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Thursday, December 13, 2007

Are you leaving money on the table?

How often have you gotten to the checkout area at an online store, saw the area for coupon and wished you had one? I search out many coupon sites but too many of them want to overwhelm you with spam and or offers. The only one I have found that works well is:
I have used several coupons from their site and had them work. A couple have not worked but frankly their success rate is way better than any other coupon site I have used. I ordered a data cable for my new phone from wireless emporium today and when checking out they asked for coupons. I went to retailmenot and found a coupons and saved $1.80. Sure, that isn’t an enormous sum but better in my pocket than in theirs’. So the next time you hit the checkout page and see an open form field for coupon, check out retailmenot.com and perhaps you too will save some money.

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