I don't do coupons as a rule unless I am looking for one for a specific product that I am buying. When I do need one I do a google search such as "dishwasher soap coupon." If you do a sample search like that you could look at the top five results and see if those are good places to start.
erick99 (rep: 38.1k) posted May 23, 2013
I've been searching for deals & coupons for 2 years now. The most honest answer I can give you is that it's one of those skills you learn as you go. Hunting down new promo codes tends to be pretty tedious. An easy way to start is subscribing to a bunch of stores e-mail lists. Stores will sneak codes into any kind of advertising. It just takes time to weed through stuff like that.
Brentheriot (rep: 63.9k) posted May 23, 2013
Just my honest opinion, but I don't think people will share that info as it will lead to others posting before them. My best suggestion is when you receive emails for coupons, or come upon a coupon, do a search in the coupon section to make sure it hasn't been posted, and if its not post it.
LilRed77 (rep: 6.9k) posted May 23, 2013
Honestly, unless your posting from non-common sites, you probably won't be the first to post them. I'd focus on subscribing to emails from the sites you are interested in. Popular sites such as Kohl's, Amazon, Sear's, etc. will be almost instantly posted by one of the users with 100k+ rep in most cases.
If you focus on the less popular sites, you'll have less competition trying to be the first to post.
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