Beloit, Wisconsin (PRWEB) April 17, 2012
FatWallet, the preferred online shopping resource for millions of savvy consumers, presents Home & Garden Deals Week running April 17-23. Shoppers will be seeking big savings on April’s traditional interior and exterior discounts on new (and clearance) items like yard and garden tools, patio furnishings, and garage storage and organizers. FatWallet lists thousands of home and garden bargains from hundreds of popular retail stores, like Sears.com, Lowe’s and Ace Hardware, that offer shoppers the added savings of cash back rewards for FatWallet members.
"No rebate forms to mail. No coupons to cut. Nothing to track. Just click through FatWallet to your favorite shopping websites and earn cash back," said FatWallet member Mike Grasso.
Stores featuring spring seasonal deals and coupon codes in April 2011 experienced an average 42% increase in sales from FatWallet shoppers compared to April 2010. “Our members are smart and frugal. They know how to stack seasonal sale offers with other available coupons and cash back found on FatWallet to really make their purchases worthwhile,” stated FatWallet spokesperson, Brent Shelton. Stores like The Home Depot, Hayneedle and dozens of others are participating in FatWallet’s Home and Garden Deals Week with money-saving offers and cash back increases. Shoppers can always find a surplus of related bargains shared in the FatWallet Hot Deals forum and the popular Today’s Best Deals.
About FatWallet: As the preferred online shopping resource for millions of savvy consumers, FatWallet.com works closely with hundreds of retailers like HP, Newegg, Walmart and Amazon to publish thousands of special offers, discounts, coupon codes and Cash Back rewards to its members. The much celebrated FatWallet forums represent the pulse of an evolving online marketplace where smart consumers gather to share and learn. Voted ”One of the 50 Best Small and Medium Companies to Work for in America” by Great Places To Work®, FatWallet ranks as one of the top 600 internet properties in the nation. (Quantcast)