Extreme Couponing: Free Coupons Now Easier to Find and Use

BOGOs, Catalinas, and ECBs Oh My! Thanks to the success of TLC’s Extreme Couponing and websites like Groupon and Living Social taking off, more and more sites are jumping into the couponing game. Realizing that the current state of the economy has families pinching pennies and clipping “coups,” stores are doing all they can to attract consumers and loyal visitors by providing innovative ways to find and use coupons and discounts.

Want Examples? Check out the changes being made on a few of the web’s more popular sites:

Freecoupons.com has made a huge overhaul on their website. The redesign introduces an updated design and user interface, blog reorganization and coupon sharing features. Users now have access to weekly store matchups, shopping tips, and even a way to share coupons with others in their community.

Glenn Beck, the controversial, conservative, talk show host from Fox News has launched Markdown.com which is essentially a Groupon knockoff.

Mark Zuckerberg’s Social behemoth Facebook recently started a group markdown service for it’s users aptly named Facebook Daily Deals.

Google Wallet , which is expected to be available this summer, will allow consumers to take advantage of coupon and customer loyalty benefits all from the comfort and convenience of their cellphones.

Which of these services do you currently use or plan on using? Are there any other sites that you visit daily to find amazing deals?

via Sure Start News