REDDING, CA – (IBWire.com November 30, 2011) – Rather-Be-Shopping.com, a leading online coupon destination, has added ‘Coupon Alerts’ for Christmas specific promotions and coupon codes in time for the Christmas shopping season. In addition to email alerts for over 750 individual stores, consumers can now sign up for alerts to December specific coupons for free shipping and up to 50% off at popular stores like Lands’ End, Best Buy, Old Navy, and Eddie Bauer.
“Hundreds of popular retailers offer specific online coupons for Christmas shopping which makes finding and tracking them overwhelming for many. We have eliminated all of that by allowing consumers to sign up for our free coupon alerts which will automatically notify them via email when we add a coupon for their favorite store or shopping category.” said Kyle James, owner and president of Rather-Be-Shopping.com. “You now have no excuse to pay full price when shopping online this Christmas.”
In addition to online coupons, James offers additional tips on how to get the most savings this Christmas:
Shop Late, Not Early: Expect deals and coupons to improve toward the middle of December. Retail sales are expected to be sluggish and retailers will start slashing prices and offering better coupons in mid-December to spur consumers to make larger purchases.
Free Expedited Shipping: An online shopping trend in recent years is for many retailers to offer coupons for free expedited or express 2-day shipping to extend the online shopping season. Look for this trend to grow even more this year. These coupons will be available starting around December 19th.
Rather-Be-Shopping.com is a leading destination for savvy shoppers looking for online coupons, printable coupons, and free shipping offers. Since 2001, online shoppers have made the website their hub for coupons to over 700 top national retailers like Lowe’s, Lands’ End, Kohl’s, Target, Walmart, Dell, and American Eagle Outfitters. Rather-Be-Shooping.com also has a popular blog offering tips on other creative ways to save money in everyday life. For more information, please visit http://www.rather-be-shopping.com