Discount Codes – Your New Best Friend

July 28, 2011 12:54 pm 21 comments

You, like everyone else, no doubt spend a small fortune on the World Wide Web. We live in a reality where it’s easier cheaper and faster to order your product online, rather than traipse down to a local supplier.

If you know some basic eSkills, you are most likely well versed in some basic online shopping rules – the most important of which – search around?.

Yes, Amazon might have the product in stock and ready to order, perhaps even a bargain at £99 (make believe product) compared to the local brick & mortar store. However, the chance to save even more exists, and it only takes a couple of minutes searching around. (Tip: Google Shopping compares product prices)

There is one more thing you can do, however, to benefit further from the open trade market that is the internet…

Discount codes.

Just like coupons in magazines, discount codes are the online version. Simple, secret codes that open a world of discount to your products.

We love the organised internet – there are now many websites that solely exist to collate discount codes, and freely offer them to you.

An example.

  • Debenhams – free delivery saving at least £7
  • Warehouse – 15% off all orders
  • Tesco Clothing – 20% of all orders
  • Saville Row – 20% off all orders
  • Warehouse – 15% of all orders

This is but a small sample of the discount codes available. Before you shop, why not spend 30 seconds searching for a relevant code? Simply Google “website discount code”.

Here are some reputable discount code websites:

  • http://www.vouchercodes.co.uk
  • http://www.discountvouchers.co.uk
  • http://www.promocodes.co.uk

 

 

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