Maybe you have a great savings account going for you. Maybe the threat of Social Security cutbacks doesn’t worry you. Or, perhaps you struggle each month to make payments and afford groceries. No matter what your current finances look like, two things are for sure: retirees usually live on a fixed income, and, living life isn’t exactly free.
We get that.
We’re here to tell you that saving money (yep, even in this economy) can be easy! Here are 5 discount sites that can help you out today!
RetailMeNot offers promo codes to all your favorite stores and so much more! Get instant savings with their app. Browse money-saving articles. And, easily find discounted holiday merch and gift guides!
Groupon helps you find local deals and coupons in every category. Want to take the grandkids to an indoor water park? Groupon probably has a discount for that! Also available are travel deals and exclusive promos based on your deal-browsing.
Honey is a browser extension that automatically finds and applies available coupon codes whenever you shop online! They couldn’t make it any easier! It’s free to install and you can use it on your desktop or download the app.
Coupons.com gives you access to hundreds of printable manufacturer coupons, as well as promo codes, and digital coupons. They also list tons of cash back and instant offers for use on desktop or mobile apps!
If you don’t know about Lady Savings, then you’ve been missing out. Lady Savings connects you with digital and printable coupons. But, what really makes this site stand out? How about the hundreds of ad previews for hundreds of stores that are updated daily? Did we mention there are hundreds of store ads featured? You can’t blame us for getting a little obnoxious about it. Where else can you find so much amazing information on all of your favorite shopping spots ALL in one place? Go ahead and search. We’ll wait…
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Originally published May 11, 2023