Little did I know that grapes and carrots were not the only things that come in bunches. Apparently, according to Carrot Ink, ink cartridges are also grown in bunches, or at least they are grafted into bunches.
I am registered with so many coupon Apps that they are actually cancelling each other out. More on that later, but because I have been using more phone apps and have been relying less on coupon codes, I have been missing out on so many deals on the internet. While there are always the big gun sites for coupons, codes are popping up in the unlikeliest of places. Not only is GeekAlerts.com, which highlights all sorts of geekery, offering coupons (but in all fairness, they show off the best novelty kitchen gadgets out there), but sites that are a less shopping oriented, like SciTechDaily, ironically a science technology news site, are hopping on the turnip truck, too with Vistaprint coupon codes and the like.
There is competition out there. Vista is not the only game on the web offering business cards and professional labels to slap on your Vegan Strawberry Bacon-not Preserves. There is a $10 off of $40 coupon code for the aforementioned Carrot Ink, as well as many other resources for the basic supplies – less the food items – for marketing your wares.
Most of the coupons are not codes that you can copy, but automatically load to your cart when you click on the link from the coupon page, so be sure to have your cookies enabled.
What other surprising sites have you found lately where you have been directed to either a food related deal, or a deal related to storage and labeling?