I’m a longtime fan of bug me not, a solution to having to register to view the articles at news sites, and now I’m a fan of another web site created by the team (at least that’s my assumption, and if it’s not done by the same group, they have some explaining to do because it’s almost a complete replica of bug me not).
The site is called retail me not, which is a pretty weak domain, but don’t let that stop you from getting coupon codes. You know when you’re buying something and it asks if you have a coupon code and you feel like you’re getting gypped because you don’t have one?
Well now you can get one. Just go to the site and enter the URL of the store to get coupon codes and as a result, discounts.
Here’s their description.
Many online stores allow for a “coupon” or “promotion” code when you order to automatically assign discounts, deals and freebies (kinda like money for nothing). RetailMeNot.com is a place for finding and sharing these coupon codes.
So… when you buy online, check here for discounts first!
To give you a taste, here’s one I just received in the mail (the normal mail, not e-mail). It’s a Netflix offer for a 30-day free trial. Go to www.netflix.com/specialoffer and enter the following code: FreeTrial30.