I am beyond excited, thrilled, and downright ecstatic to unveil a brand new feature on Mindfully Frugal Mom: The Coupon Database.
Since the idea for this blog was conceived, I knew at some point I wanted to incorporate the Coupon Database into my site. First of all, it makes creating my Wegmans and BJ’s match-ups a breeze! I can see what’s on sale, and easily find out if there are any coupons to pair with the sale price.
Where can I find the Coupon Database?
The Coupon Database is located in the menu bar at the top of the page, right under the “Printable Coupons” heading. You can also find it easily by clicking the violet button that says “Coupon Database” on the right sidebar.
How do I use it?
It is so simple! All you do is type in the name of the product or coupon you’re looking for; here I searched for the awesome Muir Glen Organic canned tomatos coupon. The results screen will tell you what product the coupon is for, how much it is worth, when it expires, and where to find it.
So I just search by product?
You can search by product, but click “advanced search” and you will get a host of options, allowing you to search by source ( like All You magazine), type of coupon (printable, eCoupon, or newspaper insert), and even brand or store.
Is this just for grocery items?
Not at all! You can also search by store or product, and you’ll find all available discounts from stores like Gymboree, Target, and Buy Buy Baby.
Go ahead, give the coupon database a whirl! I’d love to hear what you think!This post may contain affiliate links, which help support this site.