Simple Savings for ATL Moms: Coupon inserts and how to use them

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This is a guest post from Quida Davis at Simple Savings for ATL Moms which offers tips on shopping, saving and couponing. Check back for more of her tips.

You can find coupon inserts from many different sources, but the Atlanta Journal Constitution provides three of the most common coupon inserts. Take a look below at the descriptions for each one and be on the look out for them in your Sunday AJC newspaper:

Smart Source: SmartSource is one smart coupon insert. Now only will you find great coupons you can keep up with any new internet printable coupons by following them on Twitter. Sign up for their email alerts and print coupons here. There are combinations of food, beauty, health, pets, household, kids, and personal care coupons available.

Red Plum: Redplum is a great coupon insert. You will find a combination of food, beauty, health, pets and household items inside. Go here to find out more about the company and to print internet printable coupons. Be sure to request their mailer. Sometimes you will receive a coupon insert or Redplum mailer with loads of local restaurant coupons inside.

Procter & Gamble: P&G is an insert found in the AJC about once a month, usually at the end of the month. The coupons are good for only 30 days. When you see the coupon insert be sure to look at the coupons within. If you love beauty products, this would be a great insert for you to use. Visit PGEveryday to find out more and to print coupons! Want to receive their free Samples? Go here to sign up.

Quida can find a coupon for almost anything and she often surprises cashiers when she checks out. For more tips on saving and couponing, visit Quida at  Simple Savings for ATL Moms. Connect and interact with her on Twitter Facebook, and Instagram.

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