When shopping online, there is one thing we all enjoy, and that’s a good coupon that can give us awesome discounts. The problem is, how do we come across these quality discounts on a regular basis? No need to worry, we’ve got you covered if you’re using Firefox.
Finding the best coupon add-on is not an easy task, but it’s not impossible either. For a web browser such as Firefox, there are a ton of options, but we are only going to focus on the best five of the bunch. Each add-on can be downloaded via the official Firefox add-on page.
We do not recommend downloading any add-ons if it is not from the official page, and this is for security concerns, of course.
Best Coupon add-ons for Firefox
These five coupons are some of the best available right now for Firefox, so check them out.
- RetailMeNot Genie
- CouponCabin Sidekick
Let us talk more about this in more detail.
This is probably the most popular of the five on this list. It is well known on the web, but is it any good? To that, we give a simple yes. The tool supports thousands of retailers around the world, which is almost all the retailers you use on a regular basis.
Do you love to shop at Amazon, eBay, or even Macy’s? Don’t fret because Honey has got you covered in all these areas and much more. Now, in terms of the user interface, well, its pretty good and easy to understand for anyone.
Coupons are always available for popular retailers, so you will never be out of options on any given day.
Download the Honey add-on via the official Mozilla Firefox page.
2] RetailMeNot Genie
OK, so we also love to use RetailMeNot Genie from time-to-time, because it just works. The tool is designed automatically to apply coupons to your item when you’re cashing out. The fact that everything is done automatically is a big plus, especially for those of us who are too lazy to perform a few mouse clicks.
RetailMeNot Genie supports many online retailers, so chances are, your favorite is on the list, therefore, we suggest giving a test drive.
Download the RetailMeNot Gene add-on via the official Mozilla Firefox page.
3] CouponCabin Sidekick
What we have here is another great option that must not be ignored. You see, chances are you have heard of CouponCabin.com, a place filled with thousands of coupons. If you are tired of visiting the website on a regular basis, then simply download the add-on for Firefox.
The tool will automatically, and discreetly, notify users when it recognizes that a coupon is available. Not only that, but CouponCabin Sidekick provides cashback opportunities as well, but not on every item.
As with all of the options here, the CouponCabin Sidekick is very easy to use, and straight to the point.
Download the CouponCabin Sidekick add-on via the official Mozilla Firefox page.
Not a bad add-on this one, because it’s more than just a tool for showing coupons. We understand it was shown on the Today Show, USA Today, ABC News, so maybe you have heard of it, or maybe not. It’s a decent tool because it focuses a lot on showing price comparisons and making sure users know the shipping cost before checking it out.
However, it also supports the showing of coupons for many websites, and that’s the most important aspect for us. It works, and quite well, but probably not in the same way as the others above, but you should enjoy it nonetheless.
Download the PriceBlink add-on via the official Mozilla Firefox page.
The final one on our list is CouponsHelper. It is designed to automatically find coupon codes from thousands of retailers while you shop online. The tool will automatically show deals, and will never popup if there is nothing to show.
We like it due to the number of retailers it supports, and the ease of use. If you are looking to save some cash when shopping online, then CouponsHelper is a good bet.
Download CouponsHelper via the official add-on page.
Did we miss any?