A New Way to “Clip” Coupons

By US Daily Review Staff.

We keep thinking that there cannot be “anything new” under the sun, and then we find out about Coupon Chief, which describes its service as following: “Coupon clipping has gone digital! Armed with coupon codes right here from Coupon Chief, you’ll be able to save a bundle the next time you’re buying anything online, for both products and services.”

You can watch its video tutorial to see how it works.

The number of companies that are included are impressive and appear to cover “A to Z.”   Some of them are rather prominent, like AOL, Wal-Mart, and the Gap. Others are much smaller and lessor known, such as Gingersoftware.com, Jewelmint.com, and more. the savings vary from store to store and can include free shipping, getting products at a bundle for the price of a single item, and much more.  It varies and you have to spend time with it.

Like other coupon sites, you have to test the coupon. On the Internet, things change quickly and even the most proficient sites are challenged to keep up with which coupons work or not.  However, it does clearly communicate the percentage of coupons that have worked and there is a way to easily let them know how successful you were.

On a scale of 1 to 5 we give it a solid 4 and should be checked out by anyone interested in saving money in the economically challenging times we are living.

All opinions expressed on USDR are those of the author and not necessarily those of US Daily Review.

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