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Old 11-29-2011, 09:57 AM   #1
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Anyone know a good site for discount codes to use while shopping on the interent? I used to have a good site but I can't find it anymore. It listed the discounts by store.

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Old 11-29-2011, 09:59 AM   #2
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I've sometimes checked this one: http://www.retailmenot.com/
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When I am buying I just do a search for the retailer and add the word "coupon". If there is a coupon available, it can usually be found in one of these three;

Free Coupons, coupon codes, online coupons and promotional codes - CouponCabin
http://www.retailmenot.com/
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Old 11-29-2011, 12:22 PM   #5
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Retailmenot is one but if you are a regular internet shopper, you may want to have a RSS feed of fatwallet forums where folks post deals. If you go to the website of your choice (except Amazon) through Fatwallet, you get certain % of your purchase back. For e.g. I made a purchase of $159 on JCPenny through them on Thanksgiving and I got $7 as a cashback. Yeah, looks small amount but I am willing to get every penny back that I can get.
Just to give you an example, through this forum, I got a Norelco shaver for $18, regularly priced at $49. Even head of my current Norelco costs $29.
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Retailmenot is one but if you are a regular internet shopper, you may want to have a RSS feed of fatwallet forums where folks post deals. If you go to the website of your choice (except Amazon) through Fatwallet, you get certain % of your purchase back. For e.g. I made a purchase of $159 on JCPenny through them on Thanksgiving and I got $7 as a cashback. Yeah, looks small amount but I am willing to get every penny back that I can get.
Just to give you an example, through this forum, I got a Norelco shaver for $18, regularly priced at $49. Even head of my current Norelco costs $29.
I use FW also and love the cashback program. It does add up if you remember to shop through it.
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When I am buying I just do a search for the retailer and add the word "coupon". If there is a coupon available, it can usually be found in one of these three;

Free Coupons, coupon codes, online coupons and promotional codes - CouponCabin
http://www.retailmenot.com/
Online Coupons, Online Deals, Coupon Codes
Same here. I'm getting 50% the Christmas mypublisher photobooks I'll be making -- each hardcover book will be about $17. I just googled mypublisher coupon.
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Old 12-02-2011, 08:58 AM   #8
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Thanks for the suggestions. I will check them out. I am looking in particular for a discount code to use at Best Buy. I have some gift cards coming from there and want to use them on a projector. It was on sale on Black Friday weekend but I still hadn't gotten the gift cards yet so I couldn't buy it. Now its back up to regular price!
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