Where to Find Coupons

Where to find coupons in Canada?

Not sure where to start?  Right here is a great place! 


Tear Pads can be found along the shelves throughout many stores. Manufacturer’s Coupons can be used in other stores. Occasionally stores have their own coupons. Please read coupons to ensure they are not store specific.


Look in and on the packaging of the products that you buy for special loyalty coupons. There are also “peelies” stuck to the outside that you peel off, or on the packaging that you cut out. You may also find booklets inside the packages with coupons in them. Coupons On or In packaging are intended for the person BUYING the product. PLEASE never take a coupon from a product you are not purchasing.


Contact the companies that manufacture the products you use. Ask if there are any coupons available or special promotions. I refer to these as Mail Out or Call In Coupons on the site.

ONLINE COUPON PORTALS (mail you coupons)

These are sites for companies that will mail you coupons. All of these sites you simply select the coupons you want and hit the order button. Just like a shopping cart on any online shopping site! Some sites offer both Print and Mail options.

  • Save.caThere is a minimum order of 3 coupons that received mailed coupons from Save.ca
  • Walmart.ca: The coupons are usually the same as save.ca, but from time to time there are additional ones found here. You can order the coupons from both sites and must log in to each site separately.
  • Zebracoupons:  There is a $2 printing and mailing fee. 
  • Gluten Free Coupons : Sign up here to join their mailing list


Printable coupons are the most popular coupons these days. Below you will find a list of many brands, coupon portals and promo sites that carry printable coupons. This list was updated in 2019.

  • MCL Printable list (ongoing updated list of printable coupons that are available from various sources)


Every few weeks, you can find Coupon Inserts in the newspaper or flyer packs in your community. You can find Redplum about every 4 weeks, Smart Source every 3 weeks, and Brandsaver every 2-3 months. Coupon inserts seem to be random in the flyer packs and papers over the past year. If you hear an insert is out, check your papers, then if you did not receive one, as if friends of the family have any they can give you. You can also call your newspaper distributor to request a copy on the week they are being distributed.


You may also find coupons in Canadian Magazines. I would not suggest subscribing to a magazine JUST for the coupons, but if you already read certain Canadian magazines, watch for coupons. If you do subscribe to a magazine, chances are you receive more coupons than the Newsstand version. Most subscriptions come wrapped in plastic and often contain recipe booklets, samples, etc…that’s where you will find even more coupons!

Also watch in-store magazines: Shoppers, Walmart, Superstore (natural foods section), Sobey’s Pharmacy, etc…


You can often receive email or mail newsletters with coupons.


Many companies are launching deals and coupons through their social media sites. Be sure you are on the Canadian site for the manufacturer you are looking for.


There are many people out there willing to trade coupons. Start a swap at work, or among a group of friends. Meet for a coffee once a month and swap coupons! CLICK HERE for more info on “What is a Swap or Trade”.




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