Wine.com Coupon Codes For July 2017:
Welcome to our round-up of the best coupons and promotional offers for Wine.com. Wine.com usually has month-long promotions to save at least 10% off wine purchases, gift baskets, and discount shipping. They also have a tendency to release ‘flash sales’ that are only valid for 24-48 hours, so keep your eyes peeled. We will keep updating our list as these new promo codes appear. We recommend bookmarking this page if you are a frequent shopper of Wine.com.
Feel free to scroll down past our list of coupons for some quick tips on how to order wine at restaurants, how to use these promo codes properly, as well as some pretty cool facts about Wine.com that most people aren’t aware of. Did you know that Wine.com is the world’s largest online wine retailer?
Latest Coupon Codes and Promotions from Wine.com (Newest Listed First):
New Customers: Save $10 Off Your Order of $75 or More:Show CouponNEW10
Save $20 Off $200+ at Wine.com:Show CouponSEPT20
Save up to 40% Off Great Fall Wines:ACTIVATE OFFERACTIVATED
New! Get $30 Off $300+ or More:Show CouponJUNE30
Save $15 off your order of $150 or More at Wine.com:ACTIVATE OFFERACTIVATED
Save 10% Off 6 or More Bottles of Provence Rose:Show CouponPROVENCE
Save 10% Off 6 or More Bottles of Garnacha from Cariñena:Show CouponCARINENA
Save 10% Off Gift Baskets and Gift Sets at Wine.com:Show CouponMOMWINE15
Save 10% Off Wine Club Gift Memberships:Show CouponSUMMERCLUB7
Save $5 Off Your Order of $75 Or More:Show CouponSEPT2015
Australian Wine Special: Save 10% Off 6 or More Bottles of Australian Wine.Show CouponAUSSIE
Free Shipping All Year Long when you sign up for Stewardship:ACTIVATE OFFERACTIVATED
How To Order Wine At Restaurants:
Creating a wine collection at home is one of the great pleasures in life for a wine connoisseur. But part of wine culture is going out to restaurants and the whole process can be challenging. check out these tips from Wine.com’s own Gwendolyn Osborn:
Hat Tip to Lifehacker.
Where to Enter Promo Codes on Wine.com:
Every online retailer seems to put their promotional code box in a different place. Here we will give you step-by-step instructions for entering these promo codes.
- Order your desired wine on their website’s online store.
- Go the shopping cart.
- On the bottom left of the shopping cart there will be a little box that says: Enter Promo Code. Enter the code and click “Apply Code“.
- You’ll know it works when it says: “valid promotional code” just above the promo code box.
- And you’re done!
A Brief History of Wine.com:
The company we know as ‘wine.com’ actually started out as evineyard.com back in 1998. They then purchased the ‘wine.com’ domain name back in 2001, and the rest is history. They have become the largest online wine retailer for ten years running, according to Internet Retailer. Amazon has recently announced that they are expanding their online wine business, so we will have to see if Wine.com is able to continue its status as #1.
Like most gourmet websites, Wine.com encourages you to start a ‘Steward-Ship’ membership to save money. For approximately $49 (it varies by state due to local state alcohol laws) you can unlimited shipping of wine.
Wine.com also has their headquarters in one of the most central locations for wine lovers: San Francisco. As their website says, they are halfway between California’s famous wine country and Silicon Valley. The perfection intersection of wine and technology:
Find Wine.com Around the Web:
- Wine.com on Facebook – Like Wine.com on Facebook and you can stay up to date on special promotions. They also offer ‘flash tastings’, where they have surprise free tastings at certain locations.
- Twitter – Wine.com has a very active Twitter account where they regularly interact with customers. If you want to get in contact with them, this seems like the best social media platform to do it.
- Youtube Wine.com’s official youtube channel. You can learn more about wine, explore vineyards, and learn how to order wine at restaurants.
Inc. Magazine Profiles Wine.com:
Selling an alcoholic beverage online has its challenges. This video from Inc Magazine is a cool profile of the challenges Wine.com has faced over the years. Even today Wine.com can only service 42 states, due to every state having their own local liquor laws.