These websites with help you slash Black Friday prices even more
HOUSTON – Before you hit that checkout button this holiday shopping season, we’ve found five websites and one browser add-on you might want to try to make sure you’re getting the best deal.
This site offers coupon codes for both brick-and-mortar and online stores. Along with a printable coupon section, the site has its own app, which can help you save when you’re already in the checkout line. There is also a tab on the website for Black Friday deals.
This site puts all of your broken promo code fears to rest. The site guarantees its promo code and if it doesn’t work, the site will give you a $25 gift card to Restaurant.com. The site also has a cashback program with more than 3,000 stores. This site also has a Cyber Monday tab.
This site offers coupons both online and in print. The site says it monitors its coupon codes to ensure you’ll most likely get a code that works. Savings.com also has Black Friday and Cyber Monday tabs.
This site is another option to find online coupons that work. On this site, you'll find codes for more than 50,000 retailers. A cool thing about this website is that it will share its revenue with users, meaning if you contribute a coupon to the site, they will pay you 2 percent of the sales they generate.
The Krazy Coupon Lady
This site offers great deals neatly organized in categories. There is a tab that will help you teach you tips on couponing.
This is an add-on for Google Chrome that automatically hooks in to your checkout page. The app automatically functions before you check out to make sure you’ve tried all of the coupon codes it knows are available online. You can accrue cashback based on the retailer because the app gets a commission from the retailer that it says it splits with the consumer.
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