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November 23, 2011 separator Uncategorized

What do Crabtree & Evelyn, The Body Shop, Amazon, and Macy’s have in common? You can get deep discounts for each of these major retailers with a coupon code from CouponCodes.ca. Just in time for holiday shopping – gifting for others and yourself, of course – something we can all use during the biggest shopping season of the year! I never buy anything online without doing a quick search for discount codes. You never know when you’ll find free shipping or just a quick discount, so it’s always worth a look.

There are lots of companies out there that I would never consider shopping at without a coupon, like New York & Company or Bed, Bath, and Beyond, simply because they always have one in circulation. The great thing about CouponCodes.ca, though, is that they’ve actually got  name=”coupons” style=”font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; text-align: -webkit-auto;” target=”_blank” title=”coupons”>coupons for sites where you wouldn’t normally already have five different discounts in your purse.

My favorite part when I started browsing this site is the deals for cute holiday clothes, makeup, and jewelry. That ruffled dress from eShakti? It’s only $55 before the $20 off, and you’d be the cutest thing at any Christmas party wearing that, right?! I’m also dying for the swallow jacket from French Connection, but I’m not gonna lie – it’s still living on the outskirts of my meager clothing budget. You can find all the deals pictured here in the Top 50 section.
For my readers outside the U.S., you’re in luck – because CouponCodes is a UK-based company, they have lots of free international shipping deals. This site makes it easy to shop on the cheap at your favorite retailers. You can just pick your discount, click it, and you’ll be taken straight to the shop with your coupon code. One of my favorite things about browsing this service was discovering some really cute new shops, like eShakti. Can you tell I’m coveting that dress?!

On that note, do you coupon? Does anybody consider themselves an extreme couponer? If so, I’m dying to hear the details – comment away!!!

disclosure: This is a sponsored post. I was compensated by CouponCodes.ca for writing about the site and service. I only write about brands and products that I have supported or would be happy to support personally. For more information on my advertising options, plase click here.

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