Grocery Circular Roundup Frequently Asked Questions

What is Grocery Circular Roundup?

Saving on your groceries just got a whole lot easier! Grocery Circular Roundup lets you browse both coupons and your local grocery circulars online, or search for deals and coupons based on your weekly shopping list.  We designed it with one thing in mind: to make saving on groceries quicker and easier.

How do I get started?

Start by entering your zip code and clicking “Update.” The first results to appear will be items on sale at stores near you, as well as coupons. You can sort the results by store, category (bread, meat, pasta, etc.) or both.

You can also search for deals on specific items and brands on your shopping list by clicking the "Search By Item" tab. Type your grocery list or individual items by type (cereal) or brand name (Cheerios) to see what's on sale near you. Hit return after each item. When you click “Find Savings,” you’ll see all the stores in your area with deals on the items you searched, followed by specific deals organized by category.

How do I change my location?

To change your location, click the “Update Your Location” link that appears next to your current city. You can find this above “Choose Store” in the “Browse Circulars” tab and above the text box in the “Search by Item” tab.

Why isn’t my favorite grocery store listed in the results?

We're currently indexing over 200 grocery retailer's weekly ad circulars across the entire USA, and we're constantly adding new chains. If you don't see your local store, it's probably because we haven't gotten to it yet. If you have a specific request, please let us know here: coverage@groceryserver.com. Don't forget to give us the chain/store name and it's geographic location.

Why isn't Walmart listed in my store results?

Walmart releases a circular only once a month (most major grocery chains release weekly circulars). In order to provide you with the most up-to-date information, we feature Walmart deals during the week that circular is released, usually the last week of every month.

Can I add coupons to my search?

If a coupon relevant to your search is available, it will automatically appear in your results.

You also have the option to search by printable coupon only: just select “Printable Coupons” from the dropdown under “Category” in the “Browse Circulars” tab.

Why am I sent to a different section to print coupons?

Right now all coupons are housed in AllYou.com’s coupon index, which is where you’ll print your selections.

Why didn’t my coupons print with my list?

There are a few reasons why this may have happened.

If you’ve added coupons to your shopping list, you must print them separately in order to use them at your local store. To print coupons with barcodes, return to the “Your Shopping List” tab and click the “Print Coupons” link above the first category on your list. You’ll be taken to our coupon index where you can print your selected coupons.

Other reasons you may be having trouble printing coupons include:

*You don't have a default printer or your printer isn't ready: You must have a default printer selected for your computer, and it must be a real, paper-based printer, not a virtual fax machine or file printer or PDF creator. Follow the instructions that came with your computer for setting up your printer. Also, make sure your printer is turned on, loaded with paper, has enough toner or ink, etc. If your printer is a multi-function device (print, fax, copy, scan) please make sure the default printer is the print function, not the fax function.

*Your operating system or browser is incompatible: Coupon printing is currently supported on Windows Operating Systems Vista, XP, and 2000 when used with Internet Explorer 6+, FireFox 1+ Netscape 8+, and most MSN and AOL browsers. If you are unable to print when using an MSN, AOL, or Compuserve browser, please try printing your coupon using Internet Explorer 6+. Coupon printing is currently supported on Macintosh OSX 10.3 or higher when used with Safari. Coupon printing is not supported on Linux or WebTV.

*You did not install the Coupon Printer: In order to print Digital FSI coupons you need to download and install the Coupon Printer. It's free, safe and easy to use. It does not install any form of spyware or adware or collect any personal information about you. Once it has been downloaded and installed, a process that only takes a few seconds, you will be able to print coupons from our site and from emails you might receive.

Can I access my shopping list the next time I use Grocery Circular Roundup?

If you use the same computer and do not clear your history, your most recent list should be intact the next time you use Grocery Circular Roundup.

Can I get weekly email alerts?

Yes! Sign up for our weekly newsletter to get your weekly grocery deals by email. Just click the “Get Your Grocery Deals by Email” link, found in the “Browse Circulars” and “Your Shopping List” tabs.

Can I get Grocery Circular Roundup on my phone?

Yes! Simply visit allyou.com/grocerycircular on your mobile device.

If I create a shopping list on my mobile device, can I access it on my home computer later?

Yes, but only if you email the shopping list to yourself from your mobile device, and open it on your home computer.  When you build a list on your mobile device, it does not automatically save on your home computer. If you want to see it, edit it, or print it at home, you must email the list from your mobile device to your personal email address first.

Can I print coupons from my mobile device?

No.  If you want to print coupons associated with the list you made on your mobile device, you must first email the shopping list to yourself from your mobile device, and open it on your home computer.  You can then print your list and all coupons associated with it.

When I’m using Grocery Circular Roundup on my mobile device in my local grocery store, it doesn’t always work. Sometimes it just hangs there – why?

You need to have an internet connection to use Grocery Circular Roundup on your mobile device, and sometimes if you’re in a grocery store, it’s difficult to get an internet signal.  You can try moving to a different aisle or to the front of the store.