Capital One Shopping (previously Wikibuy) is great tool for earning and saving money as you shop. The Capital One Shopping browser extension automatically redeems discount codes for instant discounts.
The main concept is that you can earn ‘Swagbucks’ in various ways; the big one is completing surveys, but you can also earn by printing off coupons and shopping through their online portal. You can then use your Swagbucks towards gift cards or cashback
Everyone has heard of Amazon, but not many people know about Amazon coupons. If you really want to capitalize on those Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals, you should make it your business to find out.
Coupons.com is one of my personal favorites. You can use the site to get coupon codes. However, if you’d rather print coupons for in-store use, their “click, print and save” method is a breeze.
eBates (now know as Rakuten) is one of the best cashback sites out there. You get anywhere from 3% to 10% cashback on products from more than 1000 online retailers. The cashback rates can sometimes go as high as 40%!
Sunday newspapers come from Smart Source, which is owned by News America Marketing. Again, this is the online version and will have many of the same deals. You can check by ZIP Code for local specials.
The main feature of bradsdeals.com is that all the deals on the homepage are ‘hand-picked’ by the editor – somewhat deceptively, the current editor of the site isn’t Brad himself but a man called Jason F.
Another site with the emphasis on community, Slick Deals welcomes everyone to submit their coupons and deals for others to use. In fact, the coupons are rated for popularity by the votes of the community.