There’s no need to cut with a pair of scissors along the dotted line anymore. All you have to do is copy and paste a promotional code at checkout to easily save some money. But where do you find these promotional codes? Not in the Sunday newspaper, but on the internet, of course!
Check out these sites that provide free Amazon promotional codes, and you’ll be on your way to saving some cash.
TopHotDeal.com‘s Amazon Discount Finder is updated with lists of Amazon promotional codes for each month. It also includes a matrix at the top that lets you easily browse Amazon’s products by how much percent off you can buy them for.
Lastly, it includes “coupon books.” If you click onto any Amazon product from one of TopHotDeal’s coupon books and add it to your cart, you’ll receive a discount on that product.
For this month you’ll notice a topic called “Amazon Promotional Codes, Coupons and Deals for July 2010” near the top. Click it and you’ll find a series of posts with links to Amazon pages with promotional codes, discounts, and sales.
Whereas most other sites like this rely on user-submitted promotional codes, DealCoupon seems to have an editorial staff who test out the coupons before posting them, which results in coupons that work a lot more reliably.
CurrentCodes is definitely one of the most straightforward sources for promotional codes and other deals that will save you money shopping on Amazon.
RetailMeNot.com is one of the most popular sources for promotional codes for nearly every shopping site out there, so it’s certainly no surprise that it offers a list of user-submitted Amazon promotional codes.
Because they’re user-submitted, they aren’t guaranteed to work (and you’ll certainly encounter some that don’t), but there is a system in place so that users can select whether the promotional code worked or not. You should stick with the codes that have the highest success rates.
These are the best sites for promotional codes specific to Amazon. But if you’re looking for promotional codes for other sites, be sure to check out MakeUseOf’s top 10 sites for promotional codes. MakeUseOf has also previously written about 13 bargain sites, 5 shopping sites, and 5 price comparison sites that will help you save money when shopping online.
Where do you go online to find promotional codes? Do you know of any other good sources for Amazon promotional codes?