Canadian Printable Coupons Guide

Where do I find Canadian printable coupons online?  This is perhaps one of the most frequent questions we are asked by beginners.  We wish we could tell you they are magically found all in one place but this sadly is not the case.  Great news though, we have compiled a list of the most common sites to get coupons for print and the process for doing so.

What You Need to Know

Some of what you need to know is whether it’s a certain number of prints per browser or if you need an account.  Some coupons are PDF coupons and some require a pin on them, or a unique number.  It is never ok to photocopy coupons, it is in fact illegal and considered fraud punishable by law.  It is important to know which coupons have pins and only print one of each pin.  Also, offer id numbers are different from pins.  The offer id number on, let’s say all Dempsters 1.00 off coupons, will be the same as it reflects the offer, however, the pin number on each and every one of those coupons should be different.

Understanding Browsers

Browsers are software applications used to search the internet.  Some examples are Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari. You can print in Incognito and private window as well.  The name will depend on what browser you are in.

Before You Print Canadian Printable Coupons

Before you print, we recommend that you verify that your printer is hooked up, turned on and set as a default printer.  Try printing a test page first.  You will also require an updated version of Adobe.  Currently you cannot print from a tablet or phone as these are not compatible with the Adobe DC required to print coupons.  Coupons can be printed in colour, however, this is not necessary as black and white is usually just as acceptable.

Sites to Find Canadian Printable Coupons

Advil has it’s own website which contains various coupons for it’s own products.  These coupons are usually PDF coupons and do not have their own pin.  You can print as many as you like and you do not require an account.
Danone has a great coupon section on their site.  This site does require an account and you can set up one per email.  They offer silk and various yogurt coupons.  Each account gets you one print of each coupon and these do have a pin and actually contain your name as well.

Enjoy Life this site is for enjoy life products such as snacks.  It has 1.50 when you buy 2 coupon and allows 2 prints per account.  You may download a new coupon every 6 months.
GoCoupons is a Canadian printable coupon site for coupons from various manufacturers and tend to have a select variety of coupons on their site.  This site does require you to have an account and allows one print per coupon per account.  These do not have pins but do have your name on them.
Huggies is a site run by Kimberly-Clarke.  This site is mostly coupons for baby products and does require you to have an account.  You can print two of each coupon per account.  These coupons do contain pins.
Kraft Canada has coupons on their site for various kraft products.  This site does require you to have an account and you can print two of each coupons per account.  There are unique id numbers in the bottom near the left on each coupon.  These numbers should always be different.
Nestle has various  Canadian printable coupons for the products they manufacture.  This site requires you to have an account and allows 2 prints per account.  These coupons have pins that should be different on each print.
P&G is the Proctor and Gamble site.  This site has coupons for their products such as Crest and Tide.  This site requires you to have an account and allows 2 prints per account.  These coupons do have pins.  These coupons tend to stay the same but do reload and you are able to print 2 more when this happens.
Pampers is a site that allows you to access coupons for their baby products. The site requires you to have an account.  This site is unique in that when you first sign up you won’t see any coupons.  You will receive an email coupon until they customize your account.  Once your account is ready you can print one of each coupon and these coupons have unique pins.
Pfizer is a site for medication coupons.  This site does require you to have an account.  This site allows unlimited prints and does not have unique pins as these are PDF coupons.
Poise this site is for Poise products and does require an account.  You can print each coupon twice.  The pins for these coupons can be found in the bottom right hand corner.  Remember, these numbers should be different on each coupon.
Purina This site does not require you to have an account.  You can print two of each of these coupons and they do have unique pins.
Save is a website where you can get both prints and mailed out coupons.  Be careful to watch the icon on the bottom to be sure whether it’s a print or mail out.  You require an account for this website and it’s one account per person.  You can print one of each coupon and these do contain unique pins.
Smartsource has both a Canadian and US edition so always be sure you are on .ca and not .com.  You do not require an account for this site.  You can print two of each coupon per browser and don’t forget incognito.  These coupons do have a unique pin.  These coupons do update and change quite often.
Tasty Rewards this site does require you to have an account.  You may print 4 coupons per month and only one of each, so be careful what you click on. These coupons are PepsiCo coupons for products such as Quaker and Lays chips.
UbyKotex this site does require you to have an account.  You can print one  of each coupon.  These do have unique pins.
Walmart has a coupon section as well.  This site requires you to have an account.  You can print one each of the coupons available.  They also have mail outs.  These coupons do have unique pins.
Websaver this site also has both mailed out coupons and printables.  This site does require an account and generally allows 2 prints per account. Their mail out program is Zebracoupons which allows you to order regularly printable coupons as well as some that are exclusive to that site. They do charge a small mail out fee.  Seasonally they do offer a code to make postage free.  Keep an eye out as we try to post these as they come up.

Other Things to Note

One of the things we notice is that some sites will randomly post coupons for their products.  In the past, sites like Dempsters, Eat Smart and Maple lodge, for example, have posted random coupons for their products so please be sure to check out sites for products you regularly use so as not to miss out on great promotions.

Also, don’t forget to sign up for company emails.  A lot of great coupons and promotions are done this way.  Gaylea and Olymel are well known for including coupons in their emails that you would not receive elsewhere. There are also random hidden coupons that are harder to find that we post in our Facebook group as we come across them, so keep your eyes peeled and Happy Couponing!!