So I recently posted an article about requesting free coupons by mail. When I first started using coupons I used to do this frequently myself. You simply take a moment and email or call companies and request that they send you coupons. Sometimes I would get great coupons (for free products) and sometimes I would get coupons that were worth less than the stamp to mail them.
So I stopped requesting these coupons because it seemed to be taking more time than it was worth. Recently I noticed a comment on the Cascadian Farms facebook wall where someone was requesting coupons from them. They suggested the person email directly. Well I happen to love Cascadian Farms products so I decided to email and see what would happen.
I was pleasantly surprised to receive (3) free coupons in the mail for up to $5.49 each. I thought that was pretty great actually!
So this was probably just lucky and I don’t want anyone to misunderstand- you are not guaranteed to get anything from these companies. You can take the time to request coupons from them and see what happens. You may get lucky like I did or you may get nothing at all.
I thought I would start a Saturday series with contact information for 7 companies each week. If you want to request coupons from them, this should make the process easy for you.
If you are confused about this process, see the article here about how to request free coupons by mail. If you are frisky for more ideas of companies to contact, you can check the list here for companies that have previously sent free coupons.
If you decide to try this out let us know how it works out for you!