The Sunday newspaper is traditionally recognised as the edition of the paper with the largest selection of coupons. Since most people are off from work on Sundays, this is the most popular newspaper subscription and likewise the most appealing for advertisers. There is typically a fee associated with the Sunday newspaper in most towns, however. In lieu of purchasing the paper, the consumer will have to find more creative ways to access the coupons.
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Inquire on Sundays at your local breakfast hub or coffee shop if any patrons left their Sunday paper. Often, patrons will purchase a paper to read as they eat their breakfast or sip their coffee, and once they are finished, they will leave the paper with the hostess for other patrons to peruse. If the paper is available, take it with you to clip the coupons.
Borrow the newspaper from the neighbour when she finishes reading it. If you have a friendly relationship with a neighbour, ask heron Sunday evening or on Monday if she has finished her Sunday paper. If she has, she might be willing to give it to you, coupons and all.
Inquire at local grocery stores, pharmacies and news-stands on Monday mornings. If they had Sunday papers that didn't sell, they may be willing to allow you to take them off their hands for free.
Check local grocery stores and department stores' flyers. Sometimes the free circulars and flyers will feature the same coupons printed in the Sunday paper.
Check the newspaper's website. Sometimes, the newspaper will post PDF versions of the paper online, and you may be able to print the coupons from your computer.
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