One of the best practices for savvy shopping is using coupons or coupon stacking to get the best possible deals. However, getting these deals requires knowing the best places to find coupons.
So, GOBankingRates has rounded up some of the best online and print companies where you can find extra savings and cashback opportunities.
Signing up for Valpak requires using your current location. What makes this worth it? Sharing your location allows Valpak to customize the coupons you receive in the mail so you can find the best offers right in your neighborhood.
Some of the coupons you can expect to receive from Valpak include grocery coupons, coupon codes valid for major businesses like Walmart and local small businesses. Finding savings at your favorite local establishments — like dry cleaners, auto repair shops and air conditioning and heating repair shops — gives you the chance to save big and support small businesses that make up your community.
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Upon visiting the Groupon website, shoppers are encouraged to sign up for an extra 20% via email. The savings only keep increasing from that point onward.
In addition to finding affordable activities and getaways, Groupon offers coupon codes for merchants like Amazon and Target and local deals for restaurants, shopping and events. Depending on the deal, shoppers can receive up to 75% off on retail, food and drink, beauty and other goods and services. Trying a unique experience or activity can result in up to 40% off in savings.
Earn cash back for free when you become a member of CouponCabin.
This easy-to-use coupon app, a favorite among the many shopping experts quoted on GOBankingRates, offers a coupon for just about everything you need. Find coupons available to use for in-store purchases, promo codes and free shipping on companies ranging from Macy’s to Lowe’s and significant cashback percentage opportunities.
Cash back on CouponCabin works in three easy steps: sign up for free as a CouponCabin member, click on any of the site’s coupons or Shop Now buttons, and shop as you normally would. Within a few hours, cash back will automatically post to your account and you’ll get paid.
As an added bonus, CouponCabin also offers free sample coupons. If you’ve ever been curious about where to get freebies, signing up for free sample coupons will allow you to find great complimentary items, downloads and services.
Rakuten wants shoppers to shop smarter, not harder, and all while earning cash back.
Similar to CouponCabin, shoppers follow a three-step process to become Rakuten members. Sign up for a free account via desktop, the Rakuten app or through their extension. Then, start shopping on the site. As you shop, you can watch your cashback balance grow as Rakuten does the deal-finding for you and pays you afterward via check or PayPal. Finally, get paid for shopping at all your favorite stores.
New members who sign up today receive a $10 welcome bonus when they spend $25 on the site.
Hundreds of deals and coupon savings await shoppers at Slickdeals. The site offers discounts on everything from electronics like computers and televisions, home goods, clothing and accessories and much more.
If you feel like you’re always missing out on great bargains, Slickdeals has the solution. The site offers customers the opportunity to sign up for custom deal alerts by typing in keywords, stores, brands or categories. Slickdeals will then alert you about matching deals and even send over the “deal of the day” so shoppers never miss out again.
Let’s say you are pretty coupon savvy, but sometimes forget to bring your coupons with you to the store.
Downloading SnipSnap to your iPhone or Android helps solve this problem, plus it offers thousands more coupon offers right in the app. Snap the offer you want to use and create a mobile coupon instantly. Show it to your cashier during checkout and save money on the spot. If you have paper coupons, you can take photos of them and upload them to ensure you don’t forget to bring a physical coupon with you.
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