April 20

Grocery Coupons In Canada

Posted by on April 20, 2010 at 7:00 PM

There are a number of sites that offer free grocery coupons in Canada, for saving money on your shopping bills.

Here are some of the most popular grocery coupon sites (in alphabetical order):

Brandsaver.ca


Grocery Coupons In Canada

This is Procter & Gamble’s dedicated grocery coupon site. You can register and get excellent coupons from many famous P&G brands, such as Olay, Pampers, Gillette and more. P&G mail these coupons out to your home.

Couponclick.ca


Grocery Coupons In Canada

Couponclick is slightly different to the other sites on this list, in that you print these free grocery coupons yourself. But they do have excellent coupons for the well-known brand names, such as Colgate, Clorox, Palmolive and more.

Gocoupons.ca


Grocery Coupons In Canada

On Gocoupons, these coupons are mailed out to you, but they may vary depending on what province you live. You will see products you should recognize such as Yoplait and Royale. The selection on this coupon site doesn’t seem to be as big as some of the others on this list, but if they stock coupons for your favorite products, then you might as well take advantage of the discounts.

Save.ca


Grocery Coupons In Canada

Save.ca is a really popular coupon site, which mails you selected coupons. Loads of big brands have been seen on here, such as Sensodyne, Herbal Essences, Glade, Tampax and more.

Quite often, they even provide coupons that you can claim a completely free product from your local supermarket, such as the free Mars Bars recently.

A point to note about Save.ca though – only request coupons that you feel you will actually use. If you have ordered coupons and not redeemed them, you run the risk that they will cancel your account and not send you any more free grocery coupons.

Websaver.ca


Grocery Coupons In Canada

On Websaver.ca, you must choose a minimum of 6 free coupons, which they will then mail out to your home. You could see coupons from L’Oreal, Dr Scholl, Garnier and more.

Conclusion


Each of these sites is specifically Canadian, so you don’t have to worry about accidentally getting US coupons, then not being able to use them in-store.

If you practice the arcane art of stock-piling, these types of grocery coupons are invaluable in stocking up your kitchen shelves on a budget.

Remember, there is more to life than grocery coupons. If you check out the printable coupon category here on Bargainmoose, you can see that there are loads of free printable coupons for many more Canadian stores.

Do you know of any more dedicated grocery coupon sites which would be good to include on this list?

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11 Comments to “Grocery Coupons In Canada”

  1. joy says:

    Thanks Anna! There were 2 sites you listed that I hadn’t heard about!
    It pays to check these sites at least once a month. I always snag coupons for buy one get one free on items like dishwasher detergent. Many times the free items can be worth $7. One day I used 3 coupons and saved $20. I can’t be bothered to keep track of coupons for 50 cents but the big ones are worth it. Many times the different sites offer the same coupons so its a great time to stock up!

  2. Avigayil says:

    I do Save.ca and Brandsaver, the other ones just never have enough coupons. One you missed is onecoupon.ca. Save.ca has a really weird site, as i they have a ton of coupons, but not all are accessible from the link save.ca. Like try going to save.ca/livewellsavewell and you will find a whole bunch of different ones. So this site compiles all of them and links you to them.

    http://onecoupon.ca/coupons.php?cat=saveca

    ^ See there. I find this site invaluable.

    • Anna says:

      I don’t think I’ll add it to the list Avigayil, as it’s just an aggregator of the aforementioned sites, but it’s a great tip nonetheless – thanks!

    • Great Coupons says:

      I love the onecoupon.ca site. It makes it so easy to find all the save.ca coupons who seem to like to play hide-and-go-seek with them across the internet.

      onecoupon.ca is a fantastic tip Avigayil, thanks so much for sharing it!

    • Extreme_couponR says:

      Yes! Thanx Avigayil !!! You are right! Great tip!

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  4. Fay. H. says:

    Thank you for this post! Its so helpful and I’ve saved the links! ^_^

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  7. Lorraine says:

    Thank you so much for your wonderful Canadian website, I saved $97 on my grocery shop last week and another $43 this week on coupons I got from your site links. Thanks again and keep up the great work helping us save money.

  8. Ashley says:

    Hi all, Im very new to this coupon business. Im very poor at doing so. I really find my grocery bill quite high and we are trying to find ways of saving money, just like everyone else. What Im having a really hard time doing is finding grocery coupons for things that we need. I find alot of coupons that are very random. Like where are all the coupons for school lunches? and pastas? and how come I cant get more than one? so that I can get a few of the one item rather than use one coupon for one product? Ive been to all those sites and have them mail coupons to me. But I would love to print off grocery coupons online and be able to print off more than one coupon for the same product. any suggestions?

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