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Saving Money with Honey

I’m currently on a bit of a budget-kick and when it comes to making additional saving easier, I’ve found honey to be my jam. And I’m not talking about food. I’m taking about extra savings with no catch, no hassle. Imagine what you could do with extra $ each month, because with honey you are bound to find savings.

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So what is this honey?

Honey is a free automatic coupon finder extension for your internet browser (chrome, safari, firefox and opera) that searches for available discount codes while you shop and within seconds applies the best one to your online order, so you don’t have to trawl the web for coupon codes. It’s free to install and use and it pops up whenever you reach checkout and there are discounts available. You don’t even have to set up an account with honey, just install it as a chrome browser extension.

Why I LOVE it

I tend to forget to google “discount codes” when shopping online and I’ve found that with honey the best ones are automatically applied! That’s it. No catch, no monthly fees, no logging in, searching. Simple genius.


  • You can save money at places like iHerb (where I get a lot of my health food and clean domestic use goodies)
  • Amazon
  • Expedia.com
  • Hotels.com
  • Etsy
  • Plus many other sites (mostly US-based but some of them offer international shipping as well)
  • I’ve also found honey deals on Vistaprint and GoDaddy. On a couple of recent transactions the discounts have added to over $40.

Plus, there is free cashback

Best of all, if you do set up an account with them (it’s free and super quick, too!) you can also end up getting anywhere between 1-100% money back on your order! I ended up getting almost $13 on my domain renewal order.

If you’re an internet shopper, even an occasional one, there is no real reason why you shouldn’t just go and get honey to save money.

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1 comment

Kylie T September 3, 2017 at 6:50 pm

A wonderful post; definitely interesting and thanks for sharing.


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