Not a website, but if
you plan on making purchases from certain stores in the future, sign up for
their email lists! This can fill your inbox fast, though, so I recommend making
an email account that is only for shopping. When my friends started having
babies, I signed up for www.babiesrus.com email list. They send out 20% off
coupons CONSTANTLY. I would never buy something full price from BRU. Other
websites offer similar email savings codes.
Also, not a direct
answer, but I would combine online coupons and savings with miles/card points.
For example, if you are a Delta member go to www.skymilesshopping.com to find
the online retailer you want and follow their link before purchasing. You get
miles and it doesn't cost anything extra and it can be combined with other
offers. Likewise, for straight-up cash back, certain banks have a similar
setup. One example is USAA. If you use their portal to reach the website you
are shopping from and use a USAA debit or credit card for the purchase, you
will earn cash back. Again, this can be combined with coupons and special
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