Extreme Couponing Canada – My Favourite Websites

Extreme Couponing Canada – My Favourite Websites

Today I thought I would keep it really simple and share with everyone some of my favourite Canadian websites I use to find great coupons.

The first place I always go to is www.save.ca At this site you simply register and log in to view all the money saving coupons. One thing that I will mention that you might not know is that there are different save.ca links. I have tried to compile as many of these links together in one major forum post here on Canadian Free Stuff. You can access the list by placing your mouse over the “coupon” tab at the top of the forum page until the drop down menu appears and click on the save.ca coupon list. I try to keep this list current and active but I must apologise if there are links that are not (I will update it as soon as I possibly can. It’s on my to do list). The main site is constantly changing so I suggest adding this one to your favourites list and checking it weekly, if not daily. They sometimes offer Free Product Coupons and they don’t last very long (sometimes only 1 or 2 days).

The next place to check out is www.brandsaver.ca This site is one that offers fantastic money saving coupons for P & G brand products. With both save.ca and brandsaver you request the coupons and they are mailed directly to you in the mail. It is absolutely free and usually only takes a few days to arrive. Once you request coupons there is a time limit before you can request that same coupon again. Brandsaver currently has over $100.00 in money saving coupons up for grabs. I suggest signing up for their newsletter alert, that way you will know when new coupons are available.


Another great site is www.websaver.ca You can browse through 60 Canadian coupons and over $60.00 in savings. The bonus to using websaver coupons is; “webSaver.ca donates 5¢ from every coupon you redeem to charity”. You save money and help others at the same time. There are coupons for pet food, personal care, house and home, beauty, grocery items and more. These coupons are also mailed directly to you free of charge. Just register, log in, select which ones you want and submit your request. Also check out for Hidden Websaver Coupon  Portals

The next one on my list is www.gocoupons.ca. This is a smaller site but they still offer great coupons. There are currently about 10 coupons offered on this site. The nice thing about coupons from go coupons is that the expiry dates are quite long. There also doesn’t appear to be a limit to how many coupons you can order. I always make sure and have the Royale Bathroom Tissue one on hand. It is a great one especially when you hit a big sale.


Another favourite is www.lifemadedelicious.ca . Again register and log in to take advantage of their “offers and perks” section. I also suggest liking this one on Facebook so you can easily see when new offers and coupons are available. This is a site created by General Mills so those are the products you will find here. They have teamed up with save.ca and most if not all coupons are save.ca ones. Sometimes they are exclusive to life made delicious members only and you cannot even see them on the main save.ca site.


One more to add to your list is www.rightathome.ca . This is a SC Johnson website and in fact you can access it through www.scjohnson.ca as well. You must once again sign in to view their coupon section. Just select which ones you want mailed to you and then it will redirect you to the appropriate websaver.ca webstie to complete your order.

Another resource for finding coupons is www.flyerland.ca. With this one you might find that there is some overlapping with save.ca coupons but often you will find new ones you have not yet discovered. Just put in your postal code or choose your city to see what is available in your area.

One more is www.couponclick.ca .Here you can print out coupons for different products and some services as well. Not all products are familiar to me on this site but there are some useful ones like the Nivea one. When I first encountered this website I had a bit of a problem printing out their coupons, but I just contacted them and they were able to walk me through the process very easily. To be honest I can’t even remember the particular issue or else I would share it with you all.

I almost forgot another one of my favourites. Check out www.livingwell.ca. This is a great place to get Canadian printable coupons. They offer lots of health care items and at least once a month have free trial offers. Sign up again to get their newsletter so you will know the date and time when giveaways are being offered. (They go really fast). Log in and select your province to print your coupons. These print out at a fairly regular size but remember to check with your local store before trying to use printable coupons. Not all stores accept them.

Smartsource.ca  is another great website for printing out valuable Canadian coupons. You will need to make sure that your Java Script program is up to date and you install their coupon printing application before these coupon will print out. It is a little tricky, but worth it in the long run.

If you have a Costco Card than you have to check out www.getmoreofwhatyoulove.ca These are the coupons that are available for Costco members and are usually handed out at the front door entrance of Costco stores.

Another one is www.looniecoupons.ca.  At this website they offer some provincial coupons. They are mostly restaurants and services divided up by province and even city. If you eat out a lot then you should have a look if any of your local eateries offer coupons here.

If you live in Ontario like me, then another one I can suggest is www.attractionsontario.ca. Here you will find coupons for different parks, museums, zoos and other attractions. I am sure that other provinces must have a similar website where you can go to find coupons like this.

The rest of the places I go to find Canadian coupons on line are particular product company sites. Check out sites like Kellogg’s, Kashi, L’Oreal, Covergirl, Catelli, McCain, Payless Shoes, Michael’s, Magic Cuts, So Good, TRESemme, Cetaphil, Cold-Fx and any other product or business you can think of. I have found lately that I am finding more coupon alerts by “liking” companies on Facebook. Check out restaurants and sign up for their newsletters. I always get printable coupons for free appetizers and special treats on my birthday and anniversary. I even registered at a very high end dining establishment and received a $25.00 off gift certificate to spend when I visited them to celebrate my anniversary with a nice dinner.

I also give companies my e-mail address. I do this when out shopping. Companies like Please Mom and Aeropostale will send you exclusive e-mail discount coupons that you otherwise never know about.

I hope this blog post can help get some of you started on your way to saving more money by using Canadian Coupons this year. I also invite any seasoned couponers out there to share any other websites they can think of to add to this list. After all the goal here is to help each other save even more.

I look forward to your comments and thanks for taking the time to visit.

We still have more exciting posts coming up this week, so check back soon.





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  4. Great information for beginners such as myself
    Thanks so much for everything you do to help

  5. These are all great sites you listed. They are the same ones I visit!

    I really hope that Right@Home has some new printable coupons up soon, especially glade candles.

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  7. Bonnie,

    Hi and Heellp. I’m trying to get printable coupons and coupons mailed to me. The sites I try all say Feedburner has my info. I can’t get past that when I attempt to go the next stage. Also some sites ask for my password,I’m hesitent to give it out. What do you advise. Thanks Sandy.

  8. Thank you so much for making this list. Your work and efforts are greatly appreciated.
    I will continue to read and share your posts.

    Thanks again,


  9. <A onclick="javascript:_gaq.push(['_trackPageview', '/mailto/natashaeddie@hotmail.com']);" href="mailto:natashaeddie@hotmail.com">natashaeddie@hotmail.com</A>: oksoIneedthetricksofextremecouponinginEdmonton.Iknowitsoundsfunnybutiamwillingtopayforhelpandtips.éihavenoclueweretogetcouponseasyprintableonesoffthenetoreveninthecityasIliveonaacreageanddontgetthepaperHELPplease.

    Ok have you gone to websaver.ca and brandsaver.ca and requested all the available coupons? Also I have created a main list of all save.ca link on the Canadian Free Stuff forum here. That is a great place to start. Then head on over to livingwell.ca to get some great printable coupons. sign up to lifemadedelicious.ca for even more savings. If you join this forum (if you haven’t already) just click on the coupon tab at the top in read and start going through the threads members have posted-it is a great resource for finding coupons on different website, facebook, etc. Start talking to friends and family ask them to save any coupon they find in stores or on packaging for you. If you want more help just pm me on the site and I can see what I can do to share more infor. Good luck and welcome to the wonderful world or Canadian Couponing! -Cheetah

  10. ok so I need the tricks of extreme couponing in Edmonton. I know it sounds funny but i am willing to pay for help and tips. éi have no clue were to get coupons easy printable ones off the net or even in the city as I live on a acreage and dont get the paper HELP please.

  11. Tanya,

    Yes it is -just became a Costo member myself last Christmas thanks to my step-daughter who bought me a membership-coupons are automatically taken into account at the cashier-super easy!

  12. I had no idea about the get more of what you love section of the costco site! Thank you so much! This is great for deciding if you want to do a costco shop for the week or not

  13. Bonnie,

    Thanks for your comment Bonnie. I am so glad to hear you found the information useful. Yes every little bit helps for sure.-Enjoy and Happy Shopping! Cheers-cheetah

  14. Thank you SO much for sharing such amazing information!!! Saving ‘little’ money here and there can really help our lives!! You go Coupon Queen!!! Thank you!!! :)))

  15. Thanks for your post!! There are some here I wasn’t aware of!

    I have a list of nearly two dozen Canadian coupon sites on my blog: feel free to share around!!

  16. fourkidlets,

    Thank you so very much for your comment- I am glad that this of help. I remember when I was starting it -it all seemed overwhelming at first. Happy couponing!-Enjoy!

  17. Just the kind of site I’ve been looking for! Thank you for your time in making this, so my life (and many others’) is so much easier. I had no idea where to star with couponing, and now I do!

  18. Canadian Coupons: what we need is a coupons card like those lucky americans

    I agree store loyalty cards with automatic coupon savings would be awesome. The savings would be truly amazing with one of those.

  19. Becky: I just love the site… Thanks so much for putting your time into this!! I’m wondering something you were saying that if you like the company on Facebook you can follow deals etc. Is it safe to do… Meaning will my Facebook info be all over the place?

    It is safe to “like” companies on facebook. Yes it will show your name once you have liked them and your facebook friends will see that you liked that company, but that is about it. If you comment on something on their wall it will show your name and others that like them as well can see it. I follow all sorts of companies. Maple Leaf, save.ca, livingwell, giant tiger, kraft, Olay, L’Oreal and so on. I have never had a problem. If you are still unsure than you can always create a new second facebook just for this purpose even use a different e-mail address. Have fun and happy couponing-cheers-cheetah. :o)

  20. I just love the site… Thanks so much for putting your time into this!! I’m wondering something you were saying that if you like the company on Facebook you can follow deals etc. Is it safe to do… Meaning will my Facebook info be all over the place?

  21. Chantel: Hello,Okay so I want to sign up for the save.ca and P&G website but I’m a little worried about giving it my home adress. Is it safe ? And when I dont want to use the account anymore can I de activate it? I just dont want a bunch of unwanted mail and emails sent to me all the time when I dont order coupons.Hope my questions make sence.Thanks

    Thank you for your question. Save.ca is perfectly safe. I have been using it for about 3 years now. The only time you will get stuff in the mail is if you request coupons. They usually arrive 3-5 days after you order them. I have never received anything else accept coupons I have requested. You will probably get a confirmation e-mail and that is all. You can opt into getting e-mail notifications if you want to by checking off the boxes at the end of your order-however if you don’t want to that is fine too. Again it is very safe and they won’t send you any unwanted junk at all. Enjoy and happy couponing-cheetah

  22. Hello,

    Okay so I want to sign up for the save.ca and P&G website but I’m a little worried about giving it my home adress. Is it safe ? And when I dont want to use the account anymore can I de activate it? I just dont want a bunch of unwanted mail and emails sent to me all the time when I dont order coupons.

    Hope my questions make sence.


  23. cheetah,

    i mean like.. say u have 7 coupons .. u order them and them maybe 3 hours after you recheck the site for fun and you see 4 more coupons you want
    and you gotta press get coupons ..again

    so now you have 2 orders of coupons to wait for in the mail..
    what im asking is that can u add them up.. almost like
    combined shipping i guess.. hahaha im trying to explain it as simple as i can

    so instead of getting 2 things in the mail.. you get just 1 …

    thats what i meant.. by is there a time or number of days limitation.. kinda .. on the sites.. so u can just save up all the coupons u choose and once u see there isnt anything else you want then you can order them…

    hopefully this explained it a tiny bit more…

  24. Casey,

    I am not sure that I understand your question , but if you have 12 coupons to choose from on save.ca or whatever site and you choose 7 today and request them and then go back tomorrow and request the other three and ask for them-then yes they will send you the other three. If you have already requested some of those coupons when you submit your order it will say that some of your coupons have been removed. (because not enought time has lasped since you originally ordered those particular ones. Some coupons have a set limit as to the number of available requests too. So the company say for example Glade will only allow say 500 coupons to be requested total. So once 500 people log into save.ca and request the coupon-it will be taken down. That is why if you see one you want get it right away before it is gone, but always leave one or two you don’t really want to add to your next order (with save.ca you have to order at least two coupons before your order will go through). As soon as I log in to save.ca I can see what coupons I can or cannot order. Re-order as soon as you can and stock-pile coupons for the future. :o)

  25. cheetah,

    Yes that helped answering more of my questions.

    but what i meant is that.. say theres only 12 coupons available and i choose like 7 .. can you wait to get more.
    like umm.. the next day or sumthing say they add new ones or whatever and i choose those… so instead of 7 i would have like 10..

    i dont know it is hard to understand., i mean explain.
    i think i mostly mean do u have to get them mailed each time u choose coupons…

    Bah never mind i cant really explain it right now.. hahaha.. but thank you for helping.
    You answered many of my questions

  26. Casey:

    Hi Cheetah

    Me and My Wife just totally feel in love with your blog..

    i was wondering.. we signed up for the sites and got our coupons but theres something ive been meaning to ask.

    You mentioned in your blog that you were able to get up to 130.00 in savings.
    The highest that we have been able to get is 12.00 and then we asked to get our coupons sent to us.
    We were both wondering if it is possible to select the ones you want and then just save them ? ..
    I have no idea if you understand what we meant.
    But what im trying to say is that
    Do u have to get them mailed to you as soon as u choose them or is there a certain amount of time.. or amount of coupons you can have before you get them sent ?

    Thank you so much for your comment. I hope I understand what you are asking. With save.ca, brandsaver.ca and websaver.ca there are always more coupons the first week they launch new ones. You will find this when brandsaver and websaver disappear for a while and then re-launch. As time goes by less and less coupons are available and they often at a few extra new ones like they did on websaver.ca today. You are limited to how many coupons you can get at one time on Websaver. I usually select about a dozeen of them and then go back in a couple days and request the other ones I missed. Once you select and request your coupons they set a time limit before you can request the same coupons again. Different coupons have different time-frames. Some are 1 week some are 1 month and some especially the FREE Product ones -you will only ever get to request once. I suggest not always selecting all the coupons on save.ca, since you have to select a minimum number of coupons (I think it is two or three) before they will mail them out to you. I say this because if they launch a new coupon especially if it is a FPC (free product coupon) you won’t be able to order it since you already ordered all the other ones on the site and they are now time blocked. I hope this helps and answers some of your questions. I check coupon websites every other day to see what is new and when I can re-order which ones. Oh and gocoupons can be requested very often I think I do them about twice a month but you might even be able to do it more often than that. Happy Shopping!-Cheetah

  27. Hi Cheetah

    Me and My Wife just totally feel in love with your blog..

    i was wondering.. we signed up for the sites and got our coupons but theres something ive been meaning to ask.

    You mentioned in your blog that you were able to get up to 130.00 in savings.
    The highest that we have been able to get is 12.00 and then we asked to get our coupons sent to us.
    We were both wondering if it is possible to select the ones you want and then just save them ? ..
    I have no idea if you understand what we meant.
    But what im trying to say is that
    Do u have to get them mailed to you as soon as u choose them or is there a certain amount of time.. or amount of coupons you can have before you get them sent ?

  28. Hannah:

    Is there any “easy” way to know when save.ca and/or Websaver have added new coupons?

    Follow them on Facebook is one way (that is what I do) and for sure be a memeber here. LOL The resident coupon queens on Canadian Free Stuff are pretty darn good at posting new coupons just as soon as we find them. :o)

  29. @Melodye, are you a member of the forum here on Canadian Free Stuff? If not sign up (for free) and then you can pm me directly and I can see what I can do to answer you questions and get you going on saving more $$.

  30. I am new to all this couponing stuff and i fell in love with this blog and all the links but as i was reading threw it..
    I have seen that you sometimes saved up to like 60.00 and over for the coupons ?
    It makes me wonder if I am doing the right thing since all the sites i have visited and signed up on only have a few coupons..

    I have so many questions.
    If someone can please take the time to email me..
    I need answers.
    I am a single mother of 3 and these can change my life ..

  31. i think i figured out how to see the save.ca list without logging in or creating an account — click on the CANADA FREEBIE FORUM link on the red line near the top of every CFS webpage. then hover your mouse over the COUPONS link on the red line near the top of the CFS/forum webpages and click on the SAVE.CA COUPONS LIST that appears. seems to work everytime for me!

  32. Ashley it is easy to create a price book- just start witting down the prices you see for items you use every day. after a few weeks you will start to get a feel for what is regular price and what is a deal. Once you kinda know what to expect just write it down. In the beginning I had no idea what Toilet paper cost- Now I know that I can get 12 double or 24 single rolls for $4.99 or less so in my book I put $4.99 when I see it at this price I know it is time to pull out my $1.00 off coupon and get it for $3.99! It takes a while to create a price book and it is forever changing and evolving as you go along. It is just a learning tool so you get to know your pricing better without memorizing it all. Hope this helps

  33. Does anyone know how I can get my hands on a price book list? I’m new to coupons and I really have no clue as to what’s a good deal and what isn’t. I’d really love a copy of someone’s price list if possible. I’m in Ontario.

  34. Neena, I LOVE IT!! I should of had my hubby write the last post. He always laughs at me and my coupon book -but guess what? Not only does he use coupons, ask for extra discounts, asks for free samples (especially for perfume for me) he also uses gas coupons, car wash coupons, and coupons for haircuts and lunches out with they guys. He is slowly but truly becoming a coupon king! I love it when he finds coupons and brings them home to me or while grocery shopping just stops and points at the coupon tear sheets on the shelves it is like the hunter spotting his prey lol. MEN USING COUPONS IS SMART!!

  35. Trixy are you still having trouble viewing the save.ca list? If so let me know and I will contact the owner of CFS and see if she can help you out too.

  36. Your image/cartoon is so true! My hubby is always looking under couch customs for money that dropped from his pocket over time and yet if I send him with a coupon he won’t use it!

    Hey all you men out there!!!: using a coupon doesn’t make you weak! Not using one does!! So just give in and use the damn coupons :p

  37. Cheetah…thanks for your help! I am a member so that’s why I am a little puzzled as to why I am being denied access to the save.ca list.

  38. Love, love, love your blog! I have only been couponing for a couple months but I am already hooked! =)
    I cant seem to get to you save.ca links. I am registered but I just cant find them. Any advice?

  39. Ashley, thanks you so much for your comment and kind words. Yes putting this together has been a lot of work but getting comments from reads like you makes it all worth it. Couponing is my hobby not my job and I love helping others find great ways to save especially those who really are on a tight budget -I have been there myself many times. Thanks again :o)

  40. I absolutely love how you have done this for us! Its awesome and I imagine it took you a lot of time and effort to do! I’m newer to couponing here in Canada as I’ve only been here a couple years and have a really hard time finding coupons until I joined this site. I’m from the states and my husband is from Canada. Down in the states I was an avid couponer when I could find them for items I needed. As they have MANY MANY more to choose from then what you seem to find up here.

    Since I’ve joined this site I’ve read a lot of posts from everyone and I’ve emailed a bunch of different brands and thanked them for such great products etc etc and now they are sending me coupons. I also complained to huggies because the last box of diapers I bought from them the tabs aren’t sticking and some are coming completely off. I never would of emailed them had it not been for someone else saying they had and they ended up receiving FPC. So huggies emailed me back and I’m going to send them 2 of the diapers from the box that are defective and they are sending me a bunch of coupons.

    Anyway enough of my talking LOL. Thanks again for everything your doing Cheetah and the rest of the crew on this site! Its much appreciated!

  41. Hey Trixy I believe the save.ca coupon list that I compiled on the forum is only visible to member-so sign up to Canadian free stuff (for free) that way you can take advantage of all the wonderful freebies,contests,coupons, deals etc.

  42. Thanks for the info….however I am wondering why I am being denied access to the save.ca list that you mentioned in your article. Any help would be appreciated!

  43. Thank you so much-This is just great! we are on a fixed income, and that is when you learn the meaning of the word “fixed” in your life. These savings are great and I have added them all to my favourites for easier access! Terrific!

  44. Thank you for your blog Cheetah!

    As for the printable coupons – here in my community, the only store that doesn’t and hasn’t ever given me a hard time with them is Wal-mart. When I have printables to use, I give Wal-mart my business. I get Wal-mart to price match the competitor’s advertised special price by bringing in a copy of that stores flyer AND I use my coupons.

  45. Thank you everyone for your comments-keep them coming!! YES I agree I wish more stores in my community would accept printable coupons too. I wonder if we or I e-mailed these companies explaining that our local stores will not accept printables if they would mail some to us? I think I will try some and see what happens. :o)

  46. too bad some of the sites require printing many retailers do not trust printouts and wont accept them

  47. Some company sites, such as Orange Julius will email you BOGO coupons semi-regularly as well as the odd freebee. DQ used to send you a freebee on your birthday, but that was replaced with a BOGO which was also eventually dropped. I don’t go to DQ as often as I used to.

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