It is possible to save money by using online vouchers. However, as with any discounts and bargains you need to do your research to make sure that you really are receiving a bargain and are not being conned. You can do this in several ways:
Sign up to more than one voucher scheme so that you can compare and contrast.
ALWAYS read the small print, however tedious.
If in doubt about any voucher being offered, contact the retailer direct to find out whether the voucher is legitimate.
NEVER pay money upfront for vouchers.
Make sure you use the voucher by the stated deadline.
There are a wide variety of websites now available that provide promotional codes, e-vouchers or discount codes, which are simply special codes that will get you a discount/money off the listed retail price of many goods, at a variety of different online UK retailers. Here are some that may be of interest, but there are plenty more available:
This depends on the scheme. If you have to register an email address, set up a new account as you will find that your email account can become clogged up with online voucher details and newsletters. You don't need to give your home address and telephone number to receive online vouchers and it is advisable not to give these details, even if you are asked for them.