If you haven’t already noticed it, I’ve launched a new coupon page here on the site. This page will highlight many different coupon codes, special offers, and online deals. These offers are brought to you by the wonderful folks at Savings.com. You may have used their deal site before, so if so, you’ll already be familiar with how it works. I was lucky enough to meet with the Savings.com crew at the financial blogger conference this past weekend and they have put together a great resource to allow sites like this one to integrate the coupons seamlessly.
So, how do you get to the deal page? Simple. I’ve added a navigation tab right at the top of ever page as shown here:
Once you get to the deal page you will be presented with some of the most popular offers. And here’s the best part. The deals are continuously update and always current, so you don’t have to wonder whether or not the offer is still going on. I don’t know about you, but one thing I hated about many coupon sites is that you have to jump through a lot of hoops only to find out that the deal has expired. Since these offers are updated behind the scenes and I don’t have to worry about keeping tabs on the status of all of them, you won’t have to worry about wasting your time.
The other great thing is that you have the ability to search by store or keyword, narrow deals down to particular categories, and much more. Here’s what the page looks like:
Pretty slick, right? For now I am just focusing on the main coupon page, but I’ll slowly be rolling out some customized pages tailored to specific products and events. This will come in handy for the holidays for sure. And finally, while you’re checking out the new deals feature, be sure to take a look at the pages I have put up for savings accounts, credit card offers, and mortgage rates. Lots of potential to save money if you know where to look.
Author: Jeremy Vohwinkle
My name is Jeremy Vohwinkle, and I’ve spent a number of years working in the finance industry providing financial advice to regular investors and those participating in employer-sponsored retirement plans.