RetailMeNot debuts new mobile site for Android users
Looking to save a quick buck on your next pair of pants, headphones, or domain name? If you’re like us then you often head to RetailMeNot.com to see if there is a promo code or coupon that can be redeemed to save some money on our purchase. We’ve loved using the the site for the last few years however we’ve never been a fan of the mobile experience. All that has changed now that RetailMeNot has a new mobile-friendly site that looks gorgeous on our Android phones.
Upon visiting m.retailmenot.com users will be greeted with four major options – Top Coupons, Popular Stores, Submit Coupon, and Contact. From there it’s pretty darn simple and impressive. Should your desired store not be listed in the top coupons you can also search at the top of any page on the site.
Please note that this is not an app that you download so don’t look for it in the Android Market. All ya have to do is point your web browser to the address.
RetailMeNot’s mobile site provides capabilities for consumers to:
- Search Hundreds-of-Thousands of Online Coupons: Users can search for and locate coupons through Suggestive Store Search, most “Popular” stores or via curated “Top Coupon” listings
- Easily Redeem Promotional Codes: This quick-use option allows users to copy and paste an online coupon or promotional code directly into a store’s checkout
- Conveniently Email coupons to a personal account for use when they are at home and ready to purchase
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