New batch of printable, digital coupons for June

Posted by Amy Dunn on June 2, 2014 

We turned a page on the calendar over the weekend, which means the new printable and digital coupon offers are starting to roll in.

Over the next few days, check your favorite printable coupon sites for new coupons. Most sites roll out new coupons over the first few days of each new month. So if you don't see any new coupons you like today, I recommend checking in each day this week.

This month’s new batch seems particularly generous. On The N&O’s Find N Save coupon page alone there are 116 coupons for food and another 17 on beverages. And you’ll find some unusual coupons on meat, fruit, cottage cheese and soda.

Among the more rare coupons I spotted:

.75/2 Snickers Peanut Butter Squares

.35/1 Joy Ice Cream Cones

.75/1 Food Should Taste Good Brown Rice Cracker

$1/1 Organic Valley Half and Half

.45/1 Daisy Cottage Cheese

.55/1 Mr. Clean Magic Eraser

$1/1 Smithfield Baby Back or St. Louis Style Ribs

.75/3 Snack Pack Pudding

$2 off fruit when you purchase two Kellogg’s Rice Krispies cereals

All of these are on N&O’s Find N Save, which is powered by Coupons.com.

Here are some of my other favorite sites to print coupons:

*BettyCrocker.com

*Pillsbury.com

*CommonKindness.com. This site is great for folks looking for coupons on healthier products.

*SmartSource.com

*RedPlum.com

*MamboSprouts.com. Another good site of healthy product coupons.

*LiveBetterAmerica.com

While you’re doing coupon chores, be sure check to see if you have any mail-in rebates that need to be mailed in. Most rebates give you a two-week window to mail in the form once the offer has expired.

And don’t forget to check in at the online sites you use, such as SavingStar, Checkout 51, Ibotta and Recyclebank to add offers.

Finally, the first of the month is also a good time to purge your coupon organizer of all the May coupons that are now expired.

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