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Coupons for free can save families on low incomes a lot of money. They can be printed and sent to you by mail, or downloaded directly onto your phone. They can be used to pay for home repairs and maintenance, oil changes and other work.

Finding and using free coupons is easy. Numerous apps and websites offer coupons. Some of them let you scan receipts with a camera and redeem your savings in grocery stores. (Ibotta for instance.) Other sites will offer cash back when you purchase a certain product or service from a particular company or online retailer. Cashback websites like Checkout51, Honey and Gasbuddy are among them.

Many food and beverage manufacturers offer coupons for free on their websites, or directly on the packaging of their food and products. Look for peelies on cereal boxes, for example, or find them tucked in the art and craft supplies at Michael’s or Hobby Lobby.

Coupons are an excellent way for retailers to attract new customers and establish loyalty, especially during tough economic times. Most consumers expect to receive coupons along with a particular product or message, and they are more likely to select a retailer that is well-known for providing them. This is why, in an effort to stay competitive and keep their customers happy, more and more stores are embracing the coupon.