Seattle, WA (PRWEB) February 16, 2010
FrugalMechanic.com, the web’s leading shopping comparison website for auto parts, today announced the addition of money-saving coupons from many popular retailers, giving consumers even more ways to save on auto parts.
Car enthusiasts feeling the pinch of today’s economy can now stretch their budgets further by choosing from many limited-time, money-saving coupons with some discounts as high as 30% off their total order. Browse coupons from over 20 of the most popular auto parts retailers in one convenient location.
“Our mission at Frugal Mechanic is simple; help consumers save money when buying auto parts,” said Tim Underwood, co-founder of FrugalMechanic.com. “The addition of coupons helps us achieve that mission by giving consumers another great way to fix up their car for less money. We didn’t think it was enough that we made it easy to compare prices on auto parts, we wanted to raise the frugal bar.”
In addition to money-saving coupons, consumers can visit FugalMechanic.com to find the parts that fit their car by selecting the year, make and model of their car. Frugal Mechanic’s search engine will quickly look through the web site’s database of 5 million parts and find the parts that fit their vehicle and the retailers with the lowest price.
To start saving money with limited-time coupons, simply visit http://www.frugalmechanic.com/coupons
About Frugal Mechanic (http://frugalmechanic.com)
Launched in 2008, FrugalMechanic.com scours the web to provide shoppers with the largest selection of auto parts on the web. FrugalMechanic.com regularly collects and compares pricing information from dozens of auto part retailers so you don't have to. The web site’s database of over five million part configurations makes Frugal Mechanic the best place to start your auto parts search. The company has partnerships with many of the leading online automotive publishers including Autobytel and High Gear Media. The management team comes from Amazon.com and Microsoft. The company is headquartered in Seattle and is privately held.
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