Printing Coupons FAQ

How do I print a coupon?

You’ll notice the scissors image on each printable coupon. To “clip” that coupon simply click the checkbox next to the scissors. When you’ve “clipped” all the printable coupons you want from that page scroll to the bottom and click on the “Print all Clipped Offers” button.

Why am I being asked to install a Coupon Printer?
If this is your first time printing coupons from RedPlum you will be prompted to download our Coupon Printer application. This is a small application that will reside on your hard drive and enable you to print offers directly from our site. It will not collect or store any information, nor will it interfere with your other programs.

Why do I need the Coupon Printer?
The coupon printer helps RedPlum and the manufacturer manage the overall distribution and security of coupons and offers in circulation. Better security enables manufactures to continue to pass on great savings to you. Coupon printer applications are also used by other major coupon sites.

I am still unable to print coupons. What can I do?
If you’ve downloaded the Coupon Printer application and are still unable to print, here’s a quick checklist to troubleshoot some of the most common issues.

I am unable to install the Coupon Printer. What can I do?
Try checking the following:

Why is there a limit for how many times some coupons can be printed from RedPlum?
Manufacturers or retailers often set print limits on coupons in order to:

To accomplish this, print limits are often set for coupons to ensure that each consumer or printer can only print a set maximum number of coupons.


How long do the offers and coupons remain on the site for?
All offers and coupons are live on the site for up to 30 days or until the expiration date – whichever comes first.


How is the expiration date determined on offers and coupons?
The expiration date is set by the offer manufacturer or vendor.

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