How do I print coupons from CouponNetwork.com?
CouponNetwork.com is a popular website for printable grocery coupons. They provide coupons from many leading grocery brands along with coupons specific to your local grocery stores.
Step 1 - Printer Setup
Make sure your printer is working correctly since coupons will be sent directly to it without a print setup or preview window. If you have multiple printers, coupons will print to your default printer so make sure that the correct printer is in your operating system settings.
Step 2- Select Coupons to Print
Open your web browser and visit www.couponnetwork.com. Click on the "Printable Coupons" menu tab in the upper right. Select the coupon(s) you'd like to print by pressing the "Add to Print" button below the coupon.
Step 3 - Install the Coupon Print Activator
When you are ready, press the "Print Now" button. If this is the first time on their site, you will be asked to install their Coupon Print Activator. Download and run the installation program when prompted. This will vary slightly depending on which browser you are using but it usually involves either pressing Run or double-clicking on the downloaded file.
The installation should be very quick and your coupons should be automatically sent to the printer. Return to the site and select some more coupons to print. This time they will print right away. That's all there is to it!
See their FAQ page for more information on the Coupon Print Activator and further help if you are having problems installing it.
YourBucks Offers - Register and Save at Your Local Grocery Store
In addition to printable coupons, CouponNetwork.com provides a similar service called YourBucks Offers. You'll need to create an account on the site to take advantage of this. After you register you can select and print offers that will earn you savings next you purchase select items at your local grocery store. Purchasing the selected items will generate a coupon you'll receive at checkout for future purchases. These types of offers are also reffered to as "Catalinas".