Tara and I are excited to announce that the newest version of the Deal Seeking Mom Coupon Database is up and running with a ton of great new features to make your life easier, including:
- A Link to Search button that allows you to link to the full search results, whether it be this weekend’s coupons or the dozens of available cereal coupons!
- A Report feature that allows you to simply click on the icon next to any coupon to report a different value in your region, a data entry error or a printable coupon that is no longer available.
- With the addition of the reporting capability, we’ll now be adding many more printable coupons from around the internet. You can help us maintain these by taking a quick second to report any that are no longer available!
- We are working on an interface to allow you to submit additional coupons to the database. In the meantime, if you come across a great coupon that you want to share, email us at [email protected].
Tomorrow, we’ll share some of the latest features of the Personal Coupon Boxes as well. As always, if you have any questions or suggestions, feel free to email us at [email protected].
Mandi Ehman is a work-at-home mom to four little girls! In addition to working as the Project Administrator here at Deal Seeking Mom, she can also be found blogging at Organizing Your Way and Doodles’ Place.
I love the coupon database so much. I link to it my drugstore deal posts. Thank-you!!
thank you so much Tara and Mandi. it helps to find a certain coupon from my big pile of coupons. You girl rocks.
Is there a way to search for just the printable (bricks and others) coupons. I notice you have RP, SS, RP.com, SS.com, etc., but not the Bricks or other printable coupons. Thanks. It’s a great database!
Becky, we’re still in the process of adding the other printables, and being able to search for only printables is a feature that we’ll be adding very soon.
Awesome! Thanks Tara.
Ok so I must be a little slow , where do you go to search thru the coupons?
Not sure how the link got changed in this post, but here’s the link, Evonne.