In my previous post, five reasons why I don’t use coupons, I noted that one of my issues with coupons was their non-green factor. It’s a lot of paper waste, especially since not all of us recycle as well as we should. Well, I recently got the heads up about a new application that eliminates paper coupons (to a point) and still saves you money.
What’s this application?
Coupon Sherpa is an application you can add to your iPhone or iPod Touch. It allows you access to hundreds of in-store coupons for tons of merchants.
Coupon Sherpa allows access to two types of coupons…
“Exclusive Coupons – This application features coupons from many retailers that are exclusive to Coupon Sherpa users. Show these coupons to at checkout to receive the discount.
In-Store Coupons from the Internet – The Coupon Sherpa staff scours the Internet daily to conveniently bring you the best in-store coupons. Find a coupon you would like to use by searching for the store name or category, then show it on your iPhone at check out, or email it to yourself to print out later.”
Coupon Sherpa Features:
- Hundreds of in-store coupons
- Find coupons by category or store name
- Email coupons to friends
- Create your own favorites list of stores
- Find the nearest store
- Exclusive coupons that can’t be found elsewhere
- New coupons added daily
What does this cost?
What do you think? Is this something you might try?
[images via Coupon Sherpa]