Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Sweet and Saver-y

Back in the days before America (and everyone else) went broke, one could freely and happily pay full price for online purchases and shell out for the shipping oneself without giving it a second thought. But in this post-recession world, paying for anything one doesn't have to just seems sheer lunacy.

Every online retailer from J. Crew to Moosejaw to Pottery Barn send out special promotional codes for discounts or free shipping to their customers. Happily, some generous, altruistic souls out there have gathered together all of those tricky promo coupon codes onto centralized websites, making it unbelievably easy to find them when you need one.

Here are some of the best sites for finding promo codes, but usually your best bet is just to google "promo code" and the name of your chosen online retailer. So you can shop til you drop without all the guilt.

Retail Me Not
Coupon Cabin
PromotionalCodes.com
Coupon Album
CouponCode.com

Also: Check out the new site Groupon.com, where you can sign up to receive their newsletter. Every day, they send you an email with a new highly discounted offer in your area.

2 comments:

John William said...

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Jennifer said...

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