CouponWinner.com – One Stop Online Coupon Shop

by Justin Weinger on April 12, 2007

I’m 25 years old and I’m a coupon addict.  Seriously, if I go to the store and I buy something, I feel like I’ve cheated myself if I haven’t used a coupon.

Unfortunately, over the past year or so I’ve been doing a lot of my shopping online and I haven’t been able to take advantage of my coupon clipping skills. 

While I had heard of websites that specialized in aggregating online coupons until recently I hadn’t been able to find one that was particularly helpful.  The reason being, the sites that had a lot of the useful coupons required you to pay for a subscription and the free sites didn’t seem to have any useful coupons.

Thankfully, the other day I came across a great, free website called Coupon Winner, which has coupons for online stores such as Target, Blue Nile, 1-800 Flowers, the Apple Store, Dell – anyway, you get the point.

The coupons that they have are pretty good deals, too.  In looking through the site, the coupons range from free shipping to 25% off your entire order.  Like I said, pretty good stuff.

Best of all, the site’s incredibly easy to use.  After you find the deal that you’re looking for simply click the coupon link, shop at the corresponding site, and when you go to check out the deal is applied towards your purchase.

There’s really no reason why you shouldn’t check out Coupon Winner before you make ANY purchase online.

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{ 6 comments }

Saving Simply April 13, 2007 at 12:11 pm

Hey, thanks for the tip.

cc April 14, 2007 at 4:45 pm

Yeah, thanks for the tip. I like saving money too!

Traci April 17, 2007 at 10:39 am

I don’t shop online without first looking for a coupon either, but I usually go to edealinfo.com. It’s best for electronics, but many of the major retailers are listed with current coupon codes.

Michael April 18, 2007 at 5:53 am

When I buy things online, and I go to checkout, if there is a promo code box I stop right there and open another tab in firefox. I then search google for “company name promo code”, and I will almost always find one to use. Last night I bought an item on sale at petco.com for 89.99. When it was all said and done, I paid 83 something (including shipping) because I took about ten extra seconds to search for “petco promo code” and found a 15% off code in the first results on google. I also used the $10 off Google Checkout for first time buyers. Needless to say, I was dang proud of myself.

Angela November 7, 2008 at 6:16 pm

My favorite website is PriceAlerter.com Coupons can sometimes be deceptive so it is necessary to check the prices from more than one merchant. Often merchants compete with each other and you may end up getting a better deal without coupon.

lifeisgood November 21, 2008 at 12:20 pm

Thanks for the great tips on online shopping.

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