Sunday, March 04, 2007
We're all familiar with clipping coupons out of the newspaper to use when we go down to the supermarket: hey, if someone's offering free money off something we're already going to buy, then why not take advantage of it?
But how do we find the same sorts of deals online? Obviously, these coupons for the online stores aren't printed in the old style dead tree newspapers: they're online. But, with all those billions upon billion of pages, where can we find them?
One answer, probably the best answer, is through couponchief.com.
They go out and collect all of the online coupons and then make them avalable in one handy place for us. They've over a thousand different stores, as an example have a look at their Best Buy online coupons section. As I write now, there's $150 off certain notebook computers, 15% off WesternDigital hard drives and another 15 or so different offers.
If you're going to be spending the money anyway, to be buying something, it simply makes sense to get money off it if you can, and a regular habit of taking a look at those couons just before you buy something online will save you a lot of money over time.
Posted by Tim Worstall at 9:42:00 am