How to use this page:
1) Create your grocery list with everything you plan to buy.
2) Search for coupons by item by using this database. For example, where it says “Start typing to find a coupon” you could type in “Pizza” or “Toilet Paper” or even a specific brand like “Freschetta.”
3) A list of available coupons for that item will appear. Coupons that are available from sites like Ibotta.com and Target.com will be listed with the link to those sites.
You’ll see some abbreviations like “01/14 S” or “09/16 R1.” These are the coupon inserts you’ll find in the Sunday paper.
For example, “09/16 R1” means Red Plum coupon insert #1 (so there are more than one) from your local September 16th newspaper.
Here are the four main inserts you’ll find in your local paper:
S = Smart Source insert
R = Red Plum insert
P & G = Proctor & Gamble insert
GM = General Mills insert
Note that usually you can combine manufacturer’s coupons and store coupons!
You can specify your local paper by clicking “Update” next to “Newspaper.”
If you just want to browse through and print grocery coupons, check out my Printable Grocery Coupons page!
For more information about how to use coupons, see my “Grocery Savings & Couponing Guide for the Twin Cities.”
(Disclosure: This database uses affiliate links that help support this site at no cost to you. All information is subject to change. )