I am an avid online shopper because of the number of coupon codes that are available. Many of which aren’t also available in store. If I can get the same item for 15% to 50% cheaper or more online than I can in my local location, why not shop online instead? Plus, they frown upon it if you try to shop at Kohl’s with coffee breath and no pants. Trust me.
I have always fancied myself a pretty good online shopper. I do my due diligence and search for the best coupon codes available and feel like I often get a good deal. But that, my friends, has gotten even easier! I am not being paid to tell you this nor do I get a referral bonus for this extension. I am sharing it because I just used it for the first time and it was amazing!
Get Online Coupon Codes Quickly & Easily
The extension name says it all: Coupons at Checkout. Instead of having to search for coupon codes before planning your online shopping, you can go straight to the site, fill your cart, then find a coupon with one click. The coupon code area will now be highlighted so you click it and it brings up all of the available coupon codes. Or simply click Find Coupons and it will try all of the available codes and enter the one that gives you maximum savings.
With this Chrome extension, I just scored a Coach purse for $94.99. Yes, you read that right. I finally found the style that I was looking for on ThredUp.com (which is a whole different kind of amazing) in Like New condition for $144.99. Coupons at Checkout then found the best coupon code for me and since this was my first ThredUp order, I was eligible for $50 off my purchase.
If you haven’t used ThredUp before, you really should check it out: $10 off at ThredUp.com.
I am beyond excited to now have this extension in my corner, especially now that my holiday shopping is underway. This will save both time and money, and who doesn’t want more of those?
Have you tried Coupons at Checkout yet? What do you think? If you haven’t, I’d love for you to come back and tell me how much you saved!
— Anti-June Cleaver (@AntiJuneCleaver) October 28, 2016