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You might have heard of the latest trend in online shopping: coupon codes. Coupon codes are used in online shopping pretty much the way typical clip-out coupons are used when buying stuff at the supermarket. Before you start looking for Sears coupon codes, however, here are some things that you may want to know:
1) Online – Sears coupon codes are actually meant to be used in the online store. This means you need to make an online purchase in order to avail of the benefits offered by the coupon codes. You should also realize that online purchases are typically more expensive than purchases. Why? This is because an online purchase usually requires you to pay shipping and delivery fees.
When you find an online coupon code, you might want to consider carefully whether it is actually smart to use it online. There are codes that take the delivery fees into consideration and reduce the cost of your purchases effectively. Then again, the delivery fees are what you must pay for the convenience of shopping online.
2) Speed – using a Sears coupon code is quite fast. Some coupons require you to type in the code at the checkout page in the Sears shopping site. However, there are also codes that are activated using a specific URL. This type of code usually shows you the discounted rate of the items in your shopping cart when you activate it.
You should also realize that a coupon code could be obtained faster than your typical clip-out coupons. You won’t have to wait for the next issue of your magazine and you won’t have to spend all that time cutting and saving.
In any case, using a coupon code is undoubtedly faster and more convenient than the typical coupon.
3) They do not always work – majority of the coupons distributed over the Internet today are good for multiple but limited uses. A coupon code you found on a site may be good for 300 uses. However, with the number of people visiting that site, you might find yourself entering an expired code.
If the code is attached to a shopping cart, you might want to think carefully before abandoning your shopping cart for that code. You may not be able to take advantage that the code supposedly offers and you might end up wasting a lot of time and effort.
4) They do have values –many people think of coupon codes as tools that can help ease their expenses. However, not a lot of people think of them as having any real value. You should think of your coupons in terms of the cash value they represent. When you do this, you will be making sure that you will use the coupons whenever possible. This will allow you to stick to a budget.
5) They are advertising tools – why do you think a company will give customers something that will help them reduce the cost of purchases? Actually, coupon codes are tools used by many companies for advertising. Companies issue coupons in order to boost sales. If you attempt to base your shopping around the prerequisites of each coupon, you might end up spending way more than what you intended to, which is the exact opposite of what you want.
Before using that Sears coupon code, you might want to think about just how much money you will be able to save.
Google TV may not have gotten sterling reviews when it first launched, but there are still plenty folks out there who are interested in the Logitech Revue box with Google TV at its new $99 price. What’s cheaper than $99? How about $50? One Reddit user was able to use a coupon code for Logitech’s online website to get half off on the Logitech Revue, despite the fine print saying that you couldn’t use the coupon code for the Revue.
Reddit user “TheRealFender” wrote on that site that he got a coupon in his email from Logitech for 50% off any device on their online store. The fine print said that it wasn’t applicable to the Revue though, as we mentioned. He dropped the Revue into his shopping cart anyway, and (I imagine) much to his surprise, the site took 50% off the cost of the Google TV box, and it even let him buy it.
Some are speculating that Logitech won’t actually ship the thing and will void the sale because of the fine print in the coupon, though I imagine that he’ll actually probably get it, considering that whatever eCommerce platform Logitech’s online store is using probably isn’t that detailed. And the guys in the warehouse who will be shipping the Revue probably don’t care, either.
The Logitech Revue did recently get a few price cuts, and it’s down to $99, which many people, including my colleague here at TFTS Robert Nelson, consider to be a fair price for the Revue. Many insiders and pundits think that Google TV will eventually be something interesting, and comparisons have already been drawn between the Google TV of today and the first version of Android, which was mediocre at best.
Don’t bother trying to find TheRealFender’s coupon code – his fellow Redditors say it doesn’t work anymore.
UPDATE: Sold out.
Shoppers who use the coupon code BLOGHER can take an additional $5 off of their purchase. Some shoppers are reporting that the BLOGHER code will not work for them. You can also try the code SUMMER for an additional $5 off. New members will receive a $5 credit for signing up, making this deal $15 for some.
The voucher can only be used online, and the $50 must be used in one transaction. Taxes and shipping is not included. The voucher expires Jan. 31.
(Via Money Saving Mom)
The HP Envy 14 is a powerful, attractive laptop, earning 4.5 out of 5 stars in our review. Its aluminum body gives the system a sturdy feel and clean lines. When we tested the Intel Core i3 version, we found its performance was great for a mid-size all-purpose system–and it must be even better with Intel’s Core i7 CPU. HP usually sells the Envy 14 Core i7 model for $1100, but use coupon code NBEN3772 at checkout and you’ll pay only $935 (and shipping is free).
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