Printable Coupon Sites: These sites allow you to print out grocery coupons to use wherever you shop for groceries. Top sites include: Coupons.com, SmartSource.com, CoolSavings.com, EverSave.com, RedPlum.com and Boodle.com.
Brand Web Sites: Frequent the web sites of your favorite brands where you can often find money-saving printable coupons right on the sites. A few of my favorites include: Colgate.com, Pillsbury.com, Aquafresh.com, Stonyfield.com (YoBaby yogurt) and Balmex.com.
Loadable Coupon Sites: The newest trend is grocery coupons that can be loaded right onto your store loyalty cards to be redeemed at check-out (no printing required!). Check out Shortcuts.com or store-specific sites like Kroger.com and GiantEagle.com to find coupons for great brands like Kraft, General Mills, Kimberly-Clark and Unilever.
Deal Forums: There are a variety of deal-discussion communities with special areas in which members share the latest coupons they’ve found for both grocery and retail stores. Ones to check out are: HotCouponWorld.com, AFullCup.com, Spoofee.com and SlickDeals.net.
Coupon Code Aggregators: Several online sites aggregate coupon codes that you can input when shopping online to receive free shipping or a percent-discount in most cases. My favorite sites to head to for promo codes are: Rather-Be-Shopping, RetailMeNot.com and CouponCabin.
Are there any other great spots I should be checking out for online coupons?