Here are the Top 10 Ways Home Buyers & Sellers Can Save a Buck On-Line After the Sale
It's that time of year. The kids are back to school, freshman are off to college and you are back into the swing of things at work. SO whats missing?
Wouldn't it be nice to save a buck or two on-line after buying or selling your home? Everyone checks the local papers for deals, coupons, discounts etc. But how many of you are using the internet to save money. Need extra school supplies, teacher supplies, clothing, new decorations for the home? I know some of you are shopping for the holidays already.
In order to save buck or two on-line after the sale all you have to do is click on the links below to check out the websites. Since I have already been using almost all of them in some form for several years you can be sure there are no virus, bugs, trojans tracking you etc. Some do require you to register, but here's what I recommend. Go to gmail, yahoo, or create a dummy road runner account for use just for these websites. Everything will go to it and not overtake your normal email.
1. Brad's Deals Type in the name of a store, brand, item you are looking for. They have tabs for the most popular and newest deals. Sometimes you have to type in a promo code, other times just clicking on the link for deals. This is probably my favorite site for discounts and deals.
2. The Krazy Coupon Lady Great website for grocery shopping coupons, CVS, Rite Aide, Target, and many other local stores. They also show you how to use the coupons with rebates, coupon doubling etc. On the right tab is the printable coupons in alphabetical order.
3. Budget Savvy Diva Another coupon website with many local store coupons, and deals. Use the tabs at the top to search.
4. Saving with Shellie Shellie has a variety of on-line deals and coupon codes you can use at local retailers and on-line retailers. They highlight one day deals, freebies and restaurant bargains.
5. Target Coupons Target has a very small link at the bottom of their website where you can click on the coupons link. I have created a link on "target coupons". you can use both a target store coupon with a sunday paper coupon together.
6. Walmart Coupons Just like target, Walmart has a very small hyperlink at the bottom of the home page with a printable coupons link.
7. Redplum Grocery coupons that are printable. You can find most of these on The Krazy Coupon Lady website. You can change the zip code on the top of the page as well. In case you do not get the paper, this is another way and also for extra coupons.
8. Smart Source Coupons This is usually the larger coupon insert in the Sunday paper. You click on all the coupons you want to print, then click print. There is a maximum limit on printing coupons.
9. RiteAide Coupons This site asks that you watch 30 second promos for the company in exchange for getting coupons to print. I usually mute or lower the volume and then print the coupon.
10. Couponing 101 Another variety of coupons to print, both on-line and in store. Lots of freebies and a section for learning to coupon.