Have you ever started shopping online on your favorite store’s site and got sick just seeing that ridiculous total? Instead of dumping out your cart, I have a solution! Many of you already knew shopping sites provide you with an option to input a coupon or promo code to get a discount. But, it may be extremely difficult hunting down a good code over the internet. That’s why I’ll give you some great options for searching for coupons to save you some bands.
Personally my favorite and most popular is RetailMeNot. Not only does the site provide official coupons (and super helpful user-submitted ones), it also shows you current deals from your favorite stores and restaurants like Best Buy, Finish Line, and even good ole IHOP. Definitely your best bet to look at first but if you do not see your desired code here, we have some other choices.
Another great contender is Groupon. It’s most popular for “Groupons” which are coupons that you pay in advance for a specific deal you want. In addition, Groupon also has a great normal online coupon section for lists of different codes for you to use.
BONUS* – If you own a business, Groupon is an excellent way to promote your company. You can add your own Groupon deal which acts as a coupon for your specific business.
Lastly, we have FatWallet. From lonely wallet to fat wallet, this site provides many more coupons for you to save money. My only concern is that it doesn’t have all my favorite sites like ASOS. One cool advantage though is that it provides you with city-specific deals right at the navigation bar that you can utilize.
Our end goal is to save money while still receiving a quality product. I hope this article gets you closer to that. To wrap up my first official blog post, I ask you to comment any other great coupon sites/sources I might’ve missed. For other bloggers out there, any constructive criticism is appreciated. Enjoy your savings and be on the lookout for many more posts to come 😀