The Coupon Tracker: a 2-part guide to locating coupons
It is our goal here at TheCouponClippers.com to provide you with all the best ways to save at the grocery store. Sometimes you just need to know in what section a coupon was originally located.
1) The Paw Print
This paw print serves as a guide to let you know where the coupons came from that are on our site. If it was in our Sunday newspapers, then when you hold your mouse over the paw print, you'll see either a setting like this: 07/16/06 SS or 07/16/06 V or 07/16/06 PG or 'Not from a Central Florida Newspaper'.
07/16/06 would be the date on the calendar that the coupon was located.
SS means Smart Source supplement
V means Valassis supplement
PG means Proctor and Gamble supplement
If it is on our list, but not one of these 3 choices, it will be marked with the fourth choice: Not from a Central Florida Newspaper. These coupons are often difficult to find and not readily available. You should snatch the ones that you can find as soon as you see them.
2) The Clickable Calendar:
On each Sunday's square, you'll see the coupon supplements listed that were provided in each week's newspapers.
If you click on the name of the coupon supplement, you'll get the complete listing of the coupons that came out that week as well as the quantities still available left on our site. If you're interested in ordering any of the still-available coupons, just add a quantity to the text box to the left of the description and click the add to cart button. Please note that if the available quantity is zero you will be unable to add a quantity to the check box.