If your wiper blades have seen better days, Amazon will sell you Michelin Stealth replacements today for 15% off today. The catch is that you can only use the coupon on one blade per order, though I personally was able to use it twice on the same account with the following process.
The Philips OneBlade is the shaver of our choice for all of the men on our staff, and you can save $10 on its already affordable price tag right now when you bundle it with some extra blades.
These compact APC uninterruptible power supplies won’t be able to keep your gaming PC running at full throttle during a power outage, but they can provide enough juice to power NAS enclosures, external hard drives, or even your home networking gear during a power outage, at least until you can get everything powered…
Grabbing breakfast or lunch with coworkers can be a great way to break up the day, but more often than not you’ll just wallow in your own indecision before ordering a bad $17 sandwich.
Philips’ entry-level Sonicare Essence electric toothbrush has long been a reader favorite, and now Amazon’s running the best deal we’ve seen on the sequel, the Essence+.
Featuring an eight foot power cord, 11 AC outlets, and two USB ports, this APC surge protector is exactly what you need behind your home theater or office desk. Its current $30 list price would be a match for an all-time low on its own, but the $5 clippable coupon on the page makes this deal even sweeter.
Buying headlight bulbs for your car before you need them will save you an inconvenient (and if it’s at night or raining, potentially illegal) trip to the auto parts store, and with this $4 Amazon coupon, you might as well stock up.
You know that victorious feeling you get when you pay for something with a coupon? Here are 10 ways to get that feeling on just about everything you buy.
Best Buy released a too good to be true coupon earlier today: Spend a $100 and save $50 automatically when you pay with a MasterCard credit card. The fine print had excluded a few products but it was pretty much a free $50 bucks for everything else. So predictably people took advantage of ol' Best Buy and rung up…
If you're a coupon hoarder, you'll be glad to know that there's now a Google Offers iPhone app. Launched today, the free app presents you with a map full of deals in your area, allowing you to make a note of which deals you've already purchased, and alerting you about new ones. The best part? It saves you from having…
Looking to broaden their respective reaches, Groupon and Live Nation have huddled close in some small, dark corner of the internet to spawn GrouponLive, a new "online ticketing deals marketplace." There's no real meat to the press release in terms of what kind of deals we can expect to see out of the pairing, but I…
Want to save a few bucks on a Kindle and enjoy being told what to buy? Well! Amazon's set to unleash Kindle with Special Offers upon Best Buy and Target next month, a device that costs $25 less than a Wi-Fi Kindle—but makes up for it by cramming in ads.
Groupon! Never before have you been offered so many art classes at such low, low prices. And while the site's bread and butter is often, well, bread and butter at a semi-fashionable local restaurant, one recent deal offered a whopping $12,500 discount. Too bad it's not for you.
It's something you may've noticed cashiers fumbling with in the past—those paper print-outs you hand them when buying your cheap burrito/manicure/American Apparel leotard. So it's understandable that Verifone wants to work with Groupon and retailers, making dedicated Groupon buttons for cash registers. [BusinessWeek…
If I hadn't already wrapped up my holiday shopping for this year, I'd try out this "coupon code" to confirm that it works. Then again, it doesn't seem like it could possibly fail or backfire in any way, right? [xkcd]
Groupon is a super popular deals site for a reason: It offers amazing deals. So why do I always end up feeling guilty? Because it keeps offering me deals for places I already frequent.
In a silly survey conducted by Coupons.com, they've discovered some ridiculous "revelations" about iPhone users and Android users. By analyzing both platform's coupon usage, they've determined that iPhone users are "feminine-smelling, chicken-eating, entertainment-reading fish owners." As for Android users:
For any aspiring website entrepreneurs/squatters out there, Go Daddy's running a promotion through August 31st that gets you one .com domain for $1 for one year. Just enter SCHOOL99 at checkout, and fartzzz.com is yours for a buck! You can't buy in bulk, but it looks like you can go back and snap up individual domains…