Coupon Database Tutorial

I added the coupon database to the site a few days ago. The coupon database was created and is maintained by Deal Seeking Mom. It is a wonderful resource for me and for all of you! The coupon database can be used to search for available coupons or find out where a coupon came from. Coupons are listed from newspaper inserts, magazines, home mailers and internet printables. While the database is updated on a routine basis, remember that printable coupons can change very quickly. On occasion you may run across a printable coupon listed in the database that has reached it’s print limit.

The database is listed under the Saving tab on the top right of the Madame Deals navigation bar.

When you land on the coupon database page, you will first see a listing of available printable coupon sites. These are listed for your reference. As you scroll down the page, you will find the database.

Simply enter the product, brand name or category and click search. The available coupons for that item will show up. If you search “pillsbury” there will be about three pages of coupons listed. The narrower the search term, the quicker you can find the coupon you are searching for. If there is a hyperlink, click the link to print the coupon. There are some links that will lead you to coupon book sign-ups or rebate information.

If you want to get a little more advanced, click the advanced search link at the top of the coupon database. You will now see the following:

The advanced screen allows you to search by brand, type, category, source, store or expiration. If you want to see what coupons are in a certain insert, click on the source, find the insert and click search. Only the coupons that are still valid will be displayed. If you do not cut out your coupons, looking up an insert will tell you if the coupons in a particular insert are still good.

We hope you enjoy this new resource!

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