Another good thing about the coupons that manufacturers send is that they generally have very long expiration dates.
How to Ask for Coupons in the Mail
I routinely look through my pantry for products that I use regularly. Then I go to the manufacturer’s or product’s websites and look for a “contact us” link.
Most companies take personal comments or complaints very seriously. They want to know how you, the consumer, feel about their products, and will usually show their gratitude by awarding you free coupons, samples and sometimes even FREE product coupons!
Some manufacturer websites have an email form, while others only an email address. Almost all websites has a form that will require your address, but if they don’t – make sure that you include it.
All this emailing doesn’t take long at all. You can set a goal of say, 5 companies a week. To speed up things I use a Google toolbar with AutoFill (fills in forms with my information automatically so that I don’t have to re-type it each time).
Once you’re on the companies’ customer mailing list, you may find that you continue to get coupons in the mail without any additional effort.
Some companies will send coupons right away, while others may take up to six weeks. Be patient. Your mailbox will soon be flooded with free manufacturer coupons.
What to tell them
When you contact a company, you want to be very honest with your feedback.
I usually write a short note about how much I love their product, how often I use it, why I love it and how it helps me and my family. I don’t usually mention coupons but you can if you want.
Make sure that you mention the product name. Some companies have many different products. You can also tell them why you find their product better than the competitor’s, or suggest to them how you think they may improve it or the packaging.
If you want to try a product that you don’t regularly use, be honest and just tell them that you consider trying that product. Most manufacturers will honor you with coupons without you asking for it flat out.
Another option is to tell companies what other products that you would like to see them provide.
If you didn’t like something about a product, or had a negative issue with it, let the company know that. Be nice and objective – state the facts and let them know that you expect a better product from them.
How to Find Company Contact Information
Following is a list of manufacturer contact information that mail free manufacturer coupons in response to an email request via their website. Coupon availability and specific offers can vary based on each company’s policy and supplies.
If you don’t see a contact form right away, look for a “Contact Us” link, usually at the bottom of the page. Some of the contact information below contains direct email links.
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