Why I am repeatedly prompted to install the Coupon Printer in Windows - Microsoft Edge?

Follow the instructions below to see if our suggestions can resolve your issue.


Ensure the Websocket service is running, as the Coupon Printer plugin is not used on Microsoft Edge.

  • Find Local Services by typing the name in the search field, then hit Enter.


  • Locate Coupon Printer Service and confirm the Status is Running and Startup Type is Automatic.


  • If the Status is not shown as above, double click the Coupon Printer Service to edit.
  • Close the Local Services window and go back to to do a test print.


If you continue to get the install prompt, please try using a different browser such as IE, Chrome, or Firefox.


Check for software conflicts.

  • An Internet Security program such as Antivirus, Firewall, Spyware, or Malware may be blocking our install process.
  • Look in the internet security program for one of these listings or menus:

                Add Site
                Web filtering
                Safe Site

  • Once you locate one of these menus, look for an option to add our site as a safe site.

  • Enter each line of text and click add if you have this option.


  • Go back to the site, and hit the refresh icon in the browser to reload the page.

Note: If you are unable to locate this type of setting on the Internet Security software, contact their support department for further assistance.


Ensure you have admin permissions to install on your computer

  • If you are trying to print coupons at work, library, Internet cafe, or university, you may not have administrative permissions required to download and install programs onto the computer you are using.
  • Please contact your network administrator for more information.
  • If you have a home computer, you may find it easier to access and print our coupons there.

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