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Thursday, March 26, 2009

I'd Rather Be Shopping

Why pay full price if you don't have to? With this site, you can now stay on top of coupons for all your favorite online stores. Not only does this site offer great coupons for many online shops, but after checking out the About Us section, you'll find that they offer great customer service as well. If you have any problems using a coupon, you can e-mail them and they^D>'ll be happy to help you out!

On the main page, you'll find featured coupons, coupon categories, coupons of the day and popular coupons. If you look to the right, you'll find the Coupon of the Day, printable coupons and the area where you can sign up for their email list. Along the top of the page, you'll find these navigation tabs:

  • Today's Coupons: Clicking on this tab will bring you back to the main page from any other section.
  • Coupons by All Stores: Under this tab, you'll find a listing of coupons alphabetized by store. That's a great way to browse the stores if you're looking for specific ones.
  • How Coupons Work: This section explains how online coupons work. It's a great section for anyone to check out, especially if you've never used an online coupon before.
  • Shopping Articles: Here you'll find articles either written by or hand picked by the site owner. The articles pertain to online shopping and coupons.

If you're going to be doing any online shopping, it's likely you can find a coupon here to save yourself some money. Check it out!

Click this link to visit http://www.rather-be-shopping.com.

Coupons at FatWallet

Deal-finding website FatWallet.com has always had an excellent forum for saving cash, and while that makes it cool, the site's coupon search helps you avoid digging through forum posts and unreadable graphics to find good deals.

Using it is simple: Just head over to the FatWallet homepage or the coupons search page, enter the name of a store you'd like to save some cash, and see what results you can find. Sites have covered this territory before, but it's great to see a site with as rich of a database of coupons as FatWallet offer this kind of simplified coupon search.

Click this link to visit the coupon search page of FatWallet.com

1 comment:

AnimeshSingh said...

yeah,you are right if there is any coupon codes or discount available on products deals then why we gives full amount,coupon is better way to save your money.

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