Sunday, November 4, 2012

Thanksgiving Printable Coupons

Who else stuffs their face on Thanksgiving? I know I probably eat 4-7 plates on Thanksgiving Day, and that does not include my Grandma's Chocolate Lava Pie. (Is it Thanksgiving yet? I'm hungry...) 

This year, I am planning on having a big dinner on a little dollar. On top of newspaper coupons, many stores (including Publix and Wal-Mart) will let you use printed coupons also. A savings anyone could be thankful for! I've done a little digging to bring you some of the best printable coupons on the web. Feel free to save me baked goods as a thank you.

What you'll find:
  • Campbell's Soup $.40 off of 3
  • Pillsbury Crescent Dinner Rolls $.40 off of 3
  • Betty Crocker Cookie Mix $.50 off of 1
  • Kraft Stove Top Stuffing Mix $1 off of 2
  • Kraft Cheese Chunks $1 off of 2
  • Betty Crocker Potatoes $.50 off of 2
  • Bob Evans Refrigerated Side Dish $.55 off of 1
  • Pillsbury Refrigerated Cookie Dough $1 off of 2
  • Bakers Chocolate $.50 off of 1

Whoa, whoa, whoa- hold up crazy lady, you've never really mentioned printable coupons before, wtf?!

One, calm down. 

Two, there are many printable coupon databases. They do not provide as many different types of coupons as in newspaper. You do get to avoid the rude looks from the gas station lady, but you are limited to 2 prints of each coupon per computer. Also, there is a print limit nation wide. The company allows X number of prints per coupon and once that print limit is reached, you are no longer able to print that coupon. 

Typically, printable coupons are worth more than newspaper ones, as companies do account for money spent on paper and ink. Be cautious of what sites you use though, coupon fraud is actually a real thing, no matter how lame it may sound. Stick with sites like or sites sponsored by Red Plum, Smart Source, or P&G so you know you are printing a real coupon and not something that was created on Photoshop.

Be sure that the barcode of the coupon is not altered, punctured, or otherwise damaged as it may affect its ability to be scanned at the register. And please, don't be rude- never ever make copies of your coupons. It is actually illegal and you will actually get arrested and it will actually suck. 

I'll keep you updated on any other goodies I find for Thanksgiving, and of course, I'll do my best to update you on any Black Friday steals. =]]


  1. Thanks for the heads up. I can definitely use some savings on a college student's budget. I also know that is really good with printable coupons. And please keep the updates coming!

    1. She is one of the main gurus I follow. She is very active and is always keeping her blogs and site updated with the new stuff. She also has a LOT of help! lol.

      Keep an eye out for more printables, I'm starting to love them now that I have a printer.

  2. I am definitely one of those people that have four and five plates on Thanksgiving Day. Luckily my hometown is close enough to where I get to go home for dinner without having to spend a dime on dinner, times four! I am, however going to share with my mom these coupon ideas because I know for sure she's going to be purchasing some of the things you mentioned.

    1. Make Momma proud! I'm sure she would be thrilled to know she raised a smart, budget conscious lady. I'll keep an eye out for anything else that will make you look like an A- plus daughter for the Thanksgiving Week!