|By PR Newswire||
|April 15, 2014 07:00 AM EDT||
BELOIT, Wis., April 15, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- FatWallet.com, the preferred online resource for millions of smart consumers, presents Spring Has Sprung Deals for April shoppers. The annual savings promotion features a one-stop deal comparison of Spring and Easter Sales coupons and discounts from Kmart, Sears, Dell, LivingSocial and dozens of other top retailers offering increased cash back to FatWallet members through April 21. Easter ranks as on of the top consumer spending holidays and is expected to bring in upwards of $16 billion* in sales for food, clothing, candy, flowers and gifts.
"Mid-April is a great opportunity for shoppers to find timely savings in several different categories," stated Brent Shelton, FatWallet Spokesperson. "Our savvy members recognize this favorable window to add increased cash back to their purchases, especially on items they typically buy in early spring."
Other seasonally reduced pricing can be found on FatWallet this week, including savings on these items:
- Spring Fashion: dresses, T-shirts, shorts, rain coats and spring jackets
- Baby and Kids: clothing, toys & games and baby items with up to 5% cash back for Amazon shoppers
- Tools and Automotive: tool storage, wrench sets, auto parts, spring tune-up/detailing discounts, tires, luggage and bike racks, car radios, and GPS devices
- Tax Day: tax software, tax filing tips and 2014 Tax Day Freebies and Deals
Smart shoppers will maximize their Easter and Spring sales savings by stacking timely discounts from major retailers with special coupon codes, cash back rewards, mail-in-rebates and free shipping or in-store pickup options. The FatWallet Hot Deals forum is a smart resource for finding shared information on additional ways shoppers can stack savings and set instant deal alerts on the items they're looking to purchase.
*According to the National Retail Federation (2014)
About FatWallet: As the preferred online resource for millions of smart consumers and home to the hottest tech deals, FatWallet rewards consumers by providing cash back on purchases while also providing access to thousands of coupons, discounts, and promotions at over 1,500 retailers including Newegg, Best Buy, Walmart, and Amazon. FatWallet members have earned more than $50 million to date. The much celebrated FatWallet forums represent the pulse of an evolving online marketplace where savvy shoppers gather to share and learn. FatWallet is owned by Ebates Inc., which owns and operates the world's most rewarding online shopping programs.
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