Getting the items or services I want at the lowest prices possible always makes me feel good. Why pay more when you can pay less, right? Deal alerts. Insider programs. You name it. I’m signed up for it. My email account has become so flooded with offers, though, that I can’t even keep track of them. And, sometimes, I miss important chances to save more, like when I didn’t use an available coupon when booking my travel arrangements recently via Travelocity. Darn it!
Since then, I’ve started using Groupon Coupons, a free service that conveniently rounds up all the current coupons and offers at over 9000 retailers. If you’re like me, you’ve probably purchased a groupon or two or three. Groupon Coupons is a newer service offered by the same Groupon company you’ve always known.
What I especially appreciate about Groupon Coupons is that the service covers coupons in several categories. Coupons from my favorite fashion retailers, from J.Crew to Saks Off Fifth to 6PM, are stored. When I need to get something from PetSmart for my puppy Nevis, I can use the same service to grab any available coupons. When I prepare my family’s taxes (which I still need to do), I can save more with a TurboTax coupon.
Last Saturday, I was in Target. I don’t even remember what I was shopping for. But, I ended up picking up clothing. I think I’m a fairly savvy Target shopper. Cartwheel. Check. Red Card. Check. I almost always forget to check for mobile coupons though. On a whim, I checked the Target page on Groupon Coupons and to my surprise (and luck), there was a coupon on clothing. Score!
That travelocity coupon I missed? Let’s just say I know where to look before making any online travel purchases again.
Have a purchase to make? Check Groupon Coupons first. It’s free and it just might save you some money.
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by Groupon Coupons. As always, the opinions, ideas, and images are my own.