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Printing "Money" at Home

Printing couons at home is like printing out cash

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    You don't have to clip coupons to cut costs this holiday season.

    Not everyone likes to shop online, myself included.  I need to physically try it on, try it out before I buy. 

    But, shopping old-school means I miss out on some of the best deals and sales, which are only offered online.  I also miss the bus on some great doorbusters, because I have not used my "coupon drawer" in ages.  I'm not a coupon clipper.

    But, help is here!

    You don't have to clip coupons to cut costs this holiday season.  You can still shop in-stores and cash in on savings by simply printing out coupons, stashing them in an envelope, and taking them with you.

    So, here are some helpful web sites you should surf before cruising on over to the malls:

    Wow-Coupons.com: Wow-Coupons lists available deals by store.  One listed promotion is for Bath & Body Works.  If you spend $10, you get a free item worth $13 or less.  Or, for a sweet-scented candle, visit Yankee Candle and save $10 on a $30 purchase.

    CouponCabin.com: On Coupon Cabin, you can sort your coupons by "printable" only, which is a big help.  On this site, print a coupon for Bebe and save $20 on a $125 purchase.  Old Navy is also offering $10 off a $50 purchase.

    FlamingoWorld.com: Flamingo World will open you up to a world of savings.  Some offers you'll find are coupons for Banana Republic ($25 off a $100 purchase), Express (15% off your entire purchase), and Things Remembered (up to $25 off your purchase).

    eCoupons.com: Have your coupons e-mailed to you through eCoupons.com.  Savings are delivered straight to your inbox.  Just search the site for doorbusters, like 40% off selected toys at Kohl's, and click "Email coupon."  It's that simple.