If you’ve typed in the promotional code, and you receive an error message, the first thing to do is verify you entered the code correctly. It’s surprisingly easy to miss one letter or number. If you’ve done this, and you still receive an error message, make sure you’re on the right website. Perhaps the code you’re entering is actually for a different retailer’s website. If this isn’t the problem either, immediately contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Sometimes, merchants will discontinue a promotion and not inform CouponWinner.com. If you let CouponWinner.com know as soon as possible, they can remove the expired or discontinued promotional code immediately. CouponWinner.com will generally respond to your email within 24 hours.
If you try to type in a promotional code, and you receive an error message that the code is expired, unfortunately, there’s little you can do. The dates of expiration on coupon promotions are rigid. When the company is done with the promotion, they’re done. The best thing you can do is go back to CouponWinner.com and search for that same retailer. See if there’s another promotion available that you can take advantage of. If you receive an error message that the coupon is expired, but the coupon says it should still be valid, contact either email@example.com or support at the retailer itself.
CouponWinner.com strives to be an accurate, extensive, and user friendly website. For that reason, if you experience any problems whatsoever, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org. You will generally receive a response to your email within 24 hours. CouponWinner.com welcomes your suggestions about how to make it the best online savings and coupon site on the web. If any of the links or promotional codes does not work for you, contact the email address email@example.com immediately. Sometimes merchants will discontinue a promotion without informing CouponWinner.com, and the CouponWinner.com team needs to know about this as soon as possible to remove the inactive link.
If you’re using a paper coupon at a physical retailer, and the cashier refuses to take your coupon, the first thing you should do is ask why. If the cashier explains that the coupon is expired, unfortunately there’s little you can do. When a promotion has expired, it’s expired. If the cashier provides a reason you take issue with or cannot produce a reason at all, kindly and calmly ask to see a manager. If after talking to a manager the issue is not resolved and they still will not honor your coupon, you must decide whether you want to purchase the item(s) without the discount. In a situation such as this, the most important thing to remember is to stay calm. Losing your temper will only make the situation worse.
This question only applies to paper coupons and printable coupons. Online coupons cannot be damaged, and it’s one of the reasons CouponWinner.com only promotes online discount links and online coupons. However, if you are using a paper or printable coupon and it becomes damaged, you must determine what part of the coupon has been damaged and how badly. If the barcode cannot be read, the coupon is no longer usable. The cashier must scan the barcode to assess the discount, so if that has been compromised or destroyed, your coupon will be useless. If any other part gets ripped or torn, the coupon is probably still okay. If the coupon has water damage, and you’re unsure whether the barcode can be read or not, take the coupon with you when you go to the store and ask. Somebody will be happy to help you.
If you’re checking out at an online retailer and you lose internet connection, you have several options. First and foremost, don’t immediately repurchase the item. The request may have already been sent before your connection was lost. Within the next few days, check your online bank statement to see if you’ve been charged. Or, if you were shopping with certain websites, you will receive a purchase confirmation email. If you receive this, you’ll know the request was processed. If you’re still not sure, and you want to know as soon as possible whether you were charged or not, contact the retailer’s support line. They should be able to tell you whether they received your purchase request or not.
If you’re buying something online and the checkout page asks for required information you don’t have, you will not be able to finish your purchase. If it asks for credit card or debit card information, you must provide this to be charged. The order will not be processed without it. All the information you need can be found on the card itself. If it asks for an address, the order will not be processed without this either. The retailer needs to know where to ship the item(s). The order can be processed, however, without a discount code or promotional code. This box is optional. So be careful not to finalize the purchase before you’ve entered the promotional code. If you check out and forget to enter the code, you will be charged the full price of the item.
Using somebody else’s computer to make an online purchase or use an online discount is not a problem. The beauty of online shopping is that you can do it anywhere, and you can do it anytime. Certain websites may ask you to log into your account before you make a purchase, but again, this can be done from any computer. Some computers remember your personal information, so if you’re using a different computer, you’ll just have to manually enter all your information. But most checkout forms are short and simple, so even manually entering your information usually does not take more than a few minutes.
If you decide not to make your purchase at the last minute but have already typed in your promotional code, it’s not a problem. The promotional code is not “used” after you type it into the promotional code box. It can be applied to as many purchases as you like until the expiration date has passed. And your credit card or debit card will not be charged until you finalize the purchase. You can enter the checkout page, enter promotional codes, and do anything else you want, but until you push the final “Place My Order” button, your card will not be charged, and the item has not been purchased. Also, if you leave without ordering, those items will often still be in your virtual cart the next time you return to the site.
If you’re having problems or difficulties with your coupon or purchase, and you’re using a paper or printable coupon, check the entirety of the coupon’s fine print for contact information. If, after looking, you still cannot find a number or email address to contact, go to the retailer’s homepage. From there, you should be able to find a list of contact numbers or email addresses to which you should direct your complaints or questions. If you have trouble with coupons or links found on CouponWinner.com, you are always free to contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Your email will generally receive a response within 24 hours.