One way consumers can get manufacturer's coupons mailed to them is to write to the manufacturer directly expressing interest in the product. Customers can also send inquiries via email, or by posting on social media sites.
Consumers may also get manufacturer's coupons in the mail if they send in a complaint to the manufacturer directly. For example, if a customer had a problem with a specific product and complained to the manufacturer about the problem, she may receive coupons for the same or different products via mail. Some manufacturers also give consumers the option to register with the official website to receive coupons and deals.
A directory of manufacturers that have been known to send coupons via mail, as well as links to contact information to these companies, is available on FreeCoupons.com.
Another option that consumers have for receiving manufacturer's coupons via mail is to register for sites such as Right at Home by SC Johnson, P&G eSaver and Box Tops for Education. While these sites focus on one specific brand of products, they also have multiple product lines available. An example of this is the Box Tops for Education site. The main manufacturer is General Mills, but customers may receive coupons for cereals, Pillsbury products and Betty Crocker products.