These are some of the resources that feature deals for the Green Bay area, as well as printable and manufacturer coupon sources, online coupon codes and more.

Coupon sources:
Mambo Sprouts (organic and natural coupons)
Red Plum
Smart Source
Coupon Network by Catalina
General Mills (Betty Crocker, Pillsbury, Cheerios, you name it!)
Box Tops for Education Those same General Mills coupons found on the above sites are often available with higher denominations on Box Tops (must register to access coupons)

Printable Coupons and Deals  This site sends out alerts when there are new printable coupons released in cyberspace, Facebook coupons, on manufacturer websites, you name it. I never rely upon blogs that continually post coupons throughout the day because most are getting their information from this site!

All You Magazine-only available at WalMart or through subscription, this money-saving magazine is usually chock full of coupons, anywhere from $45 – $100 worth every issue!

Kraft First Taste: High Value coupons, usually for new products Kraft has launched, like Philadelphia Cooking Creme, Jet Puff Stacker Marshmallows, and more.
Pssst... General Mills-run consumer product website that gives you free samples and coupons to print, share with friends, and more.
VocalPoint: Procter & Gamble consumer-product related site. Occasionally receive samples and coupons in the mail

Slick Deals (if there’s a printable coupon from a manufacturer that isn’t on the above lists, this discussion board will probably have it.

Local Daily Deals and Voucher sites:
Entertainment Book Get the best deal on the Appleton/Green Bay entertainment book here, or any city for that matter!
Deal Chicken Green Bay: daily deal site run by Green Bay Press Gazette’s parent company, Gannett.
Deal Chicken Appleton: daily deal site run by Appleton Post Crescent’s parent company, Gannett.
Groupon Green Bay or Fox Cities
Half Price Perks: Sponsored by Avenue 91.1, non-profit radio station
Door County Shopping Show: Get great deals on Door County and Northern Brown County businesses.
Woodward Radio Group Big Deals

Regional sites:
Milwaukee Consumer

Creative Couponing (Copps/Pick ‘n Save round-up–Minnesota-based)
Pocket Your Dollars (Minnesota-based)
Rose Knows Coupons (Wisconsin-based)

National Daily Deal Sites:
Mamasource by Mamapedia

Online Earning programs Earn cash back with purchases at several area stores through your loyalty cards. Stores participating include Festival Foods (you will need to request a Upromise loyalty card at their customer service desk), Walgreens, Piggly Wiggly and Copps.
UPromise Instead of earning cash back like SavingStar, you can earn money to go to higher education. Same participants as above.
My Points: Read emails, shop, play games and more to earn rewards like Amazon, CVS or Target gift cards.  I’ve been a member for 11 years!
Swagbucks: Searching the web, playing games, watch videos and answer polls and surveys to rack up easy points for things like Amazon or Pay Pal credit.  This one is so easy, it’s ridiculous!
RecycleBank: Offers redeemable rewards like high-value coupons just for recycling and other good behavior.
BzzAgent:  My FAVORITE consumer-product testing site.  Bzz is a word-of-mouth marketing company.  I’ve gotten so many free products over the past 7 years I’ve been a member, I can’t list them all.  But here are a few I’ve recently gotten:

Smiley 360: Consumer test-product company that sends you product, called “missions” and you have to provide feedback.  I’ve gotten Children’s Dye-free Advil, Pam Cooking Spay and a Neti Pot for FREE in just a few short months with the program
House Party It’s one of the consumer product testing sites that I signed up for many moons ago. You might be interested because you can get free products, coupons and lots of neat promotional items when you are picked to host a House Party.  Some of my parties:

National Deal Sites:
Common Sense With Money (originally from Plymouth, Wisconsin, now based out of New England)
Hip to Save
Money Saving Mom

Store-Specific Sites:
I Heart CVS
Totally Target
Grocery Shop for Free at The Mart Wal-Mart
Wild for Wags: Walgreens

Online coupon Codes:
Coupon Cabin
Deal Hunting
Coupon Shack
Deal Catcher

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6 Comments on Resources

  1. Erin Hoffman on Wed, 1st Feb 2012 2:03 pm
  2. Hi Jennifer!

    First of all, WOW! As a coupon clipping Mom myself I am bummed that I have just now found out about this site. You can some awesome stuff on here and it is all so well organized.

    Thanks for your time Jennifer and again KUDOS on this great site!

  3. Barbara Young on Tue, 4th Sep 2012 8:21 pm
  4. I have oodles of expired coupons, I heard that anyone in the military can use expired manufactured coupons. Would Love to give them away for there use, but would like to drop them off somewhere locally. If I’d have to mail them it would cost me alot of money. thanks Barbara Young

  5. Veronica Butler on Wed, 5th Sep 2012 1:44 pm
  6. Barbara…only members that are stationed overseas can used the expired coupons…and they can use them up to 6 months past expiration. There is a Facebook group that helps send them out….or you can send an email to They can tell you were to send them and possible adopt a family to send them directly to the person :)

  7. Veronica Butler on Wed, 5th Sep 2012 1:47 pm
  8. Otherwise if you want I can meet you somewhere and jut ad then to my monthly package. I have a few others that drop off their expired ones as I sen them to an Air Force base in Germany to be divided up.

  9. Patti on Sun, 10th Mar 2013 5:10 pm
  10. I wish I could get an answer about if coupons can be printed in greyscale so I’m not wasting color ink; I printed once but haven’t since until I get an answer (I don’t know how to just do it when the computer doesn’t display the option to print in black and white when going to print the coupons). Can’t use the site if I have to spend money to buy color cartridges!

  11. The Bargain Sleuth on Mon, 11th Mar 2013 2:31 pm
  12. You can try and print in grayscale but they may not scan at the register. Some stores are starting to refuse coupons if they won’t scan on the register and won’t use the scanning gun. As for how to print in black and white, consult your printer owner’s manual to see how to bring the option up. I wouldn’t know where to begin to tell you to look since every computer and printer setup is different.

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