If you’re looking for higher value printable coupons, Coupons.com is now offering a premier coupon service. The Coupons.com Savings Club gives you access to higher value coupons not available to the public and gives you first dibs on printing certain coupons.
The Savings Club is normally $3 per month, but you can get a FREE 30-day trial subscription for a limited time through this link. Once your 30 days are up, your debit/credit card will be charged $3 per month to continue to have access to these coupons (or pay $30 a year if you pay up front). You may cancel your membership at any time before your trial period is up to avoid charges.
If you’re in the gift-giving mood, you can also gift a membership to a friend or family member. Use the code save50 at checkout to save 50% — a one year membership will be just $15 ($1.25 per month!). This code is valid through June 30.
So, this brings up the inevitable question: Should you pay for printable coupons? Well, most of us pay for Sunday insert coupons by purchasing a Sunday paper. I suppose paying for the Savings Club is similar. I do think it’s worth trying out the club for the 30 day trial period to see if it’s worth it.
I strongly suggest you mark your calendar or schedule a text message a few days before your free trial is up so you have a chance to cancel your membership if you don’t want to continue.
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