24 Best Coupon Sites

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Who doesn’t like to save money? Taking advantage of online or in-store coupons can help save you money on your purchases.

There are sites that have coupons you can print out and others you can scan right at the register from your smartphone.

Here are some of the top coupon sites that are user-friendly and can help save you money on everything. From clothing to personal goods and more, they have deals for you.

Our Top Picks for Best Coupon Sites:

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TadaGet cash back for online shopping
RakutenFinds best deals online and new in-store app for cash back deals
Capital One ShoppingAutomatically applies coupon codes plus brand loyalty rewards

The Top Coupon Websites

There are many places for you to get coupons to help save money on purchases. Here are twenty of our favorite sites.

1. Tada

Tada, formerly Shop At Home, focuses on giving you money back for online shopping. You create a free account, then browse their thousands of deals.

When you buy, the store pays Tada for referring you. In turn, Tada passes those savings on to you.

You can choose to get your cash back in the form of an Amazon gift card. Or you can get it in your Paypal account or via a check in the mail.

Know that you have to be logged in to the Tada site in order to earn cash back on your purchases.

Trustpilot score: 4.4 out of 5

2. Brad’s Deals

This site features discounts on goods at over 3,800 stores. Brad’s Deals works with retailers to get you deep discounts on everyday items.

For instance, you’ll find deals on clothing, household goods and jewelry.

When I was searching the site for this article, I found a diamond tennis bracelet with a final price of $26.39 – woohoo! In order to get their deals, however, you need to click through to the store website via the Brad’s Deals website.

If you don’t, the advertised deal won’t show up. The site also features a blog that shares a variety of money-saving tips. In addition, it shares the best credit card offers and current freebie deals.

Trustpilot score: 4.4 out of 5

3. Swagbucks

You might know Swagbucks for its ability to help you earn money by searching the net, taking surveys and playing games. However, Swagbucks members also get access to money-saving coupons.

It’s free to sign up, and in some cases you get cash back for online shopping in addition to your coupons.

Trustpilot score: 4.3 out of 5

4. Rakuten

Rakuten gives you cash back for your shopping purchases. You can get up to 40% back depending on the store. Currently, they feature over 2500 stores to choose from.

Bonus: Their new smartphone app allows you to get cash back on in-store purchases as well.

Another fun thing about Rakuten is that you can get your cash back several ways. They allow you to get cash back via a check or a Paypal payment.

Or, they have a third option that allows you to donate your cash back. They’ll send your cash back right to your favorite charitable organization.

Sign up with either iOS or Android.

Trustpilot score: 4.3 out of 5

5. Free Shipping

Free Shipping works a bit differently than the other sites we’ve talked about so far.

When you shop through Free Shipping, it allows you to compare prices from various stores. This way you can get the best price on the items you want.

On top of that, they give a minimum of ten percent cash back on purchases.

As an added bonus, free shipping will give you a rebate on any shipping charges you have to pay when you make a purchase through their site.

One caveat: it costs $12.97 a month to be a member of their site. However, they do offer a trial period so you can try the site. This way you can see if the money savings for your shopping habits will outweigh the membership cost.

Trustpilot score: 4.3 out of 5

6. Honey App

The Honey app is a free app that does your coupon hunting for you. When you shop using the Honey browser extension, Honey will scour the net for you and find any available coupons for items you’re shopping for.

Then just click on the deal it shows you if you want to take advantage of it. Your savings will automatically be applied. Best of all, the Honey app is free!

Bonus: Honey has a Gold membership that allows you to earn additional cash back for purchases.

Trustpilot score: 4.3 out of 5

7. DontPayFull

DontPayFull‘s mission is to help you pay less and save more. They’ve been working since 2012 to bring you money-saving offers.

Their site is very easy to use. Simply type in the name of the store, offer or brand you’re looking for.

The DontPayFull site will show you all the available offers. In addition, it’ll give you direct links to the site they’re on.

With this site you’ll find offers from over 100,000 stores. You can find discounts on stores like Walmart, Target and Amazon.

Or on lesser-known retailers around the world. The site is easy to navigate and can show you where thousands of discounts are.

One thing I really like about the site is its automatic customization feature. When I click on the Walmart link, it’ll bring me right to deals for my hometown Walmart store.

If you want to make it even easier to find deals, you can create an account. Accounts are free, and then the deals will come right to your email inbox.

Trustpilot score: 4.2 out of 5

8. Deal News

The staff at Deal News personally reviews deals every day. This helps you find the best deals around on items you want to buy.

They limit their offerings to the “best 300 deals we can find”. This makes it easier for customers to avoid pseudo savings and go straight for the money-saving gold.

Deal News shares the best deals on clothing, travel, electronics and more.

They also have a commitment to giving back. They support many charitable organizations such as the Red Cross and the ALS Association.

So when you use Deal News, you can feel good about your purchases. You’re saving money and helping them give to those in need.

Trustpilot score: 3.2 out of 5

9. Capital One Shopping

Capital One Shopping (previously Wikibuy) is great tool for earning and saving money as you shop. The Capital One Shopping browser extension automatically redeems discount codes for instant discounts.

The browser extension is free to use. You don’t have to have a Capital One bank account or credit card to use. However, with the Capital One 360 online bank account, you may use Capital One Shopping to show brand loyalty.

Disclosure: Capital One Shopping compensates us when you get the browser extension using the links provided.

Trustpilot score: 3.1 out of 5

10. Groupon

You’ve likely heard of Groupon. They offer great deals on restaurants from fine dining to local cafes. They also have travel deals (the Bahamas, anyone?) and on goods and services.

Their Getaway deals range from packages for local sporting events to faraway excursions to exotic places.

You’ll find offerings for deals on just about everything. They’ve got spa packages, jewelry deals, electronics deals and more.

As an added bonus, they offer coupons for over 11,000 stores. There’s definitely no shortage of great deals on Groupon. We like to use the site to save money on our monthly entertainment budget.

Trustpilot score: 2.6 out of 5

11. Slickdeals

The Slickdeals website opens up with their Featured Deals and their Frontpage Slickdeals. These are defined as “some of the best deals on the Web in the last 24 hours according to our editors and our community”.

Slickdeals has a huge emphasis on community. It allows members to share deals they’ve found on the Web. That way the site can expand their money-saving offerings to website visitors.

Part of their “community” section includes forums. Forums are where members can share and ask about deals they’ve found or are looking for.

Trustpilot score: 2.7 out of 5

12. RetailMeNot

RetailMeNot’s website has over 500,000 coupons for over 50,000 stores. You can search for coupons with them by going online from your computer. RetailMeNot can save you money in a variety of ways.

They offer:

  • Gift cards at discounted prices (delivered online almost immediately)
  • Coupon codes
  • printable coupons
  • Stores currently offering free shipping
  • Cash back offers
  • Travel discounts

They’ve also designed their site so that it’s super easy to use.

Trustpilot score: 2.0 out of 5

13. Coupons.com

Coupons.com is one of my personal favorites. You can use the site to get coupon codes. However, if you’d rather print coupons for in-store use, their “click, print and save” method is a breeze.

When you go to their site, you’ll see scores of coupons offering money savings. They have deals on nearly every product you could imagine.

Other things the site shares include cash back offers and their “the good stuff” section. This section has info on special items such as holiday specific deals. It also contains their “deals of the day”.

Trustpilot score: No review

14. Coupon Cause

If you like the idea of making a difference when you shop, you might want to check out Coupon Cause. Coupon Cause gets paid a commission when you take advantage of coupons and other shopping discounts.

The company donates a portion of the commission they earn to a charity of their choice. Some of the charities this company supports include the World Wildlife Fund and Unicef.

Coupon Cause has discount coupons for a variety of stores, restaurants and travel sites.

Trustpilot score: No review

15. Entertainment Coupon Book

The Entertainment Coupon Book company has been in business since 1962. They started out as a coupon book company to help raise money for schools.

You can still buy and sell Entertainment coupon books for fundraising purposes. However, today they have a highly popular coupon website too.

This means you can save by purchasing a coupon book or by purchasing a digital website membership. One really great benefit of this site is that you can see all of the coupon deals in your area before becoming a member.

The digital membership is just $2.99 a month or $19.99 annually. And you’ll get 2-for-deals and 50% off coupons to dozens of stores and restaurants near you.

Trustpilot score: No review

16. Savings.com

Savings.com offers coupons from a variety of stores including The Gap, Kohls and Macy’s. You can sort discount offerings by category for easier shopping, too.

They also feature a section with local offerings for restaurants and stores in your area.  I even found coupons for stores and restaurants in our small town of just 4,000 people!

In addition, they have a blog and occasion-specific deals as well.

Trustpilot score: No review

17. Smart Source

Like Coupons.com, Smart Source features a super easy “click and save” printing system for the coupons they offer.

One of the things I love about the Smart Source site is that you can filter coupons by category. Choose from categories such as baby products, automotive, personal care, household, etc.

You can also filter by brand (i.e. Welch’s, Sunbelt Bakery, Gerber). In addition, you can enter your zip code to see offers specific to your area.

Smart Source is one of the coupon providers you may see regularly in the papers. However, using their website allows you to skip the paper and quickly print out the coupons you need.

Trustpilot score: No review

18. The Krazy Coupon Lady

One of my favorite things about The Krazy Coupon Lady site is that they’ll show you how to combine coupons from different sources. This feature allows you to get THE best deal on the things you buy.

Example: Walmart sells Cake Mate candles for $1. The Krazy Coupon Lady has a coupon for $1 off one Cake Mate decorating item. Final price? FREE.

This site shows you ways to get the most off of what you buy. It offers crazy big money savings!

Trustpilot score: No review

19. Hip2Save

Hip2Save offers big money savings on specific brands and items and at specific stores as well. They also feature videos and a rewards program.

In addition, they share tips on everything from saving money to their favorite recipes.

They’ve got a “freebie” section too. That section shares birthday freebies and other special freebies for site users.

Trustpilot score: No review

20. Frugaa

Frugaa works to bring customers the “latest working coupon codes that will help you save money on your purchase.” Total active coupons when I visited their site? Over 45,000.

Their home page features the hottest current deals. However, you can also search the site for a specific store or category.

They’ve got a pretty expansive deal list.

I didn’t see “Automotive” on their sidebar category list. However, when I typed the word “automotive” into their search bar, it returned 858 results.

They had deals for a variety of different discounts such as tire purchases and auto store website purchases.

Trustpilot score: No review

21. Amazon Coupons

As the name implies, Amazon Coupons are usable only for purchases made at Amazon.com.

They have coupons available for all Amazon users. However, there is a disclaimer on the site that reads “Some coupons many be only available to Prime members.”

The Prime Members coupons are identifiable by the “Prime Pantry” logo on the coupon. Using Amazon Coupons is a great way to get an extra discount on Amazon’s already low prices.

Trustpilot score: No review

Related Article: 35 Ways to Get Free Amazon Gift Cards

Price Blink is a free plug-in for your Chrome, Firefox or Safari browser. It’s a pretty cool deal, actually. Let’s say you’ve installed the plug-in on your browser and you’re shopping for a camera.

The Price Blink add-on will compare the current site’s prices with other sites which offer the same product. This will help you get the best current deal on the camera.

It will also search the web for any coupons that might apply to the product you’re shopping for.

Added bonus: Price Blink shows you reviews listed around the web that you can search through. You can research before you buy so you can make sure to buy a product you’ll be happy with.

Trustpilot score: No review

23. PrintableCouponsandDeals.com

Like many of the sites listed here, all you need to do to get money saving coupons is to click on your coupon and hit the print button.

PrintableCouponsandDeals.com has coupons in several categories, including:

  • Baby items
  • Baked goods
  • Cleaning items
  • Frozen foods

And others. They even have a section for equine coupons and for medications. They also have a section for coupons for gluten free items, which is a nice bonus.

Trustpilot score: No review

24. Southern Savers

Southern Savers isn’t just for Southerners. It’s a coupon site for anyone who wants to save money. This blog site has over 1.5 million members that take advantage of site owner Jenny’s knack for finding valuable coupons.

The site shares coupons for grocery stores, clothing stores, big box stores and more.

One cool thing about this site is that it says right next to the coupon whether it’s a printable, a text coupon or whether you need to sign up for their email list to get your coupon.

Trustpilot score: No review

Summary

In today’s world of online shopping coupons sites, there’s almost no reason to pay full price for anything.

Why spend more than you should when you shop? Take advantage of the many online sites that will help you save money.

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Comments

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    • That looks interesting. I will check it out. Thanks!

  2. I know about Ebates and Groupon for coupons and cash back. I think they are the most popular as well, but I guess it doesn’t hurt to check out the other coupon sites. After all, I may find a deal there that I might not find on the other popular websites.

  3. It’s the same list everywhere. 😀 BTW, thanks for sharing.

    • I’m glad you enjoyed it!

  4. You’ve added some cool sites that other listings didn’t include. Thanks for sharing.

    • Thanks! 🙂

  5. This is a very nice list of money saving websites. There is another one which I like very much, fairbizdeals.com, where you can find fresh coupons and deals of almost all the major brands and online stores.

    • We’ll check into that. Thanks!

  6. Thanks for sharing. My favorite coupons sites are Ebates.com and DealsPure.com. I also search on Google directly when I look for a coupon or discounted items.

    • DealsPure isn’t one we listed, of course. But there are many ways to get coupons and save. Thanks for listing this one and for your comments.

  7. I love all these sites, however, I do have a favorite that isn’t listed: couponcabin.com. They have been around awhile. If, or when, I have a problem, I get a super fast response, and if in doubt, I am always right (at least according to my experience). This is my go to shopping site. I am retired, so I have limited income. So, this site is also great for limited shopping. Recently, I went on and clicked on a $50 “members only”, free to join, discount from The Container Store. I had no problems. I also don’t like to give up secrets, because that lowers my chances to get some of the top cashback offers. But, this is one where you think it’s too good to be true. But, it actually is true! I’m not affiliated in anyway. I just thought I’d share. I don’t see much any where about this wonderful site.

    • Thanks for sharing it. We may have to check that out!

  8. Hey Laurie,

    Thank you for bringing the top coupon website list, but do you think people directly visit for all kinds of coupons, or get it by conducting a search? As I was searching for a Filippo Loreti coupon, I reviewed many sites, like offers.com, dealspotr, couponym.com, and so, on including groupon, which was on the top of the list.

    • I’m sure it’s some of both. Some people probably just search for coupon websites. Others might be wanting to buy a specific item and so search for a coupon for that single thing.

  9. I love livingrichwithcoupons.com too!

    • I might have to check that out!

  10. Thank you for bringing up the top coupon websites. I am a student, so I have limited income. My favorite coupon sites are groupon.com and bestbuypromocode.com

    • I hope those two sites save you a ton of money. Thanks for sharing your favorites!

  11. You can also consider adding couponx.com. This site gives you exclusive deals & coupons.

    • Thanks for the suggestion!

  12. Hey Deacon Hayes,
    I familiar with these coupon website, especially I am talking about RetailMeNot, this website, the offers provides not works or valid so i want approach you that you should consider this website Collectoffers.com which also provides coupons and promos online and it gives better deals to the user. This provides worldwide coupons and promos. At last, i think you should write about this website. I hope you will see it soon.

    • Thanks for the suggestion!

  13. Hey Deacon Hayes, If you need content for explaining about Collectoffers.com so we can provide you.

  14. I use Rakuten (formally E-bates), Be Frugal, Top Cashback, Retail -Me-Not, and most of all, Cashbackholic. I go to Cashbackholic first & look up the store I am going to purchase from. It pops up a tab that lists how much each cashback site pays for that particular store. You can click the cashback site you want to use & it takes you to that stores page on the site you clicked. Cashbackholic is a cashback comparison site. There are others out there but this is the only one I have found to be 100% correct in the cashback amounts listed by each rebate or cashback site. They also have the largest listing of stores & websites.

    • That sounds like it works well! Thanks for the suggestion!

  15. Have you guys checked out GoCashBack yet? I find them offering higher cash back then Rakuten and have gift cards for bonus pay out when withdrawing cash back.

  16. Hi, I’m brand new at this and am actually nervous about joining. This one group keeps contacting me, but I haven’t done anything so far. Can I get some legitimate advice?

    Also, I’ve heard about a site called My SmartSaver. Does anyone know anything about this one?

    Thank you for any help I can get.

  17. Thank you for providing such a great list. I’ve pretty much tried all of these with some success. Lately I’ve been using CarlsCoupons.com.

  18. Thanks for providing this comprehensive list of websites. I have been using few of them for a while, but, I have found lately is that all these websites had failed in providing true working coupons and almost all of them want me to install some sort of extension to my browser. I am a little scared if these extension will track my browser activities. So, I though to look for a website that just does not force me to install anything and still provide me good reliable coupons. Though I have been using this website, kouponier.com for some time. But, I am still going to try few from your list as well. Again, thanks for the resource.

    • Thanks for the feedback Cherrel.

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