Become a Coupon Broker: Strange Ways to Make Money

If you already use coupons, chances are that you get coupons in the paper that you don’t use. Even if you don’t use coupons, you probably have access to coupons from the paper or magazines that you receive. Wouldn’t it be nice to turn unwanted coupons into a little extra cash? You can if you sell those unwanted coupons to people who can use them. Many people will happily pay you $1 for that $5 coupon.

People who sell coupons call themselves a variety of things: Coupon brokers, coupon clipping services, or coupon finders. If you pursue this, it’s important to note that you will be providing a service. Coupon services charge for the time it takes to acquire, cut, and so

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11 Responses to Become a Coupon Broker: Strange Ways to Make Money

  1. Weston says:

    Jennifer

    Any idea how much a typical coupon broker makes?

  2. What are some of the pricier items that coupons can be used for?

  3. 20 and Engaged says:

    Sounds like a pretty great side gig. Could possibly take a lot of time unless you find a way to automate it. I’ll definitely look into it.

  4. Yola says:

    does anyone know of coupon brokering service or website?

  5. CouponCrazy says:

    Yola:

    Surprised you haven’t found any yet…or maybe you have?

    mycouponhunter.com

    couponsthingsbydede.com

    thecouponclippers.com

    kuntryklippers.com

    All good sites. And there’s always good old Ebay.

  6. Gail says:

    I think doing this would be a huge amount of work for very little profit especially if you use ebay where there are fees going and coming and Paypal fees also, etc. This is something you need to investigate carefully and find an extremely cheap source of coupons.

  7. I think that the best way to do it is to network with people on your own site with communication back and forth via email. Then, one can always use paypal for payments. This is how I have chosen to do it, although I have only started recently.

  8. Mary Ann says:

    R

    Did you set up your own web site, or pay someone to do it? Isn’t it pretty expensive?

    How did you arrange to use paypal for payments?

    How long do you expect it will take before you begin to see a profit?

    Thanks for your advice and for sharing your experience.

    Mary Ann

  9. Brenda G says:

    I am a coupon broker and I LOVE my line of work!

  10. ariane says:

    How much do you make as a coupon broker? Do you feel it’s worth your time? Thanks :)

  11. Mechelle H says:

    @BrendaG how did you become a coupon broker?

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