New Year’s Giveaway: Rock Your Resolution

New Year's Resolution

Here at FatWallet we are busy planning what our resolution for 2015 will be and some of you may be as well. Whether you’re planning on saving money, getting organized or finding a new job, we’ve rounded up a list of the top items from Amazon that could be on your list to start your… 

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Hot Deal: 30% off Orders under $100 at LivingSocial with Coupon Code! 6/26 – 6/30

FatWallet member, archena, posted this great deal in the Hot Deals forum: 30% off Orders under $100 at LivingSocial with Coupon Code. To redeem, add deal by clicking “Buy Now” button on the Deal information page, then click on “Redeem promo code” during purchase process, and enter code and hit apply. The final confirmation page will reflect the amount saved.

Support Group for Stupid Coupon Shoppers

stupid coupon shoppers

Sometimes I wish there was such a thing as a support group for those of us who make stupid coupon shopping mistakes. It would have to be anonymous though, to accomodate those of us who work at deal sites (not naming any names), and even though we they eat sleep and breathe deals 8-10 hours a day, still make dumb deal hunting horrors a frequent occurrence.

Reasons to Avoid Coupon Fraud

coupon fraud

The use of coupons is a win-win situation that should benefit all participants. They are an excellent marketing tool for manufacturers and retailers, and offer great savings for consumers. Unfortunately, as with anything of actual worth, coupons are susceptible to misuse and fraud. With the recent rise in popularity of coupons, law officials and businesses are having a tough time staying ahead of the offenders. Growing demand combined with tech-savvy criminals creates the perfect storm for illicit activity, and makes things more difficult for honest couponers.

Is Couponing Worth It?


Shannen’s Coupon Experiment Do you ever wonder if all the clipping, organizing, and sale hunting each week is worth the money you save each week? The month of September I decided to conduct yet another experiment with my coupon shopping and see exactly how much money I was saving my family by using coupons, price… 

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