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Recently we were introduced to, a site dedicated to bringing current coupon codes for online shopping to everyone. literally has tons and tons of stores in their database for just about everything.  And who doesn't want to save money on everything!?  We certainly do!!  In fact, they have 50,000 coupons for over 15000 stores.  Wow!!

The site is very easy to navigate and search by either store name, popular tags or alphabetically.  There is also a tutorial for redeeming coupon codes.  Although there are many of us out there who are savvy with couponing and coupon codes, there are just as many who are confused about how to use them.  My non-couponing family and friends are often bewildered about things like coupon codes so to see the tutorial was a very nice touch.  

We embarked on a little 'test' just to see how easy it was to use  I had promised my daughter a "Mommy-Daughter" night which included dinner out at a restaurant.  First, I headed over to to see what the current discount codes were and if they were included in the database.  Yes, there was a long list of codes!  I chose one of the discount codes and no, it was not valid.  But I didn't fret and just clicked the "X" for "did this coupon work?".  This helps future guests know if the coupon was valid... or not.  I selected another coupon code from the list and it worked perfectly to get 70% off my purchase.  This time I got to click the "green check" for "did this coupon work?".  All in all, very very easy to use.

By the way, we had a very nice mommy-daughter night.  I was certainly thrilled that I was able to get our meal for nearly half-price thanks to  We tried a new restaurant and it was very good.  I did, however, forget to take photos of our lovely Italian meals before we chowed down because we were talking so much!

In addition, makes sharing a coupon code easy.  Just click the "submit a coupon" tab on the top menu bar and fill out the form.  We've seen some coupon sharing sites that make it difficult to submit a deal so this is a great feature.  They also have what they call the Pays-2-Share Program which pays you 2% of the sales for each coupon you upload and share when you join.  We like that this creates a sense of community and pride.. and in this economy, every penny counts!

We would certainly recommend when you're looking for an online coupon code as well as a great place to share coupon codes that you have found. 

You can find them on the internet at and on Facebook also!  Don't forget to add them to your bookmarks!

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Hi Wendy,
Thanks for stopping by from the blog hop! I'm following back!

I'll be checking out I have never heard of it before!

Great blog!
Rachel said…
Hi Wendy
Stopping by from the blog hop...Thank you for the great link hope you will follow back.
Having a bunny giveaway on my blog page
Come over and visit us
Sincerely ♥Rachel
Maggie said…
Thanks for the great info!! I will have to check it out. Who doesn't like to save money?

I am a new follower from the blog hop. I would love it if you could check out my new blog
Katie said…
New follower (#300!) from the I love my online friends monday hop! Please check out my blog at
(ps i love your network icons, so cute!)
Monica said…
I’m now a GFC follower from the I Love My Online Friends blog hop. Hope you have a chance to check out my blog and maybe follow me back!!
Hello, new follower from Monday Hop...would love a return follow when you can.
Bernadette said…
Hi,I'm from the "I love my Online Friends Monday Hop" :)
maiylah said…
hi! came from the same blog hop as Bernadette (I love my Online Friends Monday Hop) and followed you. hope you can follow back! :)

many thanks!
Jill said…
Found you through the blog hop. I'm following you now and hope you'll stop by my blog sometime too!
have a great week!
Anja M. said…
I found you through the “I Love My Online Friends Monday Hop!”. Thanks for co-hosting.

I am a follower on GFC. (Anja M.)

Hope you will follow me back at This and That
I am a new follower thanks to the "I Love My Online Friends" blog hop! I have never heard of -- looking forward to checking it out!
Thank you:)
Miranda said…
Hi Wendy,
great you and your daughter got some time out together those "dates" are so important! Your blog is very cute and I love the shop for Japan and art links! I found you on the Monday blog hop and am following now! You can visit me at:
Thanks- Miranda
Sleppery said…
Newest follower from the I Love My Online Friends Monday Blog Hop!
Come return the visit when you have the chance :)
The Sleppery Mind
Alex said…
Hi there! :) Awesome blog! I am your newest follower :D

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A.Marie said…
Hi there! I came over here from the blog hop! Love you blog! It is amazing!!! I also am now following you on GFC! :)
doreen said…
Hi I am visiting and following from I love my online friends. Thank you for sharing coupon chief I cannot wait to try it.
I hope your week is off to a good start.
Sissy said…
Great Sharing! And I would love to add one more findings that is about I admire this site for the latest coupon codes ranging from Best Bully Sticks Coupons,

Pandawill Coupons, to Target Coupons as well as Apperal Coupons along with Beauty Coupons.

Your shopping and saving from will force you to bookmark it. Take a tour!

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