CouponsLink.com has expanded their web site to offer free printable grocery coupons from all major grocery coupon providers. Users can now print free grocery coupons at home, to redeem at their local supermarket.
CouponsLink.com, featuring free grocery coupons users can print at home.
Online PR News – 20-March-2014 – Oakland, California – CouponsLink.com today is proud to announce an expansion of their web site, which now offers free printable grocery coupons from home. Users can now visit CouponsLink.com (http://www.couponslink.com) to browse and print from hundreds of free manufacturers coupons on popular name-brand grocery items.
“Saving at the supermarket has never been easier,” said Sarah Morrissey, founder of CouponsLink.com. “We look forward to expanding our site with even more free grocery coupons and supermarket offers, to hopefully save families money at the checkout stand.”
CouponsLink.com collects and presents free grocery coupons from all major grocery coupon providers such as Coupons.com, Hopster.com, Amazon.com, SmartSource.com, and more, to collectively offer the best free grocery coupons in one single web site. “Our goal is to give users the most grocery coupons available in one place, with supermarket coupons they can quickly and easily print at home for free,” said Morrissey.
According to data from 2011, grocery shoppers who used coupons saved an average of $30-50 dollars a week on groceries, or $1,560-$2,600/year. In 2012, 79.8% of consumers regularly shopped with coupons, resulting in 2.9 billion coupons being redeemed, or a total savings to consumers of $800 million dollars. With food prices rising at a rate higher than household incomes, online printable grocery coupons are a viable option for families that want to save money, but do not have the time to search through newspapers and mailers for coupons. Sites like CouponsLink.com offer a convenient way to quickly browse available grocery coupons, and print them at home. These printable coupons have bar codes for quick scanning at the checkout aisle to make redemption even easier.
Over the past several months, CouponsLink.com has updated both their web site design and coupon offers to make printing grocery coupons as easy as possible for home users. Morrissey states, “Extreme couponing may not be ideal for some, but a considerable amount of money can be saved by everyone from printing grocery coupons at home. Whether someone is looking for free Walmart coupons, free Target coupons, or just name-brand grocery coupons to use at their local supermarket, CouponsLink.com has them all in one convenient place.”
CouponsLink.com (http://www.couponslink.com) is an online web site specializing in free printable grocery coupons for home users. Headquartered in Oakland, California, CouponsLink.com saves families money on their grocery bill by offering hundreds of free grocery coupons users can print at home and redeem at the local supermarket. For more information, please visit www.CouponsLink.com.
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