79 Places to Score Free Digital and Printable Coupons in 2024
With the insanely high price of groceries (and everything else), we’re here to tell you couponing is still cool. In fact — it’s kind of a no-brainer.
A lot of people understandably get turned off at the mention of couponing. No one wants to be the person holding up the grocery line with clippings or getting sucked into the latest online scam that promises deals but delivers spam.
However you feel about coupons, we promise that there are still legitimate ways to score savings online and in stores.
You just have to know where to look (wink). And if you’re tired of searching far and wide for the best savings resources, then you’re in luck.
We’ve compiled a list of the absolute best places to source coupons and deals online in 2024, so you can save on everything from your must-haves to your wishlist. Here are 79 online savings resources you’ll want to bookmark.
General Grocery Coupons
Grocery bills are one of the best places to make cuts to your budget, and the sheer number of coupons available make it easier than ever.
- Coupons.com: You’ve probably heard of this one because it’s one of the biggest coupon sites out there—which means lots of options for you.
- Grocery Coupon Network: A great resource for free printable coupons for all your grocery store needs.
- Lozo is really neat—it offers you coupons based on your grocery list. This helps avoid the common couponing problem of wasting money on discounted items you don’t actually need.
- The Krazy Coupon Lady: A roundup of the best manufacturer coupons to help you save on all your favorite grocery items.
- For The Mommas: Free printable coupons on groceries and supplies for the whole family—including kids and pets.
- Kroger Krazy: This independently-run website specializes in sharing all the best coupons for Kroger’s shoppers.
- P&G: Sign up for their customer loyalty program and receive coupons in your inbox for household products like laundry detergent, shampoo, and more.
- Pillsbury: Sign up for their emails to receive coupons right to your inbox, or simply browse the daily deals on their site.
- Kellogg’s: Cereal, Pop-Tarts, and protein shakes galore! Breakfast just got a lot cheaper.
- Passion for Savings: Although not limited to grocery savings, this site will help you scout out all the deals on essential items—from food to clothing, and more.
Store-Specific Savings on Groceries
Most stores have a free rewards program of some sort, and many offer free online printable coupons as well.
11. City Market: Sign up for a rewards card and then scout their weekly deals on the site.
12. Fareway’s got free printable coupons—no rewards card needed. Use their store locator tool to find the local deals happening in your area.
13. Publix lets you click to clip coupons, which you can apply in-store automatically at checkout.
14. Kroger also requires a free membership, but it’s well worth it and easy to sign up.
15. Piggly-Wiggly’s coupons are free and printable.
16. Whole Foods: Yep, you can save money at this ultra-expensive grocer.
17. Shop Rite’s digital coupons are categorized by category and brand, so you can find exactly what you’re looking for with ease.
19. Winn-Dixie’s weekly ad is digitally available, and you can pick up the print version when you walk into the store.
20. The Fresh Market: Save on both fresh produce and packaged goods every week at your local store.
21. Shop ‘n Save: This Midwestern chain offers coupons on its website so you can save even more—just as the name suggests.
23. Schnucks: Schnucks’ coupons are free and printable.
24. Acme’s got great free printable coupons, too. Just create an account to get started.
25. Shoppers: Create a free Shoppers account to take advantage of all the awesome digital deals you can clip here.
26. Shaw’s: Create a free account to join Shaw’s for U and get access to coupons and more.
27. Food Lion: Load coupons directly to your Food Lion card.
28. Albertsons offers free printable coupons and weekly ads to all members. Create your free account to start finding these deals.
You can rack up some pretty big bills at pharmacies. Here are a few coupon resources that can help.
- GoodRx: This site helps you find the best deals on medications (including prescriptions) in your zip code. Just type in the name of the medication you’re looking for, and it will tell you which pharmacy has the lowest price. The company also offers coupons and telehealth services.
- SingleCare: This is another website that allows you to find the best deals on medicine in your city. Rumor has it that they sometimes have even lower prices than GoodRx.
- Rite Aid has printable coupons for everything from laundry detergent to soup.
- Walgreens lets you clip coupons directly to your Balance Rewards card.
- CVS: Tired of keeping up with the miles-long receipt coupons? Link your ExtraCare account online so you can keep track of your deals and take advantage of them before they expire (miles of wallet storage not required).
Other Stores With Big Savings
There are still plenty of deals to be had outside the grocery stores and pharmacies. From general shopping sites, to warehouse stores, bookstores, home improvement chains and even pet supplies—we’ve got all the details on where and how to save in these categories.
- Amazon: Amazon is a household name for most of us, and yet—a lot of people still don’t know about their coupons. Check out their coupon page and start clipping.
- Walmart: Even better better prices. Check out the online deals across all departments using this link.
- Target: Ah, Target. Everyone’s favorite place to spend $100 when you meant to spend $20. Well, these coupons might pull that total down at least a little bit.
- Costco: If you’re a member of this warehouse store, double up on your savings by keeping up with their current deals.
- BJ’s: Print free coupons before your next trip.
- Old Navy’s coupon codes are listed on their site, so you don’t have to guess what savings are being offered.
- Dollar General: Despite the already incredibly-affordable prices, this store also offers some pretty great coupons to help you save even more.
- Best Buy’s weekly ad could save you hundreds of dollars if you’re on the market for new tech gear.
- Bed, Bath and Beyond is famous for their coupons — and 10% is significant savings when you’re talking about expensive home accessories.
- Barnes & Noble: If you love to read, you’re going to want to regularly check on the deals happening here.
- Bookshop.org: Support local bookstores and still get a great deal on the books you want to read (even the brand new ones). This site also offers exclusive deals and savings for its customers.
- Book Outlet: This site offers 50% off list prices on brand-new books. No coupon clipping needed.
- Toys “R” Us: Keep the kids happy — and your wallet, too. Toys “R” Us offers great coupons on the toys kids want.
- J. C. Penney puts all their coupons and offers in the same place so you don’t have to do the guesswork.
- Kohl’s lists sale items and events all in the same part of their website. Don’t forget to redeem your Kohl’s cash!
- Home Depot: Sign up for a free membership and gain instant access to all the best deals online and in stores.
- Ace Hardware: This nation-wide hardware store offers a lot, and we mean A LOT of coupons. Make a free account and start getting deals sent directly to your snail-mailbox, or track them in the store’s app.
- Michael’s: Get the best deals on your arts and crafts supplies. Print out these coupons, or use the promo codes to shop online.
- Hobby Lobby: There’s always great deals on hobby-ist supplies at this store. Check out their weekly ad ahead of your next trip to the store.
- Chewy: This online pet store is constantly offering coupons on everything from toys and treats to special food and medications. Create an account, and consider setting up an Autoship order on things your pets need regularly. You’ll get 35% off your first order, and save 5% every time thereafter.
- Petco: If you live near a Petco, consider creating an account to take full advantage of all the coupons being offered by this store.
- Petsmart: Keep tabs on the special offers available to keep pet-related expenses down. That way, you can spend the extra cash on embarrassing dog sweaters.
When you’re looking to score the best possible deal on a specific item (rather than at a certain store), you’ll likely want to check out one of these saving sites.
- Groupon: OK, you probably already know about Groupon. But if you don’t, you should check it out. You can get amazing deals on everything from yoga pants to the classes themselves — even fully loaded vacations. They’ve got a mobile app, too.
- Valpak offers local coupons and coupon codes. Whether you’re shopping for groceries or trying to do your taxes, you can probably find a deal here.
- Slickdeals conglomerates featured deals in all different categories, so you can find the best price for whatever you’re shopping for.
- TechBargains pulls together all the great tech deals going on across the internet, so you can make a well-informed decision on your next big purchase.
- DealsPlus links you to individual stores having a sale, but the homepage allows you to see all the featured deals and prices in one place.
- DealCatcher keeps you apprised of the best deals online, and highlights the best deal of the day as well as the most popular bargain items they’ve found.
- Offers.com shows you sweet deals on everything from batteries to boots.
- CouponFollow: This site aggregates coupons and promo codes to save on everything from online subscriptions to in-store purchases.
- RetailMeNot: A coupon site that offers store-specific promo codes and deals.
- Promo Codes is another great resource for online promo codes.
- PromoPro: Save on jewelry, gemstones and watches by scanning these online promo codes.
Cash-Back Apps & Shopping Portals
You already know why a rebate is awesome, so we’ll let that speak for itself.
But are you familiar with shopping portals? These websites give you cash back on the purchases you make through their portal.
If you’re shopping online, there’s really no reason not to shop through a cash back portal — you’ll make back a percentage of whatever you spend, and even if it’s a small percentage, it’s still money in your pocket.
If you’re not sure whether or not the vendor you’re purchasing from has a cash-back portal option (hint: it probably does), you can check at Cashbackholic.
- Ibotta has become one of the internet’s favorite shopping tools, offering up to 30% cash back when shopping at select stores.
- Coupon Cabin gets you up to 5x cash back on your purchases and coupons.
- Checkout 51 helps you get cash back on gas and groceries. Download its app or browser extension to get started.
- Good Search donates a percentage of your purchase price to charity when you shop through their online portal. You can also use them to search for charitable organizations accepting donations.
- Upromise is a cash-back portal that operates specifically with the goal of helping families save for college.
- Be Frugal is a free cash-back portal that also lists coupons and deals.
- Rakuten is one of the best, highest-paying cash-back portals on the web.
- Checkmate: This is a newer company that’s quickly started to dominate the online savings game. It works by scanning your inbox for coupons, plus searching the internet at large for the best deals— and then applying all of those savings to your cart at checkout. Download the app to start saving on your purchases.
- Fetch: Earn in-app points by taking photos of your receipts, then redeem those points for gift cards.
- Karma: Save on all your purchases by shopping with this coupon-sourcing online portal that’s available as an app or browser extension.
- Upside: Get cash back on all your travel and food expenses by downloading this app.
- Key Ring keeps all your digital loyalty cards in one place, so your actual key ring doesn’t get unwieldy in the name of thrift. Available for both iOS and Android.
- Flipp shows you all the flyers for the vendors in your area, so you can flip through them before you head out shopping. Available for iOS or Android.
We hope this list helps you find new favorite ways to save. Happy clipping!
Larissa Runkle divides her time between a cabin in the San Juan Mountains and traveling in a converted van with her partner and pup. She writes for finance, real estate, and lifestyle publications, and is also at work on several fiction projects.