10 Types of Coupons!

10 Types of coupons

Peelies

Peelies are coupons that are provided to the store by the manufacturers to place on specific brand items that qualify for that discount. You may use these coupons on the item at the checkout, or you may save them and use them later. You may use this coupon on any item that meets the qualifications specified on the coupon. (Beginner couponing tip- Make sure to look for any exclusions. If the coupon excludes an item that means you may not use that coupon on that item.) Peelies are normally manufacturer’s coupons and can be stacked with store coupons and loyalty program discounts. You can also combine these with reward apps like Fetch, Ibotta, and Checkout 51.

Hang Tags

Hang tags are coupons that hang from a specific product, to be used on that product or saved to be used later for any product that the coupon specifies. Most times these are manufacturer’s coupons provided to the stores. Hang tags normally, can be stacked with store coupons and loyalty program discounts. You can also combine these with reward apps like Fetch, Ibotta, and Checkout 51.

Blinkies

These coupons you might typically find in the aisle of the store. They are in little machines with light that blink or flash on and off. The machine dispenses one coupon at a time. Blinkies are normally manufacturer’s coupons and can be stacked with store coupons and loyalty program discounts. You can also combine these with reward apps like Fetch, Ibotta, and Checkout 51.

Store coupons

Store coupons are coupons provided by the store to use on a specific item or multiple items. These coupons can be stacked with manufacturer’s coupons and other in-store deals unless otherwise stated on the coupon or store policy. Expect to use one store coupon per item just like manufacturer’s coupons. Most of the time, store coupons are a percent off or a certain dollar amount off. Like $5.00 off of $15.00 or 20% off your total purchase. You can stack store coupons with manufacturer’s coupons. They come in digital form located in each store’s digital app or, can also in paper form, inside the store’s circular or ads. Some store has store coupon booklets located in the store. Store coupons can even be found at the bottom of your receipt after you have made a purchase.

 Digital coupons

Each store usually has an app that you may download or a website where you can create a personal account and clip digital coupons too. You can redeem these coupons by entering your phone number linked to the account at check out. There are 2 types of digital coupons, store and manufacturer’s digital coupons. You may use these just like you use your regular paper coupons. Beginner tip, clip your coupons earlier in the week – do not wait until you get to the store. Sometimes digital coupons disappear after a certain date even before they expire so always clip the digital coupons early so you do not lose access to those discounts.

Catalinas

These coupons are printed from a machine, located near the cash register. These coupons are triggered by a specific purchase. Once you have purchased the qualifying items, to get this coupon the Catalina machine prints the coupon. These coupons are typically provided by the manufacturers and managed by the Catalina company.

Internet Printables

Internet printables are coupons that you can print from various websites all over the Internet. You are typically able to print two coupons per device. Each coupon has a specific identifying bar code that changes every time you print. Do not duplicate or copy these coupons. Places that you can print free coupons from are

www.coupons.com

www.lozo.com

www.valpak.com

www.grocerycouponnetwork.com

www.smartsource.com

most manufacturers product sites for example like www.colgate.com

Tear pads

Just like they sound, these coupons are coupons that you tear away from a stack of other coupons or pad. You can find these placed throughout your store. You can use these on the product that day or use them anywhere at a later date to optimize the highest discounts or best deal. Unless otherwise stated on the coupon or store policy.

Rebate Coupons

These types of coupons you get after making a required purchase or dollar amount to qualify for the coupon. You sometimes mail in the rebate offer for cashback or further coupons for free items or gift cards are sent back. Sometimes these come in the form of cash off your next purchase, in the form of a Catalina. There are also rebate offer apps such as Check out 51, Many Miles, Fetch Rewards, Ibotta, Coin Out.

Cash Register Tape Coupons              

These coupons are coupons that print at the bottom of your receipt. They are typically store coupons. For example, Dollar General has a$5.00 off $25.00 coupon that prints after you make a purchase. CVS has many coupons that print after you create a loyalty account. These coupons print every time you make a purchase. Cash Register Tape, or in coupon lingo terms CRT.

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