Welcome to another installment of handy money-saving shopping tips! I keep running across interesting shopping advice and resources to share with you. I haven't used these resources yet, but I'd like to introduce you to them all the same.
- Many retailer websites offer coupon codes, providing discounts or benefits like free shipping. Finding those codes can be tricky, but many websites are ready to help you. Search for "coupon," or "code," along with the name of the retailer you're using, and you'll likely turn something up. Or go to currentcodes.com or similar sites to browse through lots of available codes.
A Foolish caveat: While they can make shopping simpler, these sites can sometimes complicate your quest, too. After all, who wants to search through 23,000 results?
For Fools interested in finding even more bargains, here are the previous installments in this series:
- Go Shopping Via Reverse Auctions
- Be a Smart Online Shopper
- Money-Saving Shopping Tips
- More Money-Saving Shopping Tips
If you've got shopping tips of your own send me your own best ideas!
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Longtime Fool contributor Selena Maranjian owns shares of eBay. Amazon.com and Best Buy are Motley Fool Stock Advisor recommendations. Best Buy is also an Inside Value pick. The Motley Fool is Fools writing for Fools.