Note: And now we pause for a word from our sponsors. :-) This is a compensated review from Couponology.
I’m a big fan of shopping online because of its ease and convenience. But I try to always use online coupons. Online coupon sites are great resources, because they compile all those coupons in one place.
Couponology is one of those sites. I wasn’t aware of it until recently, however. I checked it out as I prepared to write this post and noticed that it had one of the most features that’s most important to me in an online coupon site: ease of navigation.
Here are all the ways you can find coupons and coupon codes on the site:
- Coupons by Store: This is exactly what it sounds like, with stores listed alphabetically. You’ll find coupon codes for many of the stores you probably shop at, including Eddie Bauer, Eastbay, and Foot Locker. You will also find Target coupon codes on the site.
- Coupons by Category: Categories include Apparel & Accessories, Food & Groceries, Travel & Tourism, and everything in between.
- Best Online Coupons: This appears to be a listing of the most valuable coupons on the site.
- Most Popular: These are… well…the most popular.
- Free Shipping Codes: I was so excited to see this listing, because who doesn’t want to find free shipping codes when shopping online?
- Printable Coupons: This section of the site includes coupons you can use in stores. I saw printable coupons for stores like Whole Foods, JCPenney, and Best Buy.
Other features of the site include a search function, a listing of coupons about to expire, and a way to sign up to get weekly email alerts from Couponology.
Do you shop online? Have you used Couponology?