Couponing Tip: Get Coupons Mailed

April 28, 2014 10:20 am

by Jennifer Freeman

Bricks coupons

How to get coupons mailed to you.

Extreme Couponing 101, save paper and ink!

Want to save paper and ink?  Plus have fewer problems redeeming printable coupons?    Here is a hot couponing tip for you ~ request you coupons to be mailed to you.    The most common coupon to have the option of receiving via mail are bricks coupons.   Now this option is on other printable coupons, and you may have to search around to see that option.

But for Bricks — When a bricks coupon print window opens, look for the Help option down at the bottom right.   See the image above.

Once you do you will either get a screen explains trouble shooting with your printer OR  You’ll get a form that you can fill out so the manufacturer will mail you the coupon instead. Just fill in your name and address to have the coupon mailed to you.

When the coupon comes your name will be printed on the coupon and that will make redemption much easier for you.   Usually you will receive it with in 7 days.  Watch your junk mail because the coupons are mailed in envelopes that can be mistaken for junk mail. Here is a coupon for you to try this out option on.  Coupon

Search around the free coupon database and try this option out.  But remember this seems to be only most often on the bricks printable coupons.

Have a couponing question? 
Leave it in the comments below and let’s get those questions answered! 

 

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Dezzy April 4, 2012 at 12:47 am

OH MY GOSH!!!!! Thank you so much for this!

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Jennifer Freeman April 4, 2012 at 8:35 am

You are welcome. It is a great way to get coupons and not have to print them! Look for “mailing” option in the fine print of printable coupons, it is there sometimes.

Jen

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Debra April 4, 2012 at 11:50 am

Thank you! I love the savings I can get with these coupons but I am getting tired of some cashiers and managers acting like I am trying to do something illegal when I use printed coupons.

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Christina U April 5, 2012 at 9:25 am

I love your site Jen and I never knew this tip either! I just tried it and I’m excited to keep doing it!

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Jennifer Freeman April 5, 2012 at 10:41 am

I am surprised that not many people mention the option of getting a coupon mailed! It is very helpful and can save on ink and paper – frugal everywhere! :-)

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Kat May 24, 2012 at 2:47 pm

What do you do when it does NOT have the mailing information and it explains troubleshooting? Where do you go from there to have the coupon mailed? Thanks

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Jennifer Freeman May 24, 2012 at 4:30 pm

Great question Kat — Not all coupons have the option to be mailed. When the “trouble shooting” is showing instead of a place for your name address etc. Then that particular coupon does not have a mailing option. I always try to check if it has a mailed option because you can print 2 and have it mailed, if you select help before printing.

Hope this helps, Jen

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Mitchie January 30, 2013 at 5:04 pm

Hello, how can I get a
Coupon mailed to me? I really want it pls

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Jennifer Freeman February 21, 2013 at 4:40 pm

Hi Mitchie – Follow the tips that I included in this post. Not all coupons have the option to be mailed but some do! Take advantage of them when you can.

Jennifer

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Kadee April 9, 2013 at 11:09 am

Need to save money!!!

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Jennifer Freeman April 9, 2013 at 2:51 pm

Kadee — Keep watching here on Tip Resource and I will teach you how to save money in a lot of ways. It takes a bit of patience to start saving and feel like it is making a dent in your finances. Stick to it!

Jen

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