There are so many great places to get coupons! Before I started "couponing" seriously, I pretty much thought you just clipped them out of the newspaper, not only that, but I would simply clip out the few that I thought I might use and get rid of the rest. Not anymore! (Why not? See here.) Here is a list of places you can get coupons, and I'm sure you may even be able to add to this list yourself.
*SUNDAY PAPER INSERTS: Smartsource, Redplum, Procter & Gamble
*BLINKIES: you know those little machines that you sometimes see in the grocery store that let you pull out a coupon?
*TEARPADS: pads of coupons usually right next to the item
*PEELIES: coupons right on the item you are purchasing
*ONLINE PRINTABLE COUPON WEBSITES: www.coupons.com, www.redplum.com, www.smartsource.com, etc...
*STORES: a lot of stores will have their own store coupons that you can use in addition to other manufacturer's coupons to get excellent savings - depending on the store, these can be found online, in store, or by mail
*MAGAZINES: many magazines have at least a couple coupons hidden away in them, All You is an excellent source for coupons as well - only sold at Walmart or by subscription
*COUPON CLIPPING SERVICES OR EBAY: note that these places are charging a small fee for their services and shipping as it is illegal to sell coupons
*WRITING TO THE COMPANY: often times you can get great coupons this way, all it usually takes is a simple email letting them know what you think about a product of theirs
*COUPON TRADES: why not trade coupons with others that you won't use for ones that you will?