This month we’re ending our Coupon Connection series on a high note with CouponCabin.com, a site that ranks among the highest in terms of features and tools to help keep your deals organized.
- The site is especially user-friendly, with a navigation bar that lists coupons by type (printable coupons, codes and promos, free samples, etc.), and features a tab for upcoming holidays.
- The CouponCabin blog has it all: tips for seasonal and holiday décor, affordable recipes, and even ways to save money on child care. There’s also a brilliant monthly feature called “Buy This, Not That,” to help readers decide when to buy now, and when to hold out for a better deal. Example: October is a great time to buy travel deals (people don’t travel as much come fall time so things like flights and hotel rooms are super cheap) and hold off on buying electronics because Black Friday deals are just a month away.
- The Coupon Cabin app is one of the most comprehensive couponing apps on the market. In addition to the usual features (keeping your deals organized, push notifications when you’re near stores that offer coupons, etc.) there’s a brilliant tool called the “Coupon Camera” you can use to photograph paper coupons and turn them into digital versions.
- Preview the app from your desktop before you download it so you don’t waste memory space on an app you won’t use – it’s a convenience few other sites offer.
- Offers a browser extension called the Coupon Cabin Sidekick that ensures you never forget to enter another coupon, promo code, or cash reward again while shopping online.
- While there is a section for grocery coupons, it’s not nearly as extensive as other couponing sites like Coupons.com or KrazyCouponLady.com.
All-in-all, CouponCabin.com is a valuable tool for online savings, and the Coupon Camera feature makes the accompanying app worth downloading.