- by Howard, 8 months agoRated 4 out of 5It works well enough. Sometimes it comes up with a valid code that saves money. But yesterday's update now adds their logo throughout my Google search results, with no option to disable it. VERY annoying.
- by Firefox user 14859089, 9 months agoRated 4 out of 53 Pros:
-I feel safe with RetailMeNot.
-I've been using the website since before apps or browser add-ons were "a thing" and RMN often has a code that others don't.
-You can go to the RMN website to look for more.
The add-on isn't so pushy like some others are so once you dismiss it, it usually stays silenced; but if you want it, it's right there on bar.
-On the flip side, sometimes they don't have anything helpful but at those times, most other places don't, either.
-The add-on isn't so pushy like some others are so once you dismiss it, it usually stays silenced; but if you want it, it's right there on bar.
-If you don't go to the website or check otherwise to be sure you're logged in at RMN, you may not get what their offer says, so you need to make a note of it until you see it has appeared in your account.
I'd still use it anywhere available. In all the years I've used it, I've gotten a number of discounts (although some didn't end up in my account and now I know better); but I've never ended up with anything aggressive on my computer -- just some minor cookies.
- by memo27, a year agoRated 4 out of 5Great but could be better. I wish they would allow users to include the link needed to sign up for first time user promos. Most of the time you must have their user ID/referral code and the link. The code alone does not work. Blaze Pizza is a great, probably the best example of that. Otherwise, thank you for the great app. If possible could we not reload the entire page to see one code? LOL or is this an advertising payout? If it's ads I understand but it's so annoying if not. Thank you! The add on for Firefox/chrome pages really makes up for the latter though.