Coupon and Discount Promo Codes

Top Sites

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Largest coupon provider in the US. Owned by Quotient Technology Inc

Coupons.com

Largest coupon provider in the US. Owned by Quotient Technology Inc

2

Coupons and cash back for online retailers. Owned by J2 Global Inc

RetailMeNot

Coupons and cash back for online retailers. Owned by J2 Global Inc

3

Lots of local deals on restaurants and experiences

Groupon

Lots of local deals on restaurants and experiences

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For Amazon products (see footnote)

Amazon Coupons

For Amazon products (see footnote)

  Advice  

Before you decide on a coupon, check the fine print to make sure you are getting exactly what you need. We recommend using coupons for things you really need. Some couponing websites allow you to install a browser extentions to make online shopping easier. We recommend: Reading the store's policies Using coupons on items with discounted prices Switch up your preferred brands Avoid using every coupon Don't buy something just because it is on sale

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More Websites
(Listed alphabetically)

BeFrugal

Great for beginners. Owned by Capital Intellect Inc

Brad's Deals

Resources on saving money

DontPayFull

Blog with plenty of tips

Hip2Save

Includes list of freebies

Ibotta

Coupons and cash back for groceries and more

Living Social

Local deals in big cities. Owned by Groupon

Rakuten

Japan's biggest eCommerce retailer with cash back offerings

Savings.com

Local and national deals with an online community. Owned by Platinum Equity

SlickDeals

Emphasis on community. Owned by Goldman Sachs Group & Hearst Corp

SmartSource

Printable coupons for everyday items. Owned by News America, a subsidiary of News Corp, led by Rupert & Lachlan Murdoch

Swagbucks

Cash back through surveys. Owned by Prodege LLC

The Krazy Coupon Lady

Helps beginners learn how to coupon

Wikibuy

Offers price comparisons. Owned by Capital One

* Footnote:

Amazon
• The AmazonSmile program donates 0.5% of purchases to your favorite charity, and all you need to do is start your shopping at https://smile.amazon.com.
• Amazon frequently introduces their own products to compete directly with their long-time suppliers. They often pay no federal income taxes (e.g., 2017, 2018).
• Amazon is being investigated on antitrust issues by the US Federal Trade Commission, State Attorneys General & House Subcommittee on Antitrust.