KNOWING HOW to navigate Amazon’s secret coupon page is one of the best skills you can have as a smart shopper. Of course you can score major savings on hidden deals at the Amazon Overstock Outlet and Amazon Warehouse, but when you learn how to shop using Amazon coupons you can quite literally find goods up to 80% off. Virtual coupon clipping can prove to be especially useful as we approach Memorial Day. Right now, there are major discounts patio furniture, camping essentials, clothes from premium menswear brands, and more that you can scoop up. Wouldn’t it be nice to do your summer shopping before the three-day holiday weekend?
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How to Use Amazon Coupons
Unlike other Amazon deals, you have to “clip” your Amazon coupons for them to be applied. The clipping action isn’t that hard; all you have to do is either tap the “Clip Coupon” button or tap on the product and go to the product page. You’ll find each coupon has a specific deal attached. Some of the deals are limited-time offers from brands themselves, while others are Prime Member exclusive deals. You do not have to be an Amazon Prime member to use Amazon Coupons, but if you want to maximize your savings then it would be smart to sign up for an Amazon Prime membership trial.
After clipping your coupon you can then add your product to cart. Your savings won’t initially show up in your cart, but when you proceed to checkout you will see your savings reflected then. We believe Amazon probably does this to ensure you cannot load your cart with multiples of the same product (most coupons can only be used one one item only), so clicking through to the checkout phase ensures you’re locking in the one-time use of said coupon.
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Shop Amazon Coupons by Category
If you want to shop coupons by category, we’ve provided an easy go-to list below you can use.
Do Amazon Coupons Expire?
Like traditional cut-out coupons, Amazon coupons do expire. But unlike traditional coupons with the expiration date on them, Amazon simply write that “coupons are valid for a limited time only.” When an Amazon Coupon is about to expire, it will also be added to a section called “Expiring Soon.” The good news is this section will appear at the top of the Amazon Coupon homepage.
The Best Way to Navigate Amazon Coupons
Finding the Amazon Coupons homepage can be a bit tricky, but we’ve got a good method for viewing all the current Amazon Coupon savings on your desktop and on your phone via the Amazon app. But first, if you want to get to the coupon page immediately to view the latest deals, this button below will direct you to the Amazon Coupons homepage.
Once you are at the Amazon Coupons homepage you can view all the current deals by product category. You can also search for specific products and brands using the search bar on the homepage.
How to Find Amazon Coupons on Desktop
The best way to find the Amazon Coupons homepage on your desktop is by clicking on Today’s Deals first. Then, once you are brought to the daily deals homepage, you will notice a couple of subsections at the top of your computer listed to the right of Today’s Deals. Those subsections are: Coupons, Renewed Deals, Outlet, and Amazon Warehouse.
Click on “Coupons” and you will be brought to the Amazon Coupons homepage.
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How to Find Amazon Coupons on the Amazon App
For us, we found the best method to find the Amazon Coupons homepage on your phone (using the Amazon app) is by simply searching “amazon coupons” in the search bar. From there, you will be brought directly to the Amazon Coupons homepage where you can click an apply coupons to products just like you would on desktop.
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Gear and Commerce Editor
John Thompson is the Gear and Commerce Editor at Men’s Health, where he covers fashion, grooming, gear, and technology. He was previously the Style & Gear Editor at BroBible.com, and a commerce writer for TheManual.com. His interests include shopping for rare vintage clothes and following his favorite baseball team, the Kansas City Royals.
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