Who doesn’t love a good deal? If you’re constantly turning your pockets inside out, only to come across dust bunnies, Frugaa.com might be the answer to all your finance-related prayers. The online coupon search engine works directly with “thousands of online stories” to get you the best deals the Internet has to offer without ever having to do all the dirty work. It sure beats having to adopt cold ramen noodles as your main food group – that’s for certain.
HOW DOES FRUGAA SAVE YOU CASH?
Online stores are constantly offering deals unbeknownst to the majority of customers. Many of us are left in the dark about these promotions and consequently, we end up forking up way more than we should. But let’s face the facts…few people have the willpower to manually clip coupons for hours on end. Even shop-savvy consumers might willingly choose to forgo extra savings just to save themselves the time and energy they would otherwise need to spend surfing the web for these allusive promo codes.
That’s where Frugaa comes in. The website will find the latest working promo codes or coupons to help every day consumers save money on their purchases – all thanks to the dedicated staff at Frugaa who are constantly hunting for the sweetest bargains. The easy-to-use platform boasts an incredibly user-friendly interface that allows shoppers to filter their search by category and calculate their savings with a budget slider (see below):
Frugaa – like many other successful crowd-sourced websites – is community driven, meaning users can actually vote on whether or not a coupon works. This aggregated vote count will help the website automatically rank the deals based on popularity. Users can also create their own Frugaa profile and complete fun challenges to earn points that can be redeemed for prizes, such as gift cards.
So whether you’re looking for designer clothing, furniture to decorate your new home or the latest electronic gadgets, Frugaa has got you covered. The online site even has its own marketplace with some of the “hottest products” available. Finally, shopping – and shopping smartly – has become sensible and “being Fruga(L),” as one user implies, doesn’t always have to be so painful.”