Everyone knows I love to save money. I absolutely can’t stand to pay full price for anything! Having worked as a buyer several years ago, I know what the markup is on most retail. As much as I love saving money though, and try as I might, I just can’t get into the coupon clipping thing.
I use CVS.com and make the most of my Extra Bucks. I use Digital Coupons from Dollar General and will create my shopping list online that can easily convert to saving as the checkout just by punching in my cell phone number before swiping my debit card.
When I stumbled on Honey, I knew this was something I could use, use often and SAVE oodles!
Honey is a popular tool that automatically finds and applies coupon codes for thousands of online stores. And, it offers the potential to save Amazon shoppers oodles of money. It’s totally free! You can get Honey on your browser HERE.
Many people assume Amazon has lower prices than other retailers, especially when you’re a PRIME member – you know you’re getting free two-day shipping, so the savings stacks up. However, any product listed on PRIME might be available through other vendors that happen to sell through Amazon and they may offer a lower price.
That’s where Honey comes in. Once installed, it displays a badge alongside the price, that indicates whether or not you’re seeing the best price. That feature is called Cart Protection. The idea is to catch you before you add a product to your cart and present you with more affordable alternatives.
Honey is available for all major browsers (except Edge and Internet Explorer), and there’s no charge to use it. While I will likely use it most on Amazon, there’s an entire directory of stores you can search and choose from to ensure you are getting the absolute BEST deal to be had on the Internet.
Even if it saves you only a few bucks here and there, it does so quickly and easily. Seems like a no-brainer add-on to me!
If you find some really great deals, I’d love to hear about them. And, if you have some favorite ways to save money – that doesn’t equate to a second full-time job to do so, I’d love to hear those too! Leave your comment here!
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