It’s that time of year when we are buying things more than ever.
So wouldn’t it be nice to save a little extra cash over the next month and a half?
Of course it would.
Here are our top 3 new ways to save money online.
🛍️ 1. Automatically find out if you’re owed a refund.
Picture this: you buy something online.
The price of whatever you purchased drops.
You get a refund based on the price drop without lifting a finger. You don’t even have to know about the price drop in order to get your refund!
Sound too good to be true?
Well, it’s not. There’s a new, 100% free tool called Paribus that will do exactly that.
Once you sign up for Paribus, it will scan your emails for any purchase receipts from dozens of online retailers. It will then track the price of the item(s) your purchased and give you a refund when the price drops.
Again, Paribus does the work for you behind the scenes. All you have to do is sign up for Paribus, and it will do all the work for you, automatically.
If you’d like to start getting refunds on your online purchases, click here to sign up for Paribus. Remember, it’s 100% free!
Check out this 15-second video to learn more about Paribus. 👇
💸 2. Get 50% discount codes at your favorite retailers.
The best way we’ve found to get discounts and coupon codes at our favorite online retailers is through a new site called Butterfly Saves.
Butterfly Saves gives you 50% off coupon codes for Target.com, Kohls.com, Macys.com, NordstromRack.com, Walgreens.com, Lowes.com, Michaels.com, and more!
Your codes never expire, and you can use your Butterfly Codes on anything at the participating retailers’ websites! The only exception is gift cards.
💻 3. Get cash back when you shop online.
Ebates is an easy-to-use website that automatically gives you cash back on online purchases!
So far, we’ve saved over $150 this year through Ebates, just from logging in at Ebates.com and shopping online as we normally would at sites like Macy’s, Walmart, Disney Store, JCPenney, Kohl’s, New Balance, Old Navy, Banana Republic, Land’s End, and hundreds of others.
Check out this 30-second video to learn more about Ebates.👇