Why would you pay full price if you could save a little money while shopping? Most people hunt for deals when purchasing products online or in the store—it’s not even hard to do. The websites discussed below are the best when it comes to finding online coupons and deals.
Retail Me Not
Retail Me Not is one of the giants in the coupon and deal space. It offers a vast number of online coupons, printable coupons, and free-shipping deals. One of the strengths of Retail Me Not is its thriving community. Thousands of users of the website take part in the community and submit and share the coupons they find. To give you some perspective, the top contributor in the community has submitted over 2000 coupons and saved $500,000 for others.
Recently, Retail Me Not also launched a browser extension named Genie. Once installed, Genie automatically hunts for coupons and deals in the background while you continue shopping online as usual.
Coupons.com claims to be the largest provider of digital coupons in the United States. Their website lists hundreds of thousands of coupons, hundreds of stores, and cashback offers on their website. Their website experience is similar to that of real coupon clipping. Instead of picking one coupon at a time, you can select all the coupons you want to use, and they are added to your coupon cart.
Their home page shows the total amount of savings available through the coupons, so you know if you’re leaving money at the table. Once you’ve clipped enough coupons, you can print all of them in one go and then use them for your shopping needs.
Groupon and Living Social
Groupon is one of the more popular deal sites out there. If you’ve done any deal hunting, then you’ve come across Groupon. It covers a wide variety of businesses, including technology, clothing, food, services and more.
Instead of giving away coupons for you to download and print, Groupon lets you purchase the deal directly on their site. There is no additional fee, so all your money is going to the deal. Depending on the deal, you might have to download and print a receipt to use, and sometimes you might get an email which will be more than enough to get the discounted price.
Living Social is an online deal website similar to Groupon. In fact, you’ll find that a lot of same deals on both sites. That is because both these websites started as competitors, but Groupon acquired Living Social in 2016 and continued to operate it as a separate business. But, not all the deals on Living Social are from Groupon, so it’s worth checking both of them out to get the best deal.
Many people are surprised to know that Amazon themselves lists a variety of coupons on their website. The deals are for products listed on Amazon, of course, so keep that in mind before you start hunting for a bargain.
Once you find a deal you like, click the Clip Coupon button (you’ll need to be signed in) and it’ll be clipped to your cart, and all the eligible products will be displayed on the screen. Any eligible product that you add to your cart will reflect the discounted price.
Free Shipping was started by a couple who hated to pay for shipping. Together, they set out to find websites that offered free shipping by themselves or with the help of coupons. Over time, the site has transformed into an online deal and coupon site with discounts from hundreds of retailers. The website is clean, easy to use, and you can find coupons for your favorite websites easily. If you hate paying for shipping too, check them out.
TheKrazyCouponLady is a fantastic website that can help you save money no matter what you’re shopping for. You can find coupons listed by store, by category, or by specific deals. The number of coupons on the site is massive—they have over 4000 coupons just for grocery shoppers.
Once you’ve saved a bunch of money by using their coupons, you can post about your savings in the brag section of the site. Apart from just listing coupons, they also have a helpful blog that focuses on teaching couponing, budgeting, saving hacks, and more.
These are our favorite websites to find the best deals and coupons. As all websites offer different deals, we recommend that you try them all a few times to find the ones you prefer. Once you do, make sure to let us know your favorites in the comments below.
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