Get Fistfuls Of Coupons At Ultimatecoupons.com

Want a crapload of coupons? Check out Ultimatecoupons.com. They’ve got tons. You can navigate by topic or retailer or manufacturer and see if there’s some discounts available. Some of them are printable and some are online-only. The site design is underwhelming, but functional. What else is there to say? It’s coupons, you know what to do with them.

UltimateCoupons [Official Site]

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  1. MaliBoo Radley says:

    So few places I go take printed coupons anymore …

  2. pecan 3.14159265 says:

    The grocery stores I go to don’t seem to have any problems with printed ones. I think the key is to go through self-checkout. If it doesn’t scan, just type in the bar code. I think the reader thing in the slot to place your coupon only registers that something went in and didn’t come out, not exactly what went in.

  3. hc5duke says:

    fistful not fistfull…

  4. shorty63136 says:

    Hate to burst bubbles – but I used these kind of sites to print coupons and many of them have spyware associated with the “coupon printer” you have to install to print the coupons.

    Just an FYI.

  5. junip says:

    It makes me really really sad that retailmenot.com has had so many vendors tell them to take down all user-submitted coupons and only show their tacky sales links as “coupons” instead when they really aren’t coupons. It was a good site with good user interface and a decent amount of user feedback. Now it’s pretty much dead.
    I suspect if this site gets popular enough, they’ll start hearing from the vendors too. When will vendors realize it actually generates sales?

  6. MaliBoo Radley says:

    Argh … damn you lack of edit button!

    Rather, “and unnecessary”

  7. darundal says:

    I tried to look at a coupon, (the Tyson coupon under the Grocery section) and it was a normal PDF. Nothing installed. Some of the other things were links to other sites.

  8. TheNomad says:

    I am not sure why this web site among countless other coupon peddling sites is worth of mention in a highly popular consumer website like consumerist ? Unless of course it belongs to someone working at or even better, a stakeholder in gawker media or any of its minion blogs like consumerist. For some reason, I have thing against shopping oriented websites with private domain registrations like ultimate coupons. See this:

    Registrant:
    Domains by Proxy, Inc.
    DomainsByProxy.com
    15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353
    Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
    United States

    Domain Name: ULTIMATECOUPONS.COM
    Created on: 02-Jul-01
    Expires on: 02-Jul-14
    Last Updated on: 23-Jun-08

    Administrative Contact:
    Private, Registration
    Domains by Proxy, Inc.
    DomainsByProxy.com
    15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353
    Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
    United States
    (480) 624-2599 Fax — (480) 624-2598

    Technical Contact:
    Private, Registration
    Domains by Proxy, Inc.
    DomainsByProxy.com
    15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160, PMB 353
    Scottsdale, Arizona 85260
    United States
    (480) 624-2599 Fax — (480) 624-2598

    Domain servers in listed order:
    NS3.WEBCONTROLCENTER.COM
    NS4.WEBCONTROLCENTER.COM

    Not kosher in my book. Somebody is going to get commissions out of your so-called coupon shopping and you are not allowed to know where your money will be going. It might be a terrorist organization or a political campaign that you are against. The online coupons of the same value are found everywhere. Why use this site ?

    It is a shame on consumerist’s end to promote a web site like this.

    • Haltingpoint says:

      @TheNomad: While I doubt it is something as sinister as a funding a terrorist organization (OMG! terrorists are affiliate marketers now!) I am indeed curious why this particular site (among the endless selection of others) was chosen to be featured.

      These coupon sites make their money via affiliate relationships so SOMEONE is profiting from this post.