Top 10 Coupon Clipping Service Websites

coupon clipping Top 10 Coupon Clipping Service Websites

If you want to save money this shopping season and not only, your best bet is to use grocery coupons, and to go for the best deals of the moment. Coupon clipping services are the type of sites that list a number of printable coupons, already clipped and ready to ship to your address. Coupon clipping is a business for many Americans. If you don’t have time to do the coupon clippings yourself, there are services that can do it for you, helping you save time. Sure, these services come for a symbolic fee. The following 10 websites are the best and most popular in the business.

The Coupon Clippers – the brain child of Rachael Woodard – boast more than a million national-brand coupons, and over 2 million Grocery Coupons in stock, even restaurant coupons. Browse the directory and select the coupons you need. The company will mail them to you.

Ohio-based grocery coupon clipping service The Coupon Carry-Out does the same thing, with a few more advantages for their customers: a Customer Loyalty program in place, and free shipping for orders of $15.00 or more.

The Coupon Master (TCM) offer grocery coupons, gift certificates and restaurant coupons as well. The site may still have the same look and feel as when it launched in 2004, but it is still one of the most popular.

ClippityQ.com offers original manufacturer’s coupons from the Sunday inserts. Like the other services, the don’t sell coupons, but charge a handling fee. Minimum order amount is $2.00, and there is no shipping fee for first class mail.

Danielle’s Coupon Paradise features a rewards program as well, with 1 point for every dollar spent and after 20 points customers get $1.00 towards their order. There are no minimum orders, but handling and shipping fees apply. Other than that, a very user friendly site.

Manufacturers Coupons announced that will charge a flat $.05 fee per clipping next year. In the meanwhile, the fee is still $.08, and the price will raise to $.10 for brand new coupons only in the first week of January.

Rebecca’s Coupons and Forms started in the early 1990’s and gets the coupons from suppliers across the United States – which means that you can find deals for various cities, even some remote ones.

CouponDede started out as a small eBay store specializing in coupon clipping. The success inspired the owner to create a site dedicated to the business. Membership based, clipping fees vary from $.08 to $.20.

The Q Hunter is a coupon-clipping service that locates, acquires and prepare coupons. The site was founded in 2008 and offers a variety of manufacturer’s coupons in the Mid West. Minimum order is $1.00.

Last, but not least, CouponBeat (with the most attractive, professional, site design of all) is run by a WHAM – Crystal, mother of two. Crystal also offers coupon training classes to teach people how get and use coupon overage to drastically save money.

Comments

  1. says

    How do these sites compare to Groupon? One difference I saw is that some of these sites have loyalty / reward points programs. Groupon, on the other hand, from what I know of it is so popular that is doesn’t need a points program to keep people coming back.

    • Mihaela Butler says

      Joe, these are all about already printed coupons. The owners of the sites are actually taking the scissors to cut these coupons out of various sources, then they put them in an envelope and send them to your address. Groupon doesn’t mail printable coupons to your home – they only deliver online.

  2. says

    Very nice and informative post. I have gain a lot from this article.Really thanks for your time and your research.

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