Sunday, June 26, 2011

Vegan Extreme Couponing: Example and Intro

A few folks have been contacting me to ask more about vegan couponing and exactly how it works. Of course, there is always the common way of simply using a coupon to save a bit of money the next time you go to the grocery store. But there is a better way to use vegan coupons that can save you even more.

It appears that the recent increase in interest regarding couponing is tied to the popularity of the TLC show, Extreme Couponing. So I think it’s important to get a couple of misconceptions out of the way before I talk much about how you can partake in some vegan-style extreme couponing.

For starters, a lot of long-time couponers absolutely hate this show, noting that it gives couponers a bad name and makes us look like a bunch of shelf-clearing hoarders. On the other hand, there are also plenty of folks who are happy to see a wider audience of consumers becoming aware of the potential for significant savings with couponing done right.

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  1. i would like to know where exactly can i go or call to get vegan coupons with out getting the run around. i just want to print them. e-mail me at

    1. Hi there!

      Thanks for stopping by on your quest to save money on vegan groceries. Vegan coupons can be found everywhere, including printable vegan coupons at sites like and printable coupons that can be found on company websites, such as the sites for Food Should Taste Good, Garden of Eatin' and Silk. They can also be found in the Sunday paper (Red Plum and SmartSource inserts), as well as in stores on hangtags or blinking machines that spit out coupons right by vegan products.

      I hope that helps! If you also follow me on Twitter, I often tweet links to new printable vegan coupons as they come available online.

    2. One more thing -- Mambo Sprouts is another good site to check regularly for vegan coupons and organic coupons.