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By Jessica Reinhart
Coupons are a sure fire way to cut back on your grocery bill, and the convenience of online printable coupons makes it easier than ever to search for your family’s favorite staples with the click of a button. Although it may sound too good to be true, (like those found on RedPlum.com) are a great way to save in just about every category you shop in – from canned goods to health and beauty products. We’re here to answer some frequently asked questions about printed Internet grocery coupons so you can save big bucks on your next trip to the store.
I've Heard Some Grocers Don't Accept Printable Coupons. True?
In years past some grocers were leery about accepting online coupons, due to a few bad eggs who decided to create fraudulent coupons. Thanks to the progression of modern technology those days have passed. RedPlum's coupons, for instance, now have security measures in place that prevent fraud. Meaning you get the coupon you want, and the manufacturers and retailers get the safeguards they need. (Told you we were smart.) Coupon issuers are also able to let users print multiple copies of their coupons, most often two, so if you love the brand or product you're able to grab a couple of the coupons.