- Rated 1 out of 5by Michael 'Doc' Rogers, 9 days ago7 out of 10 times I use this app it states that it's saving me money!
7 out of 7 times it removes my good coupons and replaces them with non compatible or expired coupons which costs me money.
Today at the Autozone website, I purchased a 5 quart jug of STP oil, an STP oil filter, an STP air filter, and a can of CRC Throttle Body & Air Intake Cleaner.
The subtotal for those items was $59.26.
The Autozone website automatically found and applied a -$13.78 deal for buying 3 STP products which brought my total down to $45.48.
Ran the CouponBirds app and after seeing SEVERAL "CouponBirds user just saved $XX.XX at Autozone" flash across the bottom of the CB window, the CB app finally decided that it had saved me $7.21 and asked me to tell the world about it by writing a 5 star review.
The app did NOT save me ANYTHING! Instead, it vaporized my STP deal which shot my total back up to $59.26!
Lucky for everyone out there that Autozone makes the deals available right under your total, so 1 click and I was back in business!
SO in my experience with the CouponBirds app, NOT using it saves me Money and no wasted Mouse Clicks!
- Rated 5 out of 5by Julia, 21 days agoSo worthwhile, consistently saves me money, really great for the holidays too cause there are always hidden discounts available & when you're holiday shopping lots of small discounts can make such a huge difference!
- Rated 1 out of 5by Firefox user 13759063, 3 months agoDoesn't work with my Bank of America access to accounts within my Bank of America site. For example, when I select "pay bills", the browser with this extension stops working. I had to remove it from my extension for it to work. However when it works for some sites, I can save a good bit of money. BTW, this extension works fine on my Chrome extension.
- Rated 4 out of 5by Firefox user 16338066, 3 months agoIt's a little hit and miss, not all the codes it finds will work but you know what? When it does, it's still pretty neat to get even just a few bucks off here and there. It finds the codes more efficiently than I would've.