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Honey Still Automatically Applies Coupon Codes, But Now
Rather than hunt for a coupon code when you’re buying something online, the extension will hunt and apply the coupon for you with a single click. And now, they’ve added cash back deals. Honey Still Automatically Applies Coupon Codes, But Now You Can Earn Points, Too. You may also like. Honey Still Automatically Applies Coupon Codes
How Couponing and Deal Hunting Actually Make You Spend
Coupons, deals, and discounts have that power. They encourage you to consume by making you think you’re actually being frugal. It doesn’t mean they’re bad and you should never use them, but for the sake of your finances, it helps to know the difference between deal hunting and true frugality.
How to Save at CVS Now That You Can't Stack Coupons
Under the old system, you could usually use both coupons so long as, according to this example, your total was $35 or more. That’s a stack. But that doubling-up move isn’t possible anymore, because the register system now upholds the fine print that’s been at the bottom of those dollar-off coupons all along: “Limit of one purchase-based coupon, i.e., $4 off $20 purchase, per
The Coupon Rules You Can Bend or Break, and the Stores
When it comes to coupons, the rules of the game are pretty clear. But with just a little gumption, rules like expiration dates, exclusions, and quantity limits can be stretched, or flat out busted, to maximize your savings. Here’s what you need to know.
The Retailers That Send a Coupon Immediately After You
Lots of retailers reward you with a coupon when you subscribe to their email list (and you can use a special email address to keep their junk mail out of your primary inbox). However, some of these retailers won’t send you offers right away, and that’s annoying. Here are the ones that do.