Finding Even Better Deals Online

When shopping online, items are placed in a virtual shopping cart. At checkout time, sites often ask whether you have a promotional code. Just because you don’t have one doesn’t mean you can’t find one. An article in the _Morning Call_ on 11/12 suggested this strategy: When you’re asked for a promotional code keep that page open while opening a new browser window or a new tab. Then use a search engine and type in the name of the retailer, the word “code,” and other terms like “promotional,” “discounts,” or “coupon.” Or try looking for codes on sites like “CouponCabin”:, “CouponMountain”:, “”:, and “”: There’s a good chance you’ll find a code you can use.
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p(matt). These sites have more than just promotional codes. They have printable coupons, links to retailers offering special deals, and more. However, as the article pointed out, keep in mind that a deal isn’t a deal unless you were going to buy the item anyway. It’s all too easy to spend more than we should by taking advantage of all those “money-saving” deals.

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