Welcome to Coupon Coder!
Welcome to Coupon Coder! We originally started out as a travel deals website, but we have since expanded to become an all-purpose savings machine! We have tens of thousands of coupon codes for hundreds of merchants (and we’re rapidly expanding!).
Our Name is a Noun…and a Verb.
We named ourselves Coupon Coder because that not only describes what you’ll find on our website (lots and lots of promo codes), but it’s also what we do: we are Coupon Coders. We seek, evaluate, and sometimes even create coupon codes for all our website visitors.
Why use Coupon Coder?
Unlike most coupon codes sites that have tens of thousands of rarely-updated pages with user-submitted promo codes that expired years ago, we have a team of dedicated professionals that update our coupon codes daily. We’ve narrowed our focus so that we have valid and working promo codes for the most popular merchants around.
Detailed How-To Guides
Do you want to buy something online, but can’t find the coupon code entry field anywhere in the online shopping cart?
Merchants sometimes put their coupon code box in weird places. Or they have multiple pages involved in making a payment, and the promo code is hidden on the first of four pages.
We’ve created detailed how-to guides with screenshots that will show you exactly where to enter your promo code so that you don’t miss out on savings!
Connect With and Learn More About a Merchant.
Have you signed up with a new service and want to know more about them? Or maybe you want to know the best way to try and contact them if you have a question? We give a brief biography of each company that’s usually full of cool and surprising facts that we come across.
We also check out a merchant’s social media pages to find the ones that they’re most active on. If you want to ask a question, will you get a faster response from their Twitter page? Instagram? Facebook? We evaluate each one and let you know what your best bet is.
Save on Hotels:
We have dedicated pages for the most popular hotel booking services like Hotels.com, Hotwire, and Expedia. In addition, we also have pages for discount hotel services like Priceline.com and Booking.com, which don’t offer coupon codes but do have daily sales that we can point you too:
Air Travel Promo Codes:
The costs of air travel are known for fluctuating each day, and even at different times throughout the day. On top of that, they also have discount codes. Luckily we like to collect those codes and pass them onto you.
Here’s Why We’re The Best Place To Find The Cheapest Air Tickets:
We’ve teamed up with Expedia to offer a simple and easy to use search widget to help you find the lowest price on flights, hotels, and vacation packages to your chosen destination.
But ours is better. You know why? After you find the lowest price on a certain website (lets say, Expedia.com), you can then visit our Expedia page and use the best deals we have available.
Instructions: Type in your departing city and your arriving city, and the travel dates. A list of flight deals will appear, all sorted by price (lowest first, obviously!). You can change the default sorting feature if you’re looking for shortest flight time, direct flights only, etc.
More Flight Savings Resources:
Flight fares tend to be the most volatile of travel-related expenses. Booking more than ninety days in advance will save you money, and your favorite flights won’t be sold out. We also feature coupon codes from popular airlines to save you that little bit extra:
Vacation companies tend to be operated by popular airline companies like United, American, and Southwest Vacations. They work out deals with hotels in popular destinations and create packages that save you money. And you know what’s better? They also offer coupon codes to save you even more money off their trips: Here are our Featured Vacation companies:
Car Rental Discount Codes:
Once you get there, car rentals are a must for most places. We have lots of discount codes that’ll save you hundreds on your car rental. We also have promo codes for popular ride-sharing companies like Lyft and Uber! Depending on where you go, sometimes using a service like Uber to get around is actually cheaper than a car rental, once you add up gas and insurance.
More About Our Most Popular Travel Pages:
You know the infamous commercials with Captain Obvious, right? Hotels.com has recently taken the travel world by storm. Formerly known as the “Hotels Reservation Network (HRN)”, the website has grown to challenge Expedia as the world’s most popular travel booking site.
The site also offers weekly promo codes that will save you an additional 5-15% off their already discounted prices. These offers change each week, so if you use Hotels.com as your main booking site, bookmark our deals page so you can keep coming back to it.
Expedia’s Daily Deals:
Expedia has taken a page from daily deal sites and created a “daily deals” section where you can browse limited time offers for flights, hotels, and vacation packages. These deals are usually for 40% off or more. Definitely a cool page to look at if you want to go travelling but aren’t too sure where to go just yet.
Livingsocial is very much like Groupon in that they offer steep discounts for a limited time. They also have a ‘travel section’ devoted to cheap hotels and other amazing deals. The travel deals you see for Livingsocial are actually automatically generated based on what geographic location you (the website visitor) come from. So you should see travel deals that are close geographically to you.
We also have a dedicated promo code page for Livingsocial that features all their latest promotions.
This is great if you want to go for a weekend away. However, if you want to travel to somewhere far away, this Livingsocial widget is less useful. Click through to their website and then you can browse all the travel deals Livingsocial has featured.
Okay, you got us: Amazon.com isn’t a travel company. But they do have a lightning box feature where they offer steep discounts on a few products for only an hour or two. Since pretty much everyone has bought something from Amazon.com at one point in their life, and those who search for “travel coupons” probably also enjoy searching for deals on other products that they buy.