Looking for more ways to save on national brands and common household products? With so many coupon blogs out there, it’s hard to know where to start! We’ve narrowed a big list down to just ten. Check out these sites for coupons and more:

Krazy Coupon Lady

A well-known site where you can learn how to collect and redeem coupons and save big. Run by a few young, savvy moms on a mission to slash your grocery bills by up to 70%.

Money Saving Mom

Started by a mom who incredibly kept her own grocery and household products budget to under $100 a week during a very lean time, she became proficient in “couponese”.

Baby Savers 

Baby Saves was started by a stay-at-home mom who quit working in the corporate world after 8 years at Target and General Mills. It’s no surprise that she went into couponing!

Coupon Pro

Here you’ll find major-label brand discounts and coupons on a site created and run by “a young guy, fresh out of college” who maintains the site from his living room – and the local Starbucks!

Southern Savers

One of the leading frugal living websites in the South, the blog teaches a “purposeful, relaxed approach” to help you save money on almost everything you can buy. 

Passion for Savings 

This site’s “frugal fashionista” has a passion to teach others how to save money and live well on a budget – also helping people to become became debt-free.

Coupon Dad

After his sister-in-law introduced him to using coupons for everything and helping to get his grocery bill under control, Coupon Dad was born and has become a place to share coupons and money-saving tips.

Freebie Shark 

Freebie Shark is an award-winning, money-saving blog that constantly updates you with the latest free samples, coupons, sweepstakes, and special deals. 

All Things Target 

A site dedicated to those that love to shop at Target stores. Here you can find everything from coupon match-ups that can help you get products for free, to 70% off clearance deals.

Hip 2 Save 

The site began in 2008 simply as a way to help family and friends save money. Since then, the hobby has turned into a full-time endeavor and a nationally-recognized coupon source.