Recycle Paper to Print Coupons

The following Everyday Savings Tip comes from, Carrie:

Most businesses only print on one side of the paper. If you know anyone who works in an office, see if they can get you a stack of paper that's ready to be recycled that's only printed on one side. Use the blank side to print your coupons on.

If you're only printing one coupon, turn the page around and refeed it into your printer to print a coupon on the opposite end. I've saved tons of money on buying paper to print coupons on by reusing paper my husband brings home from work. It also is wonderful scratch paper for kids to draw on.

I stopped by a garage sale a few years back and got 2 boxes of paper completely FREE! The only drawback was that it had been printed on one side. It worked just fine for me!

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1 Comment

  1. Juliana Adams on October 1, 2012 at 9:38 am

    I love the idea and I use tons of used paper from DH’s work in my craft room, but I have had coupons rejected if there was printing on the back of the paper.

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