Yikes! Coupons Delivered Via RSS!

For discount junkies, Coupons, Inc., a U.S. provider of consumer-printable coupons, has rolled out an RSS feed to deliver advertisers’ coupons directly to consumers' desktops. The new all-coupons feed is available on the My Yahoo and My MSN services from www.coupons.com and for stand-alone RSS readers via www.coupons.com/rss.asp.

Apparently, the growing popularity of RSS feeds could not be ignored. Not an all bad idea for those that hate schlepping pounds and pounds of newspaper coupons to the dump each week, the coupons delivered to RSS subscribers are also updated simultaneously on Coupons, Inc.’s recently introduced CouponBar, - a toolbar directly installed into Web browsers that features an updated list of available offers. Combine this with A9 and no one ever has to leave their desk again to shop anymore. Here's to an even fatter America.

by Steve Hall    Mar-30-05   Click to Comment   

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CouponAlbum site (http://www.couponalbum.com) is having all the best coupons for online shopping.

Posted by: Blake on November 8, 2007 12:28 AM

KeepCash.com also has a nice coupon RSS feed. They are one of the biggest deals and coupon sites out there.

Posted by: Jack on March 13, 2008 9:55 PM

MrDealFinder.com is another great coupon site with a frequently updated rss coupon feed.

Posted by: Mad Coupons on June 10, 2008 12:30 AM

Pinchthepenny.com is putting together a coupon rss feed for multiple merchants.

Posted by: RSSCOUPONS on June 10, 2008 6:41 PM

GoGoShopper.com has rss feed for every store.

Posted by: Jack on June 12, 2008 5:17 PM

FatBuys.com is a new online deal and coupons site. It might not be big like the others but they do offer quality listings.

Posted by: Dave on July 2, 2008 1:25 PM

Keepcash also has a RSS feed for deals and coupons.

Posted by: josh on July 23, 2008 11:36 PM

i agree that coupons delivered via RSS is very convenient for the consumer, but i think an even better solution, from the retailer's perspective, is a coupon like EZ-PIC, the so-called "paperless coupon," that functions as an in-store promotional tool, basically invisible to the customer as a brand but convenient and efficient for the retailer and the manufacturers, and the savings show up on the customer's bill.

Posted by: James on March 10, 2009 12:50 PM

We added the RSS feature to our coupon site as well. So far everyone seems to love it!

Posted by: 3tailer Coupons on March 27, 2009 2:39 PM

RedTagDeals.com (http://www.redtagdeals.com/) is a good source for online coupons and deals.

Posted by: Hussey on June 24, 2009 9:13 AM