I love to get coupons from Ebay. They are pre-cut, they come in 5′s, 10′s, or 20′s usually, and they arrive at my house very quickly. If you find a sale on Sunday and order coupons on Ebay that evening, you should have them in-hand before the end of the week so you can take advantage of the store sales before they expire. I can’t say the same for clipping services. If you need bulk coupons in a hurry and you can’t print, download, or buy them from the local paper, then Ebay is where I recommend going!
As with all Ebay purchases, you take a risk buying from a seller who doesn’t have high rankings or a solid positive feedback score. You want to look for Power Sellers. These folks do this for a living, and therefore, customer satisfaction is of the utmost importance. That’s not to say I haven’t found some great buys from individuals. Just be sure you’re making a wise choice. If your gut says “steer clear,” then you better do it!
Another positive thing about buying on Ebay is that you have PayPal’s seller protection. So, if your coupons are delivered way past the date you were told they would be, then you can get your money back from the seller or dispute the charge with PayPal. It’s like a Ebay insurance.