to snag multiple copies of the paper to save even more money.
Aubrey says you may be able to get coupons from the Sunday paper when you visit fast food restaurants, like Starbucks and McDonalds. She says many times, restaurants such as these will have a copy of the paper for morning customers, and the coupons inside are just being looked over. Of course, it is a good idea to ask a manager before you remove the coupons from the paper.
Aubrey says she has also found coupons in Sunday papers left at airports and hotels. When you're traveling, she recommends keeping your eyes open for stray papers in the hotel lobby, or around the airport to see if the coupon inserts are still inside.
Although you may not subscribe to the newspaper, your neighbors might. Aubrey says it's a good idea to let your neighbors, friends, and family members know you would like their coupons if they aren't going to use them.
You might also want to look for coupons at recycling centers. Aubrey suggests that you ask someone at your local recycling center if they allow "dumpster diving" in their paper recycling section. If they do, you can pick out the coupon inserts that are left over from the Sunday paper.
You can find more ways to save online at easternshoremom.com .
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