But there's one thing my Bubba (grandmother) taught me: never pay retail.
Maybe it's a Jewish thing. Maybe it's a post-WWII thing but she would pass out coupons like candy to us. In the Internet-age, coupons are a big deal and I'm not entirely loyal to any given site. But there's one site that caught my eye because they give you money for sharing your coupons. CouponChief.com has a "pays-2-share" model that allows me to upload coupons I think are awesome. If someone uses my coupon in a sale, I get 2% of that sale.
HOW COOL IS THAT?
For those of us that are coupon mavens, that's pretty awesome! Unfortunately, that program is only open to people with a U.S. address.
I don't always upload my coupons, though, because I like to see what else they have to offer. Craig recently looked at their BestBuy coupons because he wants a new laptop. I like to shop with smaller companies, so I prefer coupons from ideeli.com and Asoya.com.
They even have really great deals on car rental (which will come in handy because we want to tour the West Coast... of Michigan).
I'm adding CouponChief.com to my short list of coupon sites I like. They give me money for my coupons and they have some really cool stores that match the needs of my family. That gets an A++ in my book.
Also, check this out:
I love it when a site gives back to the community!