When to buy digital vs. physical items
Digital coupons, digital digital coupons, and digital discounts from Amazon, Target, Walmart, and more are popping up on Reddit.
A lot of them seem to be from Walmart, which is apparently using coupons for digital purchases to push them through their website.
For example, a coupon for $30 off $30 of groceries at Walmart could be redeemable for $5 off $10 of groceries.
It’s a bit odd to see coupons like this in the Reddit thread, but I’m pretty sure it’s part of Amazon’s plan.
It’s also possible that Amazon is also pushing the coupon in an attempt to increase the sale.
Amazon has been pushing digital coupons since 2016.
I’ll probably be using the coupon at Walmart to get my groceries in the mail on a Friday, and the coupon will then be redeem for $10 off $15 of groceries on a Monday.
The problem with Amazon is that the coupon system isn’t as simple as it looks.
It takes a little time for a coupon to become valid, and if you miss out on a purchase or it goes bad, you’re left with the option to cancel it, which isn’t a very user-friendly option.
And if you forget your password, it could be that Amazon’s system is unable to get your password for the coupon, or you could just get a hold of a Walmart representative to verify your email address.
That’s not to say that the coupons are bad for the environment.
If you’re shopping for groceries online, Amazon has a lot of incentive to push its coupons through.
Amazon can get the majority of its digital coupons from the retailer, which makes it easy to get deals on everything from electronics to diapers to clothes.
It also lets Amazon save money on shipping, and when you buy a certain item on Amazon, you can get free shipping on that item.
If Amazon was going to push a lot more of these coupons through, it’d be a good thing, since it could give people more reason to use its platform.
As Amazon continues to push digital coupons through its website, I’d be curious to see how it works with other retailers to push those same coupons through their websites.