Coupon Database FAQ

These are the most frequently asked questions about the FrugalChicken Coupon Database.


If you still have a question after reviewing these FAQs and the Instructions, please feel free to email us at




Where can I get copies of the coupons listed in the database?

The Source Column lists where you can find every coupon included in the database. Sources that start with SS, RP or P&G are found in weekly newspaper inserts. Remember there might be regional differences, so you might not find the same coupons or values listed. However, you can purchase additional copies of these coupons through coupon clipping services.

Many of the coupons listed in the database can be printed off the internet. To print them, click on the link in the source column and follow the printing instructions on the site. 

Some coupons come from magazines or other sources, and they will be listed in the Source field.


What do all the abbreviations stand for?

You can view a list of abbreviations here.


Do you have a list of categories you use to organize the coupons?

The database is organized into the following categories:

  • Baby/Children
  • Baking/Spices
  • Beauty Products/Cosmetics
  • Beverages
  • Breads/Rolls/Baked Goods
  • Breakfast Foods
  • Canned Goods
  • Condiments/Dressings/Sauces/Dips
  • Dairy
  • Deli Meats/Cheeses
  • Energy/Diet Foods
  • Ethnic Foods
  • Feminine Products
  • Frozen Foods
  • Health Foods
  • Household
  • Laundry
  • Meal Kits
  • Meats
  • Miscellaneous
  • Pantry
  • Pasta/Rice
  • Paper/Plastic
  • Pet Care
  • Pharmacy
  • Produce
  • Refrigerated
  • Snacks/Desserts/Crackers/Candy
  • Toiletries