Retail Me Not could be described as a digital coupon library and it’s one of the best online. If you’re paying full price for retail in this day and age when coupons and discount codes are readily available, you’re truly missing out. Compared to other coupon sites on the web, Retail Me Not is easier to use and significantly more streamlined.
There are two main ways to use the search engine: type in a web address (such as Amazon.com) for web-based coupons. The second way is to type in a type of item (shoes, pizza) and your zip code. If you use the second option, it will take you to another coupon site, where you can then download the coupon. The site’s not perfect, as outdated coupons will still show up in the search engine results from time to time. You can also browse printable coupons in your area – though many of these are for brands and services that are available everywhere, regardless of your location.
The site has access to a large number of coupon sites: 90,000 in all. Instead of going from site to site, you can just use Retail Me Not instead, a simpler solution. It would be helpful if the site provided more information about the merchants or products being discounted, but you’ll have to do that on your own. What the site does do, unlike other coupon sites, is display user comments about the coupon and if it actually worked. It is not uncommon for online coupons to expire quickly or only work in either an online or offline transaction, so this helps users identify the most valuable coupons.
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