I am what you might call a “bargain hopper”. It gives me great pleasure in knowing that I purchased something at the lowest possible price.
The slowing of the real estate market and the economy as a whole has made everyone a bit more frugal and willing to go to a bit more effort to find a great deal.
Allow me to show you a few tricks to saving money while still keeping on top of the latest real estate technology.
Discounts on Computers
First of all, never pay full price on a computer. In fact, don’t even settle for a sale price. A simple Google search and a bit of good timing can save you so much more money.
When making an online purchase, have you seen the promo code or coupon code field and wondered what that is and how to get one?
Promo codes are special offers sent to select groups of people that can lead to huge savings. These codes tend to be for very specific products and expire after a short period or after a limited number of uses.
Luckily, there are numerous websites that post promo codes for leading manufacturers. By performing a Google search on the company name followed by the words “promo code”, you are bound to stumble upon a site with relevant codes.
I find the best luck with HP and Dell codes on sites like DealTaker.com. I have found discounts as deep as $500 off of a computer or 30% off of the purchase price. Many times, these discounts negate other deals, but they are usually better than the discounts offered on the company’s website.
If you don’t find a good promo code, be patient. New codes are released all the time.
Peripheral, Software and Other Technology Discounts
The advent of social networking has brought upon the idea of social discount sharing. Many websites have popped up where visitors can share discounts that they have run across.
While these sites showcase a ton of technology savings, they also offer other discounts. Does a Papa John’s 5 topping pizza for $11 sound good to anyone?
Subscribe to the SearchAllDeals RSS feed to make sure that you don’t miss out of any fantastic money saving offers.