Look Beyond Circulars for Coupons

Everyone likes to save money, and coupons are a great idea in practice. Except … how many coupons would you like to try and stash in your pocket or purse at any given time? And how much time would you like to devote to finding coupons that actually are for items you’ll buy? There are entire books devoted to this topic. Trust me. I’ve done freelance book reviews on them; it’s a rather intricate process.

I use paper coupons from time to time for groceries, but what about some discounts for items you may purchase online, like clothes, electronics, etc.?

Well, enter CouponChief.com.  Certainly not the only website that offers this type of service, but a slick place to come look for coupon codes that you enter in when you are purchasing items online. It has hundreds, if not thousands, of different stores of all types, so you can find virtually anything you’d need here.

In case you’re not entirely sure how this whole coupon thing works, don’t worry. CouponChief.com’s got you covered. It has a page that lists the process step by step, and even a video that gives further explanation.

Another cool feature is its “Pays-2-Share” offer. Basically, you can upload coupons and receive 2 percent for every sale made by someone who utilizes your coupon. Not bad if you can swing it.

Now, I don’t want you to believe that your entire personal finance strategy should involve coupons, but every little bit can help. Websites like CouponChief.com can help streamline the process of saving some money, and even make you some in the process if you feel so inclined.

That’s a win-win most people can ill afford to pass up ever, especially today. Do you search for coupon codes online? Where do you look? How has it worked for you thus far?

(Legal/Ethical Disclaimer: While I was approached by a company representative to take a look and possibly review CouponChief.com, I was not compensated in any way for this review. My thoughts and conclusions are entirely my own, and this post was not sent to CouponChief.com for viewing before being published on my blog.)


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