Wednesday, May 7, 2008


I got an email a while back from Kevin of CouponCabin. I've been meaning to put it in my newsletter, Yard Salers, at, but now that food prices have spiked so high, and everyone is worried about prices in general, I figure this is a good time to catch up.

Eyeballing the site, I see coupons to a few places I already shop regulary...$5 off a $50 Target online order (I don't know about you but I tend to go into Target to get one thing, and walk out with a cart full). Maybe I'd be more restrained ordering from them online. VistaPrint, Home Depot, Weight Watchers, etc.

Here's part of the letter: ( is a leading online site for consumers
trying to find the best deals and coupons.  I know you�ve already wrapped up
your holiday season, but thought that and founder Scott Kluth
might be a valuable resource to you on future online shopping stories and
ultimately your audience.


Here are a couple great examples of
statistics/trends that might be of interest:


  • In September,
    visitors spent $6.2 million using 754,000 coupons and saving a total of

  • represents savings
    and coupons for more than 800 retailers � up 25 percent compared to

  • The top 5 coupon categories hit by visitors in September were:

    1. Women�s Apparel (169,376

    2. Home & Garden (151,146

    3. Baby, Kids & Toys (146,091

    4. Men�s Apparel (133,253

    5. Electronics (101,622

Happy coupon-ing!

1 comment:

  1. couponcabin is a great site, however its always good to look around .. is one of my favorites, they were featured on cnn.. their printable coupons are amazing