Posts Tagged ‘coupons’

Firefox, IE Displaying Coupon Popups? May be Yahoo Toolbar …

Monday, March 25th, 2013

If you’re suddenly noticing a lot of popup coupon offers in Firefox or Explorer, this might be the reason why …

Toolbars have been quite useful in the past, and with that I mean ten or more years ago. The Google Toolbar for instance, available for many browsers at that time, added lots of options to the web browser. Today, toolbars appear to serve one purpose only, and that is making money for the company that publishes it. This is usually handled through search that earns the company money whenever users employ the search form the toolbar makes available. Usually, the installation will have an opt-out preference to change the browser’s default search provider and homepage as well for the complete package.


Get Coupon Code Notifications on Merchant Sites In Firefox

Friday, October 28th, 2011

I probably wouldn’t use an add-on like this myself … but I’m sure my wife would.

Coupons are a great way of saving money on the Internet. They obviously work best if you can get a coupon for an online shopping site that you want to make a purchase on (and not the other way round). The Firefox extension CouponsHelper is an unobtrusive add-on that informs you about coupon codes on supported merchant websites. The extension displays a small notification at the top of the browser window that lists coupons for that merchant.