Free Grocery Coupons by Mail

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Who knew getting free grocery coupons by mail had so many extra perks?! Every time I open the mailbox I wish for it to be full of money. Wishful thinking? Not exactly!

If a mailbox full of bills is getting you down – turn it around! Get free grocery coupons by mail and fill your mailbox with money. Well, free grocery coupons – which spend just like money in the checkout line!

Four Fun Ways to Get Grocery Coupons by Mail

Sign up for Free Samples
Free samples are one of the best ways to get free grocery coupons by mail. Manufacturers hope that when you discover how great their sample is, you’ll be hooked! That’s why there are always free coupons with your free samples.

I recently signed up for a free Swiffer sample and was thrilled to get $25 worth of coupons for all sorts of products from the same manufacturer. Manufacturer coupons that come with free samples are usually big! And, what’s better is that they usually have a very generous expiration date.

How do you get these free samples? It’s easy. Frequent your favorite grocery coupon websites. The best grocery coupon websites have free samples. Join their Facebook pages and newsletter so you’ll always be up-to-date on the latest samples.

Samples and the big grocery coupons that come with them go fast, so being in the loop pays off. Also, if you’re a serious couponing gal, you’ll want to visit a few different websites for free samples. Each site has unique offers.

Request Manufacturer Coupons

Another easy way to get free grocery coupons by mail is to request them directly from the manufacturer. Go to the websites of the product you enjoy using. If you don’t find printable coupons on their website, use the contact form and request them. Simply ask if they provide free grocery coupons by mail – most do!

Many manufacturer websites also have a mailing list that you can sign up for to make getting coupons by mail even easier. So sign up and you’ll be receiving your coupons in no time!

Check Your Mailbox for Wednesday Manufacturer Coupons

Manufacturers are looking for new ways to reach their consumer base. With newspaper sales down, they’ve gotten creative in finding ways to promote their products.

Coupon distributors such as Redplum have started mailing their newspaper inserts directly to consumers on Wednesdays.

What you think is just a pile of junk mail, may actually be a coupon insert. So look carefully through your mail on Wednesdays. If you don’t get grocery coupons by mail yet, you may soon – be on the lookout!

Start a Coupon Train

A coupon train is a great way to get free grocery coupons by mail. It’s like getting a big present in your mailbox!

This is a wonderful way to use all the coupons you clip. Never throw them away; they’re of use to someone!

To start a coupon train, send an email to your friends or post it on your Facebook page. You’ll want 4 or 5 people to participate. You can also start a coupon train at your place of worship, your mom’s group, neighborhood, or with your family.

Friends sign up to jump on the coupon train! The first person to sign up takes the first position; the second person to sign takes position no. 2, and so forth.

Collect about $100 dollars (or more) worth of coupons that you don’t intend to use. For example, you may include diaper coupons and your child is already out of diapers. They should be coupons that others in the group would want.

Send the coupons by mail to the person in the first position. This person removes the coupons they want and the expired coupons. She then adds coupons from her coupon organizer that she won’t be using (so the amount of coupons remains at about $100).

Next she sends the coupons on to the person in the next position on the list. This person does the same thing, and mails the coupons to person no. 3.

The last person in the coupon train sends coupons back to the person who started the coupon train. Ideally, the person who started the train ends up with different coupons than the ones she mailed out!

A coupon train is tons of fun and it one of the best ways to get free grocery coupon by mail!

GUEST POST: This article was contributed by Jennifer Scheffel of, where you can find tips on frugal living, reviews of the top coupon sites and a free printable grocery list and organizer.

About Dawn Lopez

I love sharing ideas and inspirations to make life better. I'm a blogger, social media maniac, brand ambassador & food photographer wannabe living in Rhode Island. You'll find me doing crazy experiments & spending quality time with my hubby & son.

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  1. Alma Romero says:

    Hi my name is Alma romero and I like the recieve free coupons trouh my mail this is my address

  2. I would like some through the mail as well!

  3. ronni mariposa meade says:

    Just like all the other “free coupons by mail” there’s no place to submit your address to, but in the publics eyes…..did any of you ladies received your coupons by mail?

  4. tifany dillard says:

    i need them throw the mail too thanks i dont have a printer to print all them off

  5. sherri bateman says:

    Hi my name is sherri trying to see I can get ccoupon mail to me.

  6. Corina Toussaint says:

    Hi my name is corina. how can i get coupons mail to me

  7. Hi,great site thanks DAWN,but want to know if someone know if there is a coupon train online,or want to start one. I live in Nc (also is a good idea to start a coupon trade here,no? )

  8. how do u apply for coupons mailed to your home

  9. Hi I was wondering the same thing, I am not sure how to get coupons mailed to me, I have looked and googled till I am blue in the face,with no such Luck, I was wondering maybe you have found someone to help you find out where we go , and if so if you wont mind to help me pls, thanks

  10. tracy fickell says:

    hi, im not sure how to get coupons mailed to me can someone help me out or mail me some?

  11. Denise Jennings says:

    Hi, I am all new to the coupons on the internet! but trying to get in the swing of things of saving money. so I am interested in getting started. Lets go!

    • Hi Denise, welcome to the site and to the world of couponing! Feel free to have a look around for tips and great printable coupons! Feel free to reach out to us if you have any questions!

      Thanks ;)

  12. kinda confused to what this web site is really for i thought it was so i could get some coupons through the postal service mailed to my home but cant figure it out i guess. can some one help me please. i have googled and gooled til i am blue and i cant find a real web site that send coupons threw the mail i could careless about the samples but coupons would be nice i dont have alot of money to go grocery shopping with and there are 4 of us and i am the only one who is working. some help please thank you so much holly

    • Hi Holly,

      Typically getting coupons through the mail is a case by case promotion, meaning that you would have to be on the look out for opportunities.

      Many times the free sample offers come with a nice coupon, so those are worth signing up for.

      Hope that helps a bit!


  13. denisse321 says:

    if somebody CAN GET me and idea how to get with out print because don’t have a printer

  14. denisse321 says:

    thanks to ho ever have extra and will help me with it mom of 2 and 1 diabetic since 5 not working mom

  15. Mia mcafee says:

    Hello any of you ladies that want to share their grocery coupon please mail them to me. also i have found some coupon online but i don’t see teh UPC code are tehy still good.

  16. Linda Reesor says:

    How do I get coupons thru the mail

  17. James Hopkins says:

    Hey my name is James Hopkins and coupons we need. We dont have much food and it needs to feed 4 of us.Coupons would be a great help. Could you please send them trough postal mail. Address is P.O. Box 182, Oakland, Mississippi, 38948

    Thank you it would be a great help if we could get them

  18. Janene Scarborough says:

    Thank you, I loved reading this, coupons for me are just needed, it seems like I base many of my buying decisions on coupons, always appreciate some great tips!

  19. April Harvell says:

    Thanks for the great tips…

  20. It’s sort of unhelpful that you just say “grocery coupon websites.” How about some ideas as to which sites, eh? Are you speaking about or something else?

    • Just Married with Coupons says:

      Hello Cole,

      This is a guest post, so I can’t specifically interpret. But, I would assume the reference would be to websites that list freebies. Honestly there are tons of them, I would recommend googling to find one that you enjoy. Thanks for stopping by!

  21. Keenly Kristin says:

    Interesting. I kinda like getting mail that isn’t bills, too. LOL.

  22. Kelly Lininger says:

    This is awesome! Thanks!
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