I make time to print coupons. I am not a fanatic that spends hours and hours and gets $300 worth of groceries for $2, but I do save 30% to 50% on most of my grocery shopping trips. And it only costs me a little time. I use the resources below that have already done a lot of the work for me.
Coupon Mom (you must register for a free account) - this site matches sales with coupons, much like The Grocery Game, except it is free!
The Thrifty Mama is a great site that matches sales and coupons and is really easy to navigate - and you don't have to register.
Here are some printable coupon sites:
Swagbucks Coupons - if you have joined Swagbucks, you can earn 10 points per redeemed coupon!
Eat Better America
Proctor & Gamble Everyday Solutions - Sign up to receive samples and printable coupons
S.C. Johnson - Right at Home - Sign up to receive samples and printable coupons
Target has both Manufacturer coupons and Target Store coupons
Also, if you are looking for a specific brand/product coupon, try going to that company's web site and see if you can find coupons. Or search for "brand printable coupon" and you may find just what you are looking for.
Here are some printable coupons for Organic and Healthier products:
Organic food coupons
Whole Foods Market
Organic Grocery Deals - this is a forum for finding deals and coupons for organic products
Saving Naturally has put together a list of links to organic companies with printable coupons.
These 3 web sites have electronic coupons that can be loaded onto a
Kroger Plus card:
Cellfire (must have a cell phone)
Proctor & Gamble eSaver
Other Coupon Sites of Interest:
This is a coupon preview that shows what coupons will be in the upcoming Sunday paper
I sometimes buy coupons for a small handling fee from The Coupon Clippers