10 Best Coupon Websites for Canadians

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Shopping can be a very costly endeavor. And with the adverse effects of the Covid-19 pandemic biting hard, Canadians are seeking ways to save money. Coupons can provide a veritable opportunity to shave some money off your shopping budget.

When it comes to couponing, it seems like everyone knows about it, but no one quite knows where to find them. Many people find it hard to get their hands on coupons that can save you a significant sum. We all seem to have that one friend who just knows their way around couponing.

Plus we’ve all heard those stories about extreme couponers who get to save thousands of dollars annually just by using the right coupons. In some cases, many of these extreme couponers even end up being owed money by the stores – a situation termed “overage” in the couponing world. 

Where do these extreme couponers get their coupons? This is a question that many people keep asking, especially shoppers who wish to start shaving a few bucks off their shopping budget.

If you want to know where to get high-value coupons without having to leave the comfort of your home or digging through piles of old newspapers, you are reading just the right article.

10 Best Coupon Websites for Canadians

Here the some of the best Canadian coupon sites on the web.

1) Save.ca 

Save.ca is free and easy to navigate. Once you enter your postal code on the website, it will display all of the grocery coupons available for your area. Proceed to check-off the ones that you need and print them out. It also has an option available if you wish to have them mailed to your home.

2) Websaver.ca

Websaver provides you exclusive access to coupons for top brands, like SC Johnson, Kellogg’s, and Kraft. Scroll through, pick the ones you want, and Websaver.ca will mail them right to you.

However, there are also some printable coupons on this site. Look out for the print icon, and you can instantly get coupons you can use right away.

3) Smartsource.ca

SmartSource coupons are commonly found in newspapers. However, if you do need additional copies, head over to smartsource.ca. This website allows you to print two copies of any coupon that you can find.

4) Lifemadedelicious.ca

General Mills is a prominent foodstuff brand in Canada. Lifemadedelicious.ca presents you access to coupons for General mills products. Log on to the website and click on the “offers” tab at the page’s top right corner. All valid coupons and current promotions will pop up.

Furthermore, you can subscribe to their newsletter so you can be among the first to be notified when there is a new deal.

5) PGeveryday.ca

This website is affiliated with Procter & Gamble, one of the world’s largest packaged consumer goods producers. There are about 60 brands under the P&G umbrella.

PGeveryday allows you to tell Procter & Gamble which brand coupons you would like to receive. After choosing the coupons, they will be immediately shipped to you. You can also get access to free samples of products once per quarter, so be sure to look out for those as well.

However, it is essential to know that coupons and sample quantities are limited. So it can be quite hard to get your hands on one. Ensure you register on the website, and they’ll send you an email whenever there are new offers. To subscribe, turn on your notifications and act fast.

6) RightAtHome.ca

Affiliated to SC Johnson, Registering for the [email protected] program gives you exclusive access to receive coupons for various utility products like Windex, Glade and Ziploc. You get to print some of them, while others can be mailed to you.

7) Valpak.com

Visit Valpak.com and enter your current location. The website will pull up all the available coupons for your area. On Valpak, you can get a variety of high-value grocery coupons, restaurant coupons, service coupons, and lots more.

8) Gocoupons.ca

The Gocoupons site does not have a whole lot of coupons, but the few ones it does have are usually quite valuable. You should check out the website regularly to get your chance to request coupons. The coupons can give you access to products from Skotidakis Yogurt, Robax, and a few more brands.

9) RetailMeNot.com

RetailMeNot is like the Wikipedia of coupons. You can browse through different sections of products for valuable, valid coupons. Another cool feature of this website is that the results are sorted according to your location. Even when you have to travel outside of Canada, Retailmenot can still offer you some useful coupons.

10) FreesStuffFinder.ca

Similar to retail me not. FreeStuffFinder contains information about a lot of companies and stores that offer coupons to their customer. You can also print the coupons directly to proceed to the company website to request the coupons to be mailed to you. The site also provides information about ongoing promotions, sales, discounts, etc.  

Couponing Tips for Canadians

Below, we cover the places where extreme couponers get their coupons, including those high-value ones, and the methods they use to save thousands of dollars each year.

Learning how to extreme coupon in Canada can take quite some time. Becoming an extreme couponer goes beyond just building a large stockpile overnight. It takes time to learn how to shop smart and use coupons in large quantities. 

Here are a few tips to guide you on your couponing journey. 

1) Find Coupons. If you want to get serious about couponing, the first step you need to take is to find coupons- a lot of them. There are many ways to do this: newspaper inserts, tear pads, online coupons, printable coupons, coupon trading, among other sources.

2) Look out for high-value coupons. While there is a lot of benefit in having a large number of coupons, the real cost savings lies in the high-value coupons.

3) Combine coupons. One distinct skill of extreme couponers is that they often find ways to combine coupons effectively to maximize their savings. They collect coupons from a wide range of sources and apply coupon-matching strategies to get additional value out of different coupons in their possession.

4) Organize Your Coupons. Once you are able to find a bunch of coupons, the next step is for you to organize them in an orderly manner. This will help your sort through them whenever you need to use them. When you get new ones, try to organize them right away. They start to pile up very fast! Also, endeavor to go through your coupons at least once every month. 

This will help you take note of expiring ones. So, you can find a way to use them ASAP or give them out before expiry.

5) Check Your Flyers: Every week, stores issue new flyers. Ensure to check them for any deals that look good for your budget. Then proceed to look through your coupon pile to see if you have anyone that matches the new deals.

6) Join Couponing communities. Couponing communities are great! They always have the best tips and insider information on where to find the best coupons. You can join Frugal Living or Personal Finance Canada communities on Reddit.

Final Word

Shopping is a fun activity. Like almost everything fun, it can get addicting. Stay disciplined. Remember the cardinal rule of responsible shopping; always shop with a list and never buy anything that is not on it – even if you have a matching coupon that knocks off a few dollars.

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