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No. The money-saving features of the CoolSavings coupon and savings site—like printing grocery coupons and taking advantage of FreeStuff offers—are available whether you create an account or not. However, there are advantages to becoming a member:
The printable coupons hosted on CoolSavings.com are provided through a company called Coupons, Inc. If you are having trouble printing them, visit the Coupons.com help page.
You can, but CoolSavings printable grocery coupons are currently only for use at stores in the continental USA, Alaska, and Hawaii. Only stores in these 50 states will accept CoolSavings coupons. Some offers on the site are only available within certain states or smaller regions of the United States.
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We’re sorry, but the coupons on CoolSavings.com are made exclusively to be printed from a computer. Consider using a friend’s, or your public library’s computer and printer (your coupons can be printed in black and white – they do not need to be printed in color), or checking your local newspaper inserts for many of the same great savings from the same brands.