Drop Down Deals: Up to 80% Savings Delivered Right to You!

Imagine you’re shopping online at your favorite website and a high value coupon appears right on your screen. You didn’t even have to search for it! Receiving savings you didn’t even ask for? That’s how they do things over at Drop Down Deals.

They provide a web plug-in that literally drops down highly relevant coupons, deals, discounts and savings when you’re shopping at an online retailer. You can then easily see all available offers for that site, and compare that to other retailers.  When you aren’t shopping, it’s completely invisible and when you are shopping it’s seamless and unobtrusive.

I’ll be honest, the idea of downloading a plug-in to my computer seemed like some sort of scam. So I did some research and found out that the Drop Down Deals plug-in is easily downloadable at no cost to the user and with approval from Norton™ AntiVirus, McAfee SECURE™, BBB® and CNET.  I downloaded it (it was FREE as promised) and had no issues. Then a few days later when I was shopping for the perfect Father’s Day present, a coupon appeared for the site I was shopping at. I was impressed. I saved money without even trying. Pretty FAB if you ask me!

Even more FAB? Drop Down Deals wants to make their site even better and wants your opinion on how to do just that.

You can be entered to win a $50 pre-paid debit card just for taking this simple 12 question survey HERE.

Here’s how it works:

1. Head over to Drop Down Deals and take a quick look around.

2. Take the short survey HERE (make sure you enter your email address so we can contact you if you win!).

3. That’s it. No need for #3 because if you completed step 1 and 2 you are automatically entered to win!

You will have 10 days to take the survey, but why wait? Head on over now and get entered for your chance to win! We will post the winner on June 30th.

Comments

  • Rainy Simpson

    I am not impressed with the drop down deals program. I just downloaded it when this post came up 2 days ago. So far it has just slowed down my computer. Especially facebook…….it keeps putting up ads not coupons in strange places on my screen. Specifically in the newsfeed of facebook I am getting pottery barn ads and papa johns. Not impressed and would not recommend this to other couponers.

    • Amber

      Yikes Rainy! We’ll pass that info on!

    • Shalla

      No places that I shop take these coupons. Noone has even heard of them. I think it’s just a scam and they are just searching for your private information. Lane Bryant even went so far as to put the coupon codes in the computer and none of them showed up at all.. be weary people.

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