One Easy Way To Save Money This Holiday Season

Before I buy anything, I’m usually looking for the best deal. I’m self-employed now so my money needs to stretch. This involves pricing an item at a couple different retailers and factoring in shipping if necessary.

What I always, always do is search online for a coupon code at a site like Coupon Codes. Since Black Friday and Cyber Monday are around the corner, it would be great to go online before you head out to see where the best deals are. You can search by retailer or by category.

If you’re one of those people who likes to have a game plan before you head out to do Black Friday shopping you can use CouponCodes4U to print your coupons and be ready to go. I’m not heading out for Black Friday this year, but I went a couple years ago completely unprepared for the madness. I was tired, cranky and still had a ton of shopping to do but no patience for the Black Friday pros who made their way methodically through the store. As a result, I woke up at 2 a.m. and came home at 8 a.m. without anything to show for it.

Don’t be like me. Plan ahead. Be smart.

Some of the codes they have available:

  • Save $5 at Build-A-Bear Workshop
  • Save 75% at Claire’s Accessories
  • Save $10 at Babies R Us
  • Save 10% on all Carol’s Daughter’s orders
  • Save $10 or more at Sears.com
  • …and more
I use coupon codes every time I shop online, but I’m just now getting into using these sites to print my coupons as well. In addition to the retailers coupons, they also have grocery store coupons so you can save money on all your holiday meals as well. (You all do remember how much I like to save money, right?)
Repeat after me: There’s no reason to pay full-price.
Do you use coupon sites to help you save money? Have you been successful? 
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Tara Pringle Jefferson is the founder and editor of TheYoungMommyLife.com.

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