Coupons at CheckoutI learned about Coupons at Checkout by way of Clark Howard, who has been kind enough to write about my site multiple times in past books. Whenever you shop online—including for travel products—there’s a chance you can find a coupon code to apply to what you’re buying. Clark says the easiest way to find coupon codes is by installing this browser extension, called Coupons at Checkout.

It’s compatible with PC and Mac computers and with all of the most popular browsers including Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome and Safari. Says Clark: “When you’re shopping, Coupons at Checkout scans all the coupon offers available and lets you know what’s available to you. Just click the code you want, and it will automatically populate the promotion code box. Then be sure to hit the apply or redeem button (or hit “Enter” on the keyboard) on the retailer website.” It’s that easy. If you need a visual demo see their video here.

Johnny Jet
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