Canada Coupons

Extra Foods Coupons ( Ongoing )
Weekly grocery coupons for canadians ... available at any extra foods grocery stores in canada .. over 6 pages of coupon savings .....

Go here for free mail in canadian coupons from manufacturers , you'll get some real nice grocery coupons for tide, mr clean , similac , febreeze ,swifter , betty crocker and so much more... You just pick your province or city ( quebec . toronto, niagra falls ...etc) and order your grocery coupons .

18 comments:

  1. Anonymous8:17 PM

    for good canadian coupons go to www.save.ca

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  2. Anonymous3:44 PM

    Readers' Digest had an article a while ago about the worth you give your time. The time I been spending trying to find some canadian coupons is not worth the $2.00 I would save at the till. I would pay $2.00 to get back the hours I just lost from time spent with the kids.

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  3. Anonymous4:52 PM

    Just a heads up for any of you who have a London Drug's Store, they will allow you to use coupons like the USA!!! It is amazing. Last week I bought $39.99 worth of Gillette products and I only paid $5.00. They let you use as many coupons as you have with different bar codes for the same item. So you can get tonnes of stuff for free or close to it. Its the only store that does it in Canada that I have found, but I now understand how people in the US say they saved so much money using coupons. Hope this helps some of you.

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  4. Anonymous8:39 PM

    As a mom of 6 I sure do love saving. But there are not any printable coupons online, I have spent so much time looking, and I feel it is time not spent well at all. Good Luck... Ontario has no coupns anywhere to be found, and most you do find require a lot of filling out, and a long mail wait :o( We sure could use a goo dcoupon ite tho ! Cheers

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  5. Anonymous6:55 AM

    and now when you print them after spending all that searching and then using up your printing ink..some stores refuse to take them..I live in the far north of Ontario and we pay alot more for stuff up here..some savings would go a long way..but I cannot find any decent coupons eighter..I do frequent some sites,but I really have to wait for the things to go on sale at the store before I buy with a coupon...I also have a forum about preparing for the future and most of them are Americans,I cannot believe the deals they can get with coupons,yup ours in Canada truly suck

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  6. Anonymous6:53 AM

    Does it not pay for manufactuers to give any canadians any good coupons to use? I to spend alot of time looking for coupons and their few and far between. Its really not fair when think about it. These companies want us to use their products but sure won't give any incentive.

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  7. Anonymous11:17 PM

    p & g coupons are awesome for canada!!

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  8. Anonymous9:55 PM

    canadians: p&g, websaver.ca, save.ca, Gocoupons.ca,redflagdeals.ca

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  9. Anonymous1:18 PM

    I do agree that it takes ALOT of time to find good canadian coupons. I agree with the above post that those are the best sites. I decided to spend a few hours digging a bit deeper. I went through my pantry and fridge one day and wrote down the items that are a staple in my home and them I went on the MFG website and emailed them, telling them I purchase your products very regularly, and would appreicate some coupons to offset my monthly grocery bill. Companies like Kraft, Kosher, Kotex, about 15 companies I emailed I received coupons for about 7 of them. They were great coupons too, not your usual $0.50/off. Happy digging and shopping.

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  10. Anonymous7:22 PM

    This is what I’ve found after a lot of research, hope this can help. Don’t trick yourself in thinking we are anywhere near the states. I’m from Quebec and some ``Canadian`` coupons don’t include Quebec!

    Smartcanucks.ca-save,ca-brandsaver.ca-websaver.ca-bogo.com-Grocerysavings.ca-smartflyer.ca-gocoupons.ca
    www.FreebiesCanada-redflagdeals.ca

    List of Manufacturer Call-In Coupons

    Johnson & Johnson:
    1-866-JNJ-BABY
    You can call and request 2 coupons on a monthly basis.
    · $1 J&J Baby, Penaten, etc.
    · $2 Reach, Listerine, Band-Aid, etc.
    · $2 Stayfree, Carefree, etc.
    · $2 Tylenol, Motrin, Immodium, etc.
    · $3 Aveeno, Clean & Clear, Neutrogena, etc.
    You can call and request the New Parent Pack once ($20 value).

    Kimberley-Clark:
    1-888-525-8388
    Offers a one-time gift of a variety of coupons.

    Colgate-Palmolive:
    1-800-268-6757

    Hain-Celestial:
    1-800-434-4246 (let them know you are in Canada).
    They will mail out a coupon that can be used for the purchase of any of their brands. (You can call every 6 months)

    Jane's Family Foods:
    1-800-56-JANES ext - 2237
    Janes Chicken Strips $2 (every 2 months)

    Chapman's Ice Cream:
    1-800-265-9110
    $5 coupon (once per year)

    Gardein (Meatless/Vegan Meals):
    Great for calling and getting coupons
    1-877-305-6777

    Glucerna
    1-800-361-7852
    Ask if they have coupons available. I called for an SC member, and received 2 x $5 off any Abbott Nutrition products (they make Glucerna).

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  11. Anonymous10:15 AM

    Hi There,
    I have found Canadian grocery coupons at the following sites:
    smartcanucks.ca
    save.ca
    brandsaver.ca
    flyerland.ca
    frugalshopper.ca
    couponcat.net
    groceryalerts.ca

    Cheers,
    Claire.

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  12. Anonymous7:06 PM

    I am originally from the states and was so shocked that the Sunday paper in Canada doesn't come loaded with coupons like it does in the states. I have used the P & G coupons and save.ca, but really the best way I found was to frequent the 3 grocery stores in town and get coupons they have on display beside products on shelves or in the freezer section. I load up if I see a good coupon and wait until it goes on sale. Sadly it just isn't in the retail culture here, there are no grocery store loyalty cards that offer discounts and definately no double coupon stores. The poor cashiers at Walmart hardly know what to do when I made them price match a product from a local flyer AND had a coupon for it, they had to call the front end manager because they weren't sure if they could take it. Of course they could. I also had an employee at a Giant Tiger ( small retail chain in Ontario) try to tell me I couldn't use a coupon because an item was on sale. I explained that yes I could and that was the point of me waiting to use it. I had never heard of such a thing. Like I said, if you can get the coupons in the store and hold onto them you are probably better off. Maybe one day it will be more recognized here. I have considered going over the border 1 1/2 hours away and grocery shopping there and just paying the taxes because it would still probably be cheaper, but now with gas....hmmm maybe not. Good luck!!

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  13. Anonymous8:43 AM

    I am a Canadian and I find it greatly time consuming trying to find DECENT coupons for the items that I do use just by surfing the web. Brand saver ,save.ca, websaver.ca and gocoupon.ca suck they limit you to one coupon then make you wait till you are "eligible" for another one. I understand that in the US they have more population and a greater number of grocery chains to choose from so they will get "better" deals. There are two grocery stores I am aware of that do have loyalty cards, Sobeys and Longo's. They are both full service grocery stores and are premium priced for all items so there really ends up being no savings to the consumer. As canadian's we need to band together to change the couponing laws in this country to help put more money back in OUR pockets not the retailers.

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  14. how about just some basic grocery coupons....Kraft dinner, Catelli spaghetti Sauce, beans, etc. Canada really sucks when it comes to coupons. I get really tired when I see people in the U.S. going to get $300.00 worth of groceries, and by the time they use all of their coupons, the pay less that $20.00. What's going on Canada?

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  15. Anonymous6:03 PM

    I live in Ontario and I get so frustrated when I see the US show extreme coupon. I would love to go to a store and walk out with carts full after paying peanuts for it. Unfortunately our system here stinks and there are not any websites etc that is worth the time or energy to look. I got happy when I had a $2.00 coupon for a 2.50 juice box. ha ha. We seriously need help. I may think about going across the border for groceries. Canada needs to have a better system for coupons. I guess that the person who moved to Canada from the US got a good wakeup call as to how our system works. We need help.

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  16. Anonymous12:11 PM

    Heading to the States in October, and thought I might be able to collect a few coupons for things like groceries, resturants, etc. Does anyone know if it's possible for Canadians to get American Coupons and where can I get them?

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  17. Anonymous11:34 PM

    You can get American coupons everywhere, including here. If you are asked to sign up (or register) first set up a 'coupon email' that you will use only for couponing. Then log that info on the sites that require it and put the zip code of where you are going in. The vast majority of sites will then just allow you to print off their coupons.

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  18. Anonymous8:34 PM

    can somebody help me find a good website for Canadian coupons because every single website I go on for coupons is for the united states does anybody have any recommendations?

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