Imagine big savings coupons automatically applying to all your online purchases. No longer will you need to browse the web searching for the best coupon code! CouponMate takes care of the searching for you. Your wallet will be happier and you’ll have more time to do the fun stuff you deserve.
CouponMate is a browser extension
This extension works in background to find coupon deals for you. It is currently available for Chrome, Firefox and Safari. When you find yourself at an online store, CouponMate automatically pops up with a message indicating what, if any, coupons are available. In the corner of your browser, you will see a small version of the CouponMate logo. Clicking on it reveals what deals CouponMate has collected for you.
CouponMate keeps more money in your wallet and time on your clock
The search for online coupons can be long and tedious. With CouponMate, you no longer need to dig around in search engines trying to find the best applicable coupons. Instead, you will have these deals ready at your fingertips. Over 76,400 stores currently feature coupons in the database and those offers are updated every single day. This means you won’t waste time with expired codes. And to top it all off, you won’t even have to lift a finger to type in coupon codes. CouponMate automatically inputs all the needed information. For some websites, you will need to click on the CouponMate icon and select which deals you want to use. But, for an increasing number of sites, the browser extension will automatically pull in the best available coupons. In either case, you can optimize your savings in just a few clicks.
CouponMate loves user feedback
Users have pointed out that CouponMate, more than other similar browser extensions, constantly seeks input from its users. As a developing technology, the creators of this tool are working hard to make it the ideal solution for online shoppers.
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