Shopoholics Rejoice: Couponing Is Easier Than Ever

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5:52 PM EDT April 25th, 2013

Online shopping is all the rage these days. Who doesn’t love avoiding checkout lines, battling for a parking spot, and having to sort through racks of stuff you wouldn’t even let your grandma wear? With a few clicks of your mouse — or taps of your finger — you can find exactly what you’re looking for without even getting out of bed.

But with great power comes great responsibility: making sure you don’t break the bank. Luckily, online shopping allows you to find the most competitive rate on the product you are looking for and the ability to utilize online coupons.

And utilize those coupons you should: according to a new report, just 16.3 percent of the country’s mobile phone users redeemed a mobile coupon last year. That number is expected to rise pretty rapidly, but you have a chance to get ahead of the curve.

Coupons come in all different forms and a new infographic from Rather-Be-Shopping.com shares five different ways you can save online. From abandoning your shopping cart to live chats, you’d be surprised how much cash you can save with a few simple tricks.

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