Thursday, August 23

Cutless Coupons

You know how we used to cut out discount coupons just for that small savings in whichever shop were going to used it on? If you’re one that’s keen on getting that ultimate cheapest price for your purchase using coupons, there’s couponchief.com, an online treasure chest of coupons that gives good discounts via electronic coupons on famous brands ranging from everything under the sun.

What I like best is that coupons are displayed according to the item or brand hence no more time wasted browsing those stacks of paper coupons. Great too is that each coupon found there, you’d be assured of its validity, e.g. they aren’t expired, even if so, they'd warn you.

And hey, no scissors required!

Check out examples from these two leading brands:
1) Dell Computer Coupons

2) Gap Apparels

2 Eye Balls:

ashkenne said...

GAP SUCKS. Big time. Overpriced. And BORING BORING BORING.

Lalala.

yellow_monsta said...

lalalalala

*pokes jo*

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