E-mailing for Coupons

by Laura on September 30, 2009

Some of my readers have asked that I try to find coupons in places other than the internet, because often times people don’t have printers at home, or the cost of the ink used on the coupon outweighs the benefits of the actual coupon itself.

My suggestion has always been to drop e-mails to the companies whose products you love. You would be surprised how often they will send you coupons in the mail (some even for free stuff) to thank you for your comment!

Nicole’s Nickels has put together a great list of companies she has e-mailed who have sent her coupons (she even provided links directly to their contact information).

Couponing to Disney e-mails 5 companies every day of the week and puts the link on her website.

So I decided I want to try the same experiment. One reader requested for me a while ago to see if I could locate coupons for two companies that rarely put them in the paper- Bolthouse and MorningStar Farms. So I have e-mailed both and will let you know if I hear back from them!

If you have any specific ones you want me to try, let me know by leaving a comment or dropping me an e-mail at afrugalchick@aol.com!

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