Saturday, September 1, 2012

Coupons.com 1 Year Membership FREE AGAIN!!!


Coupons.com is offering up their Coupon Savings Club Membership for FREE AGAIN for 1 year.  Regular price for this is $30/year automatically billed to your credit card on the month your membership is up.  If you sign up today, you can test drive this offer for one year, just be sure to cancel before your free membership ends.  (they do claim they will email you before your subscription expires and your card is charged. I actually have an alarm set on my phone to remind me to cancel.)  I signed up back in March when they offered it before(and my credit card has NOT been charged), and it does have some pretty hot coupons, not sure I would pay for it though.
What is the club and the difference?  Well, there are select coupons not offered to the general public, or coupons at a higher value than what is offered to the general public on Coupons.com.
Like right now, you can get a coupon for $1/2 Lean Cuisine and several other ok coupons.

Check it out here.  You do have to give a credit card number to sign up!

Edit to add easy to find instructions.  After the first page of entering an email and password, you will get to the page that you have to click a button to enter the promo code:

Once you click there and enter the code BIRTHDAY, you total will go down to zero.

I am scheduling a blog post right now to remind you when your membership gets close to expiration as it seems they have revised the terms since March and will bill you for a full year now if you don't cancel before the year is up.  :D

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2 comments:

katrinav said...

Signed up! Thanks for sharing!

And thanks in advance for the scheduled blog post, hehe

I gotta go check my shoprunner now and see how long do I have till I cancel :P

Stephanie Jensen said...

katrinav, in shoprunner you can actually go to your account and switch it "do not renew" instead of autorenew so you don't have to worry about remembering :D

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