Since a few years ago I became a big fan of coupons , at first it was kind of difficult to remember print the coupon every time that I went to the store , but then I realized that coupons can make you save a lot of money. So I decided to search online coupons to use it in the supermarket and online.
So I want to share with you guys my list of fantastic websites where I love to sneak to find my coupons 🙂
My favorite places are:
RetailMeNot.com — In addition to providing you information on coupons you can use online, this site also shows you how many people have been successful using each coupon and their comments. You can have your browser automatically inform you of sites with discounts already shared on RetailMeNot.com with theRetailMeNot 2.2 Firefox plugin.
BTW if you register in retailmenot.com using this link http://retailmenot.extole.com/a/clk/l8wjN you can enter to the $1000 giveaway plus 40 fabulous weekly prizes. You’ll receive an additional entry for each friend that signs up.
Ebates.com is the pioneer and leader of online Cash Back Shopping. I looove this place, here you can earn 3,5 or 6% cash back by purchasing in your favorites online stores like kohls.com, express, tigerdirect.com, amazon.com and more , I really love it. you can give it a try and register with this link http://www.ebates.com/rf.do?referrerid=vFECYdR0zASsGazOhcV6kQ%3D%3D Earn $5 for every new member…so you can use my link, please pleaseee!!!
FreeShipping.org — While this site is pretty specialized, it’s especially useful: it has coupons for free shipping from more than 800 stores.
and if you want to go to the supermarket :
CouponCabin.com — Most coupons have an expiration date, but the deals on this site are often open-ended. It also lists time-sensitive coupon codes for online shopping.
CouponMom.com — The first thing you see if you sign up with this site is a free eBook, Cut Your Grocery Bill in Half. It’s a guide to using the many coupons on the site effectively.
Coupons.com — Pretty much every coupon in your local Sunday paper will be up on this site. You can skip buying the paper and just print the coupons out here.
Savings.com — Rather than letting anyone vote a coupon up or down, this site takes a different approach to social coupon clipping: there are separate votes from site members and staff, creating two top coupon lists.