Isn’t it crazy how we all go from summer mode to back to school mode in about two seconds flat? Well, get ready, because in the next week or so it is going to begin happening! The easiest way that I have found is to shop online for your school supplies. No crowds, no items out of stock and it is on your own time. Today I’m going to share with you a new program from Coupons.com called the Savings Guarantee and it is the best way to save on school supplies online!
What is the Coupons.com “Savings Guarantee”?
Just shop! Do your normal shopping, but before you checkout be sure to heck Coupons.com for an online coupon code. No need to check multiple places, because they have the best codes! But, if you happen to find a code that Coupons.com doesn’t have, they reward you for helping other shoppers save some money. Easy!
How does the “Savings Guarantee” work?
If you find a coupon code that Coupons.com doesn’t have, then Coupons.com will reward you $25. During the month of July, Coupons.com is doubling the reward, making it $50! *Starting in August, it will go back to a $25 reward. That’s a lot of money for submitting a coupon code!
I know that I am getting the best deals when I use Coupons.com. And now with the help of the whole frugal loving universe out there sending in codes that they find, I can shop with even more confidence. And hey, an extra $50 could buy quite a few school supplies if you submit your own code!
Like all price-matching or price guarantee offers, there are a few exclusions to the Coupons.com Savings Guarantee, but honestly you probably could have guessed that these codes would not work. For example:
- Codes that are exclusive to another website.
- Codes that provides the same discount as one that is already listed.
- Personal referral codes or a one-time use code.
- Non-code offers such as grocery coupons, in-store coupons, or discounts embedded in a link.
Are you ready to shop and save money?
Learn more about the Savings Guarantee and how you can earn $50 HERE.
This post was written by me on behalf of Coupons.com. All thoughts and ideas are my own.