03 July 2006

Free coupon codes for online purchases

Currentcodes.com lists promotional and coupon codes for hundreds of well-known retailers, potentially saving you money each time you shop online. From the home page:

Currentcodes.com has a full-time staff of trained individuals whose only job is to find new coupon codes and discount codes and verify the accuracy of the existing database. We don't flood you with ads and we don't throw deals in your face. No hype, just current codes.

[Via Get Rich Slowly]

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Thanks for the tip! I never buy anything online anymore without checking for codes.

If you Google "(storename) coupon code" you can also come up with them quickly.

I've also found that a lot of the "deal" sites allow you to subscribe to an RSS feed for the particular stores you like. That way, when a new coupon becomes available, it shows up right on your aggregator (my.yahoo, etc.).

I use http://www.evreward.com to find not only coupon codes but also cash back rebates for all my online purchases. Their bookmarklet is especially handy to see what's available for a particular store. When I'm at a store, I just click on the bookmarklet and I'm taken straight to evreward's page that lists coupon codes and tons of shopping rewards for that store.

I usually purchase items online at one of the best coupons site CouponAlbum and got many discounts there. You can also try this site for best shopping. Enjoy it's offers!!!!

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