Coupons.com Site Review



Site Reviewed: coupons.com



Type of Coupon Site: Grocery coupons, printable grocery coupons, entertainment, restaurants, and more

Source of Coupons: Printable, coupons by mail, promo and discount codes, digital coupons

Is Site Easy to Use:  This site is very easy to use.

Do we like this site? Is it a good coupon site to use?

Additional Information: Get more savings using your store savings card and digital coupons! This site has a savings card coupon center. Registration is required. Once registered, you can get manufacturer as well as store coupons instantly downloaded onto your store cards.  Just present the card when checking out at stores like PetSmart, Jewel-Osco (Albertson’s), Safeway, Dominick’s, etc. and coupons will instantly be deducted. No clipping or remembering to bring the coupon involved!

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Use Facebook to get pull up coupons and present it the cashier for additional savings.

There is also a great restaurant section. Punch in a restaurant of interest and see a list of discount codes, a map with directions, and  information like if reservations are required,what type of attire to wear, if it is family friendly, menu price range, and accepted methods of payment.  This takes all the guesswork out of a good dining experience. and peace of mind that you used a safe and secure website.

What I think: I love this site and use it myself!

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Gordon Willoughby June 20, 2011 at 10:19 pm

I recently bought a coupon for a resturant at coupons.com. It cost $10 and was supposed to be worth $25. Burried in several pages of policy, They tell me that it states that I have to pay an additional $10 at the resturant plus tax and 18% tip for a total cost to me of $28.40. I hope others will see this and will be saved from what I went through. When I called them they said it told about the policy so they wouldn’t give back my $10. I plan to post this anywhere I can to help others.

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Sandy September 11, 2011 at 3:07 am

Hi Gordon. I’m sorry you experienced that with the restaurant coupon. With the restaurant gift cards, for example get a $50 gift card for $25, you really have to read the fine print. I’ve noticed terms have changed a lot over the last few years. Back in the day you could get a $50 restaurant gift for $25 and the big to-do restrictions were what time of day it could be used. These days terms can have some definite “catches,” such as spending more than the face value like you stated.

Not all require you to spend more. There are great deals out there. Just be sure to always read the terms! Personally, I try to stay away from those. I lean more towards finding a great coupon for a restaurant or buying discounted restaurant gift cards on eBay or GiftCards.com.

Again, I’m sorry for your frustration, but thank you for sharing it with others. Wishing you the best, Christina

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