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Print a Coupon from AFC’s Coupon Database
The Coupon Database provides links to printable coupons available through manufacturer websites, Facebook pages, Bricks links, Coupons.com, SmartSource.com, RedPlum.com, and any other legitimate internet printable coupon source.
The Coupon Database can be found HERE: Grocery Coupons- A Full Cup - Coupons or you can find it by going to “Coupons” in the blue navigation bar, scrolling down to Coupon Database, and clicking it.
To locate only printable cou you can choose "Printable Coupons."
Or at the coupon database change the “Coupon Type” to "Printable" and click submit.
To find a coupon that interests you use the search tools. Type a keyword into the description then hit submit to find what you are looking for. You can also use the filters to find coupons for certain stores or within categories.
To Print: First click on the coupon in the list. You will see a new window. Click on the coupon in that window and you will be taken to the printable coupon.
This Tilex coupon is listed on Coupons.com so the link takes you to Coupons.com. There you will need to scroll through the list and find the Tilex coupon.
Here it is on Page 2. Then click on the "Clip" section to select your coupon.
You can also select other coupons that interest you on Coupons.com the same way.
Then click "Print" to print your selected "Clipped" coupons.
You will see a "Printing" message while your coupon(s) are sent to your printer. Please make sure your printer is turned on and plugged into your computer.
You will see this page after your coupons have been sent to your printer.
And your printable coupon (Tilex in this example) looks like this (but without the slashes through the barcode, I did that to the photo for security reasons).
Viola! Your coupon is ready to save you money at the store.
Have fun printing coupons!
Tip: If your printable coupon link does not work (the coupon is no longer available, expired, etc.) please feel free to report the coupon (hint... or wait until tomorrow when it will count as your challenge task!). We do our best to keep the database up to date, but we need your help to keep track of the huge amount of coupons out there.
Last edited by carriemb2; 04-29-2011 at 07:10 PM.
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Report a Dead Coupon in the Coupon Database
Have you ever found coupons that wouldn't print? Were they expired, the link no longer worked, the coupon was no longer available, etc.? Now’s your chance to let us know and together we can clean up the Coupon Database.
Go to the Coupon Database to look for a coupon. We'll use a printable coupon in this example. You locate the chips coupon you want and follow the link.
You are taken to Coupons.com and you look for the Wise Potato Chips coupon. You look carefully through the entire coupon list.
But you can't find it anywhere. It's time to report it.
Go back to the coupon in the Coupon Database then click on the icon for "Report."
Then choose the type of report you would like to make: Spam, Incorrect, Inappropriate, Duplicate, or No Longer Available
Fill in your explanation and submit the report. Done!
for your help!
Note: Some coupons are listed in the Coupon Database as "No prints left" next to the coupon title. These do not need reported, they remain in the database as an information resource until the coupon is expired and removed. However, if you find a coupon that no longer has prints available and does not have this note, please DO report it. Thanks!
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Subscribe to the AFC blog feed via email signup.
Subscribing to the AFC blog will help you to never miss an update. You'll get links to new printable coupons, learn how to make the most of the coupons you have, get weekly restaurant deals and coupons, plus so much more that will help you to save money!
Go to the AFC Blog then click RSS feed logo.
To subscribe via e-mail, click on "Get Grocery Coupon Blog delivered by e-mail."
In the pop-up window, fill in your e-mail address and the captcha then click "Complete Subscription Request."
Make sure to check your e-mail and click on the verification link to subscribe.
Enjoy the blog and the savings!
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“What are those Acronyms and Terms Used Here?”
Did you know we have an “Acronyms and Terms Used Here” list? We do! It's easy to find anytime you need it.
Scroll down to the bottom of AFullCup.com (any page, forum, or thread you may be on is fine, it'll be there way at the bottom). Notice "Acronyms and Terms Used Here" and click on it.
It will take you to the list of acronyms and terms commonly used on AFullCup.
Feel free to refer to this handy list anytime! You can easily find it at the bottom of AFullCup.com no matter where you are in the wesbite.
Tip: While you're learning AFullCup.com, it's best to open a new tab or window in your internet browser and keep the Acronyms and Terms list open. That way as you read through the forums and come across an unfamiliar term you can quickly locate it. Before long you'll have the hang of it!
When I first joined AFullCup it was all foreign to me, but by constantly referring back to the handy list I was able to finally learn the lingo and make the most of AFullCup. You can too!
Last edited by carriemb2; 04-29-2011 at 07:09 PM.
Afc 101-How to get around AFC
How do I Start a Thread or Post a Reply in a Drug Stores Forum.
To Start a New Thread
Start at the Drug Stores Forum
Then decide where you want to start a thread or leave a reply. We'll use Walgreens for an example.
Let's say I want to start a new thread to show off my Walgreens shopping trip. I would go to Walgreens then I would click "My Walgreens Trip Today."
Then click "New Thread."
Simply fill out the title and text body form to start your new thread. Feel free to pick out an icon and enjoy the smilies too!
Drug stores and couponers go together like peanut butter and jelly! Great deals to be found so make the most of the drug store forums!
Don't forget, you don't have to start a thread, you can post a reply anywhere in the drug store forums which would count instead!
Last edited by carriemb2; 04-29-2011 at 07:12 PM.
How to "Post" to Hot Deals
If you have ever wondered how to get a Hot Deal listed in the Hot Deals section, you’re about to find out!
If you know of a Hot Deal, first you need to post it in the appropriate forum. For example: Let’s say you found a Hot Deal on Amazon.com. First, make a post in the Amazon.com forum.
Then to report a Hot Deal (whether your own post or someone else's) click “Report.”
Please write “Hot Deal” in the report section, then click submit.
All done! You’ll be returned to the post and the Admin Team will decide if the deal is best suited for the Hot Deals section.