Couponology: The Science of Smart Shopping

There are tons of coupon and deal websites sprouting up. One of the new kids on the block is Couponology. Although they are new, if you love shopping at a discount, some of their features deserve a closer look. The first thing that captured my attention is the site’s easy to navigate design. There is a huge search field on the upper right corner if you know exactly what you are looking for. If you don’t, there are six easy to understand tabs to assist you.


When you click this tab, you will see the site’s huge directory of stores listed in alphabetical order. It felt like looking at a store directory kiosk at my local shopping center. For example, if you scroll to the H section, make sure to click on Harry and David coupon code if you are shopping for a special gift for loved ones.


If you don’t know the stores you are shopping for, click here to get a listing of popular categories to help narrow your search.


Like the name suggests, click here to get coupons to your favorite shopping websites.


Click here if your shopping needs a little nudge. What is everyone else buying?


If you do a lot of shopping online, make sure you browse this section. You may save on shipping which allows you to save or make more purchases!


If you rather visit the brick and mortar stores, browse this section for coupons you can print to help you save on your next shopping excursion.


Like I said, it is very easy to get around the site. I also get a warm and fuzzy feeling when I look through the featured vendors. If these reputable companies are partners, I feel safer in general. But don’t take my word for it. Give it a try yourself. We should always explore options that save us money!

Have you tried Couponology? What did you like or dislike about their site?

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8 Responses

  1. this is a crowded place, very less room for a new entrant, unless they have revolutionary idea. Even these days the breaking ideas are not working, read few news articles on Groupon and its dire need for cash without which Groupon might die or gets eaten by bigger fish.

    • Buck Inspire says:

      Good point. I read a Chinese Groupon type site was closing up shop, too. It is a tough market space, but worth it to take a look. Regardless if they survive or not, at least you as a consumer may find a good deal!

  2. krantcents says:

    I usually use the ones from the mailers, newspaper, flyers and online. We probably don’t use that many because we do not use many of those products.

  3. I think they have a great idea going. The key is marketing for them. There are a lot of people who want coupon codes but just don’t know where to go to get them.

  4. Shella says:

    yay! i love shopping! 🙂 and i like collecting discount coupons.

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