At i love coupons we continue to see a surge in traffic for household and lifestyle discounts as Australians become more uncertain of future costs. We have experienced 230 per cent increase in coupons downloaded compared to the same time last year.
(PRWEB) March 17, 2012
Despite the RBA holding official rates last week, a growing number of Australian families looking to save a dollar on household and lifestyle expenses are doing their homework and turning to i love coupons for valuable discounts. (source: i love coupons)
Providing Australians with an opportunity to minimise household expenses without sacrificing their lifestyle choices, i love coupons offers a broad range of discounts, catering to a range of interests and demographics.
I love coupons Director, Mr Llewi Van Essen expects that coupons will continue to grow in popularity as Australians look everywhere to reduce household costs.
“As we keep hearing, experts are predicting that 2012 will prove an even bigger strain on the hip pocket.
“At i love coupons we continue to see a surge in traffic for household and lifestyle discounts as Australians become more uncertain of future costs. We have experienced 230 per cent increase in coupons downloaded compared to the same time last year” said Mr Van Essen.
From entertainment, hospitality, groceries, clothing and accessories, i love coupons aims to minimise financial stress on families struggling to manage their weekly budgets in the face of economic uncertainty.
In recent weeks, i love coupons’ Back to School vouchers have been drawing a crowd by offering an appealing range of discounts on stationery, uniforms, shoes and Dora, Ben 10 and Barbie themed back packs.
“Our ‘Back to school deals’ have been walking off the website, kicking off what we anticipate will be a big year for Australians seeking discounts to cut their expenses,” said Mr Van Essen.
Families looking to get ‘out and about’ would see value in i love coupons’ bowling and cinema discounts and grocery costs are less daunting with coupons available from Woolworths and Coles.
With economists predicting more challenging economic times ahead in 2012, it’s expected that Australians will continue to look online for greater savings on essential items.
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