The top five coupon blogs


Woo hoo! Coupons! Why pay full price for something when you know somewhere out there on the Internet “there’s a coupon for that.” Problem is that while there are a lot of sites promoting and collecting coupons for all sorts of things, there isn’t any thought to presentation or design.

So to help you out, Easy Financial Tips has a few of the better organized sites for you.

First off is “Krazy Coupon Lady” at If your’re new to couponing, this megasite is for you. It’s clean design, puts the most current and relevant blog entries out there for you to take advantage of right away. But that’s not all, you can also sign up for a free email notification service for coupons printable from your computer. The site also includes a section for beginning coupon clippers.

Fabulessly Frugal“ at  may not look like much at first glance, but with this site, the fun is all in the menu bar. With items like “Printable Coupons,” “Newspaper Deals” and “Web Deals,” this site is one of the easiest to navigate, and stocked with some pretty powerful features that make coupon hunting a breeze. It even has a recipe section.

Coupon Geek“, at is another deceptively-simple site, with its large list of categories on the left side, and it’s “most popular stores” function on the right. Although other sites have the same thing, they have a pretty good search engine too, which helps cut through the clutter of finding what you want, merely by entering a store or a brand.

Yes, guys, there’s even a cool coupon blog just for you… called “Coupon Dad” at What’s cool about this site is its interface, where the categories aren’t only prominently labeled but also include images you’d normally associate with that category (an image of shirts for “clothing” a dog for “pet supplies”, etc.)

Another great coupon blog is “Hip 2 Save” at Hip 2 Save’s cool feature is it’s “Daily Dose”, where they give you a round up of the most significant deals of the day and week. They are also categorized, by coupon, in-store deal, online deal, etc. A very powerful tool for the consummate bargain hunter.


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