Research shows that the most searched coupon in NJ is this one…
As a state, it’s no surprise that Google cuts nearly more than any other state in the country. In fact, we’re number two nationwide in coupon usage.
And it’s no wonder. We’re probably the most cash-strapped with all the taxes we pay here. Not only that, but apparently we’re also a coupon-savvy bunch.
I admit there’s almost nothing I buy that I’m not looking for a coupon for. You just know they exist, so why waste 10% or 20% off when all it takes is a quick Google search to find that discount?
an interesting new research study by Forbes Advisor find that we are in the top five states that are looking for the most coupons. Number one is Tennessee, followed by numbers 3, 4 and 5 by Maryland, Alabama and Texas.
As I said above, this is not surprising. What is surprising are the coupons we search for the most and these are for Wayfairthe famous furniture e-commerce site.
If you know, you know. Wayfair has everything you could need for home furnishings, from rugs to beds to linens, kitchen utensils, art and just about everything in between. And some of the homes you most admire are decorated entirely in rue du Wayfair website.
According to the research, search interest was highest in areas of New Jersey closest to the major cities of New York and Philadelphia. This makes sense since if you’ve ever seen the furniture on Wayfairyou know they do a great job of replicating many of the sophisticated and elegant styles that designers in town offer for a lot more money.
But it’s pretty easy to figure out which coupons are the most searched nationwide, and those are for clothes. SHEINThe ultra-popular women’s clothing site. SHEIN is a phenomenon in itself. In December of last year, searches for SHEIN coupons increased 1231% above average levels in South Dakota. In Kentucky, research SHEIN coupons increased by 497%. I guess a lot of people across the country have quelled their pandemic boredom by shopping for trendy and inexpensive women’s clothing.
Everyone has their favorite coupon finding sites, but some seem to give you more than others every time. Some give you digital coupons, some give you coupons you can print out, some offer codes, and many show side-by-side price comparisons across all the different websites. Some of the best ones I’ve found and use regularly are:
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The lesson to be learned is simple. Never buy anything without first researching a coupon, discount or promotional code. Especially in times like these when your money isn’t going that far, it’s crazy to forgo an available discount when all it takes is a quick Google search to find one. Buying without a coupon is leaving money on the table.
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