The Internet is a wonderful tool and I love saving money while purchasing things online. The beauty about it is in order to save money or find coupons you don’t have to cut them out of your Sunday paper or print them out from specific websites. Nowadays all you need to do is type in a promo code when you’re checking out on that website and your discount is applied.
Any time I make a purchase online let it be from sites like Amazon.com, 1-800-flowers.com, myfax.com, or one of the many others I almost always save money. When I order flowers online, I never pay full price. I always find a coupon for 10% off or free shipping at a minimum. I can’t tell you how many times this method has saved me a little bit of money each time I purchase something online. Now it may not seem like much, but if you shop online as often as I do, the savings add up quickly.
The method I go about doing this is not a fancy trick or cheating the system in any way it’s rather just a smart way to save yourself a few extra bucks. The secret? Go to Google and search specifically for something like “myfax promo code” or “1-800-flowers coupon code” and more often than not you’ll get a long list of several sites that have discounts or free shipping by just clicking on the links. Sometimes you might just have to copy down the promo code or coupon code and then type it into the site when you’re checking out.
So do yourself a favor — next time you’re shopping online before you actually check out — go to Google and try to track down a coupon or promo code for that specific site. Sometimes you might have to try several different coupon codes before you get one that is still valid but after a while you’ll figure out what works best for you.