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16 Best Coupon Websites To Save Money in 2023

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By Rhiannon Ball

If your wallet is feeling the pinch these days, there are a few ways to save some money without a whole lot of effort. One of the best ways to do that is coupons!

You can still find physical coupons like people did in the “good ole days”, but online coupons and cashback offers from websites and apps are more common, easily accessible and can get you a discount on all your online shopping. If you’re looking to save a few bucks on your next purchase – from groceries to clothing to furniture and more – read on to learn more about the best coupon websites in 2023.

16 Best Coupon Websites To Save Money Online


CouponFollow is a promo code website that has saved consumers over $600 million via 3 million+ codes since it was founded in 2010, making it one of the older coupon sites in existenceThe team behind the site finds and verifies the best discount codes and sorts them in a variety of ways – including top deals, stores, and cashback deals – making it easy for shoppers to find great deals that actually work. The CouponFollow algorithms then optimize the order of coupons throughout the day to ensure consumers always get the best discount possible and the site remains the best place to find working coupons.

They also offer exclusive coupons from major retailers like Amazon, Target, Walmart, Alixpress, Uber Eats, eBay and Instacart. You can access the codes on their site or create a free account and join the CouponFollow community to gain access to exclusive codes and cashback rewards. To make online shopping and deal hunting even easier, you can add Cently, the brand’s browser extension that automatically checks for coupon codes when you’re checking out online. If you’re looking for an easy way to save money, CouponFollow is one of the top couponing websites out there.

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Amazon Coupons

If you’re an Amazon shopper, you’ve likely seen the orange “Save More” flag when you go to add certain items to your virtual cart. But did you know that there’s a section of the online marketplace’s website called Amazon Coupons? There you’ll find tons of Amazon items with coupons, which means you can look for specific items you want to buy that have coupons instead of hoping for a discount when you choose to put an item in your cart.

You can search by categories on Amazon Coupons, including Popular Coupons, Health and Personal Care, Grocery, and Gourmet or Beauty — or you can search for coupons for items by brand name. Once you find the item you want, click the “Clip Coupon” button and add the item to your cart. When you check out, the coupon will be automatically applied.

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BeFrugal was launched in February 2009 to help consumers save money. With a free BeFrugal membership, you can shop via the BeFrugal app, its browser extension or directly on their website and earn up to 40% cash back at over 5,000 stores through thousands of exclusive coupons and deals. Once you find an item you want, click the associated coupon or deal button and complete your purchase. BeFrugal automatically adds cash back to your account.

You can redeem your cash back by check, gift card, direct deposit, PayPal, Venmo or Zelle. To get the very best deals with BeFrugal, you can stack your savings by combining the best coupons with the highest cash-back rates you can find.

BeFrugal offers members a 125% cash-back guarantee. If you find another site offering a higher rate, BeFrugal will match that rate and add 25%. Plus, it guarantees that its coupons will work for you when you attempt to use them. If not, BeFrugal will give you $5. For any questions, live chat is available from a U.S.-based team of customer service specialists.

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Brad’s Deals

Brad’s Deals has been in business since 2001. According to the site, an actual human posts every deal. You can sign up for Brad’s Deals, browse the site, and save deals for later, or click on the deals to go to the actual site where you can buy them at the discounted price. You can also create your own deal alerts for items you’d like to shop for at a discount.

As far as coupons, Brad’s Deals has a coupon team that searches for the best coupons available and tests each promo code to make sure it works before posting. The team also tests the codes throughout the day. You’ll find coupons for major retailers, such as Best Buy, Kohl’s, Home Depot, Nordstrom, Target, and Walmart.

If you don’t want to use the website to browse for deals and coupons, you can download the Brad’s Deals iOS or Android app.

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Capital One Shopping

Capital One Shopping, formerly known as Wikibuy, was purchased by Capital One in 2018. It has over 10,000 five-star reviews and is available as a free browser extension or as an app for either iOS or Android. It has over 10 million users, and you don’t have to be a Capital One customer or account holder to reap the benefits the shopping app offers.

When shopping on Capital One’s partner sites, you can earn rewards by clicking “ok” if you’re prompted to activate shopping rewards. Later, you can redeem the rewards for e-gift cards.

Capital One Shopping also has the ability to search for working promos and coupon codes at over 100,000 stores and works in the background while you shop. Once it identifies the best coupon, it applies it to your purchase for instant savings.

If you typically make three online purchases per month, the estimated annual savings by using Capital One Shopping is $393. Capital One Shopping also has a watchlist feature that alerts you when an item you’re interested in goes on sale or drops in price.

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Coupert launched its website in 2017. Though relatively new, it claims to be one of the best coupon sites in the world, featuring coupons, deals and vouchers from over 1.2 billion online retailers and brands. On top of the discounts and special offers, Coupert is also partnered with over 31,000 stores to help you earn cash back by sharing the commissions it receives from retailers for sending shoppers like you to their sites.

You can join over 3 million other shoppers and download Coupert’s browser extension or its mobile app, and it will automatically find and apply the best coupon code available when you checkout. According to Coupert, shoppers save an average of $28 per transaction.

You also take advantage of Coupert’s newsletters and coupon alerts via email. If you don’t want to subscribe, you can simply search for coupon codes on the Coupert site, copy the ones you want and paste them at the retailer’s checkout to get a discount.



CouponCabin was founded in 2003 and was the first coupon site to pair coupons with cash back. It has cash-back partnerships with over 6,000 of the most popular retailers, such as Target, Macy’s and Home Depot. It also boasts cash-back rates of up to 20% and a cash-back payment window that’s 70% faster due to its daily cash-back payment processing. Shoppers can receive cash-back payments as a check or to their PayPal, Venmo or Chase Payments account — or they can opt for an Amazon gift card.

Unlike many other coupon sites, CouponCabin also guarantees its coupon codes. If a shopper finds a coupon code that doesn’t work, CouponCabin will issue the shopper a $25 gift card from

To receive real-time savings alerts, you can download CouponCabin’s browser extension, which will notify you of coupons and cash-back offers as you shop. You can also shop via the mobile app and sign up for the site’s coupon newsletter via email.

Shutterstock / r.nagy was founded in 1998. If you’re a shopper who enjoys clipping coupons, is a great option. You can either browse the website or download the app available for iOS or Android. offers hundreds of dollars of online and printable coupons, which means you can score savings both online and in stores. You’ll find the latest deals and discounts from top retailers, such as Wayfair, Lowe’s, Samsung, and T.J. Maxx.

Linking loyalty cards from your favorite stores to’s app will allow you to add digital coupons to use when you shop. You can also earn cash back by submitting your receipt online at certain stores. Any cash back you earn is paid to your linked Paypal account, and no minimum redemption amount applies.

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DealNews was started by two friends over 25 years ago, in 1997. It has since grown to 100 employees globally that review thousands of online retailers and deals each day to bring the best deals to DealNews readers. On your first visit of the day to the website, all deals will appear as new. On subsequent visits throughout the day, only deals that have been added since your last visit will be flagged as new.

Once you subscribe to DealNews, you can also choose to sign up for DealNews newsletters in specific categories, including Men’s Clothing, Women’s Clothing, Electronics, and Home & Garden. If you’re looking for a specific deal, you can sign up for DealNews alerts. You’ll be emailed when a merchant, keyword, or category you specify is offering a deal. It also features “Editor’s Choice” deals, which means that two out of three of DealNews editors found the deal to be exceptional.



Hip2Save was started by Collin Morgan in 2008 to help not only her but also her family members and friends save money. Over the last 15 years, the site has grown to over 40 money-saving experts across the nation and includes the best deals and money-saving coupons.

You can browse the site or sign up for Hip2Save Text Messaging to be sent the hottest, time-sensitive deals posted on Hip2Save also has an app for download on both the App Store and Google Play. You can also sign up for the daily email newsletter featuring the latest deals and participate in contests and sweepstakes exclusively for Hip2Save’s email subscribers. Additionally, if you follow Hip2Save on Facebook, Instagram, and TikTok, you’ll be one of the first to know about exclusive deals and exciting giveaways just for social media users. Plus, the site also has a page to access the latest printable coupons, along with tips on how to get the most out of them.

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Honey is a free browser extension, founded in 2012, that automatically finds and applies coupon codes when you’re online shopping using Google Chrome. With more than 30,000 participating online stores and brands, and a 17.9% average discount, the PayPal owned site can save you a lot of money for very little effort. In fact, they have an average savings per user of $177 per year! If there’s not an active coupon code, their Droplist function allows you to add an item that you’re not quite ready to buy to a watchlist. Honey then notifies you when the price decreases or a coupon becomes available, allowing you to take advantage of a good deal.

They also offer Honey Gold, which is their cashback program. Once you’ve created a free account, you can earn a percentage back of each online order from any participating site. When you have enough “gold”, simply redeem it for a gift card! Honey really is one of the top coupon sites in the USA, primarily due to its ease of use.



Founded in 1997, Japanese-owned Rakuten offers both coupon codes and cashback of up to 40% (though most deals are under 5%) to consumers who make a free account. The company, which was formerly called Ebates, frequently offers a welcome bonus when you make an account and make your first purchase; currently a $10 bonus after making your first $25 purchase. Rakuten boasts a total payout to customers of over $2 billion and an average annual cashback payout of $63.50 per member.

To earn cashback, you have two options. You can log into your account and click on a deal that you want to use, following the link to the brand’s website and completing your purchase. Alternatively, you can install their browser extension to automatically search for deals while you’re online shopping. Once you’ve accumulated enough cashback, you can get paid by check, PayPal or (if you have one of them) other partner points programs, such as Scene+ points.

Sergei Elagin/Shutterstock partners with the world’s biggest brands to save you money at your favorite stores. It has saved shoppers over $10 billion since it was founded in 2007. When visiting the site, you’ll see three types of savings offers. The first type of savings offer features a “Get Code” button, which you click to get a coupon code to copy and then paste when you make a purchase on the related store’s website. The next type of savings offer features a “Get Deal”  button, which does not require you to copy or paste a coupon code. Once you click, you’ll be redirected to the store’s website, where the price of the item is already discounted. The last (and most rare) type of savings feature is “Print Coupon,” which requires you to print a coupon and use it in person at the physical store. also has a rewards program that allows shoppers to earn a rebate or cash back  when shopping online at’s partner retailer’s sites. The rewards, which are paid via Paypal, are in addition to the savings that shoppers receive as a member.



SlickDeals, founded in 1999, operates as a user-driven deal site, which means that millions of other shoppers are looking for the best deals, discounts, promos and coupons and reporting back. It’s the eighth-largest online shopping site in America, with 12 million shoppers visiting the site each month. To date, SlickDeals has saved consumers over $10 billion.

You can use the SlickDeals website, browser extension, or mobile app to find deals that other users have shared, voted for and commented on, and share deals that you find. Good deals are moved to the Popular Deals page, where SlickDeals editors determine which ones are worthy of front-page placement. Only the best of the best deals are featured on the SlickDeals front page.

You can choose to sign up for customized deal alerts by using keyword, store, brand or category filters. Because the site is user-driven, you’re always free to engage with other SlickDeals users by asking questions, voting on deals you like, and posting reactions using your favorite emojis. Once you find the deal you want, you can get an even deeper discount by combining it with credit card points and coupons that other users share. Promo codes and coupons are confirmed by SlickDeals’ dedicated coupon team.

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Swagbucks is one of only a couple of online coupon companies that also rewards consumers for completing surveys, shopping, playing games, buying gift cards, watching videos and more – essentially paying you for things you’re already doing or that take little time and effort. In addition to the site, there’s also a mobile app where you can earn “SB Points” while on the go that you can cash in for PayPal cash or gift cards. Since being founded in 2008, Swagbucks has paid out a whopping $842 million to their users!

The only downside to this company over other coupon and cashback sites is that you have to create a free account in order to access any coupons, while a website like CouponFollow allows users to view and use codes regardless of membership. If that doesn’t bother you, it’s a great way to save and make a little bit of money that you wouldn’t have otherwise!



TopCashBack was founded in 2011 and is partnered with over 7,000 stores, such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Walgreens, Adidas and TopCashBack claims it can save you over $400 a year on your online shopping, including home and garden, tech, fashion, fitness, travel, and health and beauty purchases. You can access TopCashBack via its website, browser extension or mobile app.

TopCashBack is free to join and pays you cash back on top of the retailer deals and coupon codes it features. So if you click on a retailer’s coupon or deal on the TopCashBack site, you’ll also have the option to earn cash back on your purchase. Cash back redemption options include your bank account, PayPal or a gift card, which can include a 5% bonus. TopCashBack differs from other cashback sites like Rakuten and Coupert because it passes 100% of its merchant commissions to its members in cash back instead of sharing them.

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Other Ways To Save

There are many other ways to save this year. Start by looking for sales offered directly at any of the stores you shop at – either in person or online. It can pay to wait to buy something you want and don’t urgently need until it goes on sale either directly with the brand or a retailer who sells the product. You can even save money on things you need that can’t wait, like groceries, by shopping based on what’s in the flyer. These savings may not seem like much at first, but they add up quickly, especially if it’s a repeat purchase.

Other ways to save include:

  • Printable coupons from manufacturers, often available on their website or via their e-newsletter.
  • Manufacturer coupons available in stores where their products are sold.
  • Store coupons that allow a consumer to get a discount or deal at the specific issuing store.
  • Price matching or a price guarantee at stores that have this policy, which stipulates that if you find a particular item at a lower price than the retailer offers, they will match or beat that price (sometimes up to 10%).
  • Collecting points or rewards if you regularly shop at a store that has a free customer loyalty program.
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