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Tuesday, July 31, 2012

Why Should You Shop Online?

Do you know why you SHOULD shop online?

Reason # 1:
Coupon Codes or Promo Codes

Lots of Retail Stores have special Coupon Codes/Promo Codes available
Wiki definition of Coupon CodeA code consisting of letters or numbers used to identify an offer associated with a coupon

Coupon Codes can range from:
  • Free Shipping on specific dollar amount purchases (sometimes even with NO Minimum required)
  • Dollar's Off when you spend certain dollar amounts
  • Percentage's Off when you spend certain dollar amounts
  • Free Item with specific item purchases or certain dollar amount
How do you get Coupon Codes/Promo Codes?
  • Sign up for the Retailer's Newsletter
  • Purchase items from the Retailer (many will send out codes to previous customers)
  • Search for Coupon Codes (see below)
 Here are some AWESOME web sites to search for Coupon Codes:
 Reason # 2:
Sales & Clearance Sections on Retailer's Websites

Trends show that some Retailer's place certain products on Sale/Clearance on their websites BEFORE they do in their Retail Stores.

At times, Retailer's place items that do NOT normally go on sale in stores at a discount price on their website only.

Combining Retailer's Websites Sales & Clearance along with Coupon Codes can get you the very BEST DEALS around! Which helps in stretching the almighty dollar and staying frugally minded!

Reason #3:
Larger Selection

Most Retailer's carry a Larger Selection of products on their websites compared to what they carry in their Retail Store's.
This gives you a better selection, more variety, and the options for different colors/styles/sizes.


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Hi! My name is Patty, and I live in the Midwest; Iowa to be exact. I love WOM (Word-of-Mouth) and love sharing my opinions on things, including products, deals I find, and life with my readers. Welcome to my blog!
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