Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Coupons & Online Shopping | Organizing

Do you shop online?

The answer is more than likely yes.

I am sure a lot of people do at least a small percentage of their holiday shopping or maybe even everyday shopping online. I like to shop online and find better deals than what some stores may have to offer (Well, perhaps I also do my shopping online because I don't live in the big city anymore.), but I don't usually settle for the price online. I like to find even more coupons and discounts. I also prefer not to pay shipping if I can, because that usually negates the purpose of saving by shopping online. And, I prefer to get even 5-10% off the prices listed if at all possible.

Have you ever wondered what a promotion code is? I almost always search for promotion codes online before making my final purchase. Amazon is one of my go to shopping sites, but they unfortunately don't offer many promotion codes for things I buy. However, I do shop on many other sites and when I have the option to enter a coupon code or promotion code I do a simple search on Bing or GoogleSome online shopping sites offer a coupon code on the main page (especially during the holiday season) for free shipping with the purchase of a specified amount or maybe even another discounted offer. But, for those sites that don't offer such coupons doesn't mean they aren't out there.

If you are purchasing online think about doing a search in your search engine for the name of the site + promotion code (or coupon code). Several sites will be found such as couponcabin, couponmountain, retailmenot, and the list goes on. Some of the coupons are definitely not legit, but a lot of the sites give you the success rate of the coupon and when the code expires. I have had much success with promotion codes and coupon codes when shopping online. And although 5% might not seem like a lot those pennies add up over time.

Will you search for promotion codes on your next online purchase?

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