Prime Parents Club            Did we mention that it's FREE?

Coupon Chief Helps Budget with Online Savings

Coupon Chief Saves You Money Online

As parents in a tough economy, it’s so important that we try to budget and save as much as possible. Many people have gotten into couponing as a way to save money at their local grocery store. But, what about all of that stuff that we buy online?

Recent research statistics reported that 80% of individuals in the age rang of 32 to 44 purchase products on the internet. So, how are we saving on those products we purchase online? Many retailers and websites today provide deal, promotional and sale codes for their products and services, but it’s a pain to hunt all over the internet or your email to find codes for all the places you shop online. Fortunately, Coupon Chief has taken care of all the leg work by providing discount coupons to online sites all in one place.

Looking for diapers? No problem. Hit up the “baby” area to see the latest saving codes. Tired of paying an arm and a leg for makeup? (Yeah, I know. Me too.) Check out the cosmetics saving codes over on Coupon Chief. As a matter of fact, get discount coupon codes for just about anything your little heart desires, from organic products (!), books, clothing, sports stuff and well, everything in between. And, it’s free to sign up! even has a cool perk where you can make money if you upload a coupon that other people can use. (It’s kind of like getting paid to save money. A bonus for your budget!) All you do is visit their Pays-2-Share area, upload coupon information that you find online, and then collect a share of the money when others use your coupon code. (I am totally serious here. You make money just for others using a coupon you found!)

One of the other things that I really appreciate about Coupon Chief is their willingness to help others. They have provided us with the ability to give to our favorite causes with their Coupons-4-Causes program. You can set it up so that when you shop using a Coupon Chief coupon, they’ll donate 20% of the purchase to your favorite charity, school, or church.

Shopping, saving and helping others. It doesn’t get better than that.

sponsored post

Along with being a contributor to, Jacqueline Wilson is: Appalachia Advocate~Supporter of Women~Writer~Accidental Pit Bull Advocate.

You must be logged in to post a comment Login