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Have you ever found yourself at your favorite online store’s checkout without a coupon code to apply? Dozens of retailers will send you a money-saving offer in exchange for your email address, according to

Kyle James, the website’s founder, says some of these offers are better than what you’ll find on coupon websites.

Kyle told he was surprised that a number of the stores on the list below rarely have coupons, but they’ll happily send one if you’re willing to subscribe to their mailing list.

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Here are just a few of the coupons that Kyle received for signing up:




But before you go around giving away your primary email address, consider setting up a separate email account.

“If you’re like me and hate an inbox full of emails from retailers, do what I did a couple years ago and set up a ‘shopping specific’ email address,” Kyle said. “Then you can sign up with stores until your heart’s content and not worry about it clogging your personal or work inbox.”

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Here are the stores that will send you a coupon for subscribing

  1. A.C. Moore
  2. Adidas Store
  3. Aéropostale
  4. Aldo
  5. Alibris Books
  6. Ann Taylor
  7. Bed Bath & Beyond
  8. Birch Lane
  9. Charlotte Russe
  10. Children’s Place
  11. Cost Plus World Market
  12. Crocs
  13. Dick’s Sporting Goods
  14. Famous Footwear
  15. H&M
  16. Hobby Lobby
  17. Jo-Ann Fabrics
  18. Kate Spade
  19. Lands’ End
  20. Levi’s Store
  21. Macy’s
  22. Maurices
  23. Moosejaw
  24. New York & Co.
  25. Origins
  26. Pottery Barn
  27. REI
  28. Sanuk
  29. Shutterfly
  30. Sole Society
  31. Soma
  32. Starbucks
  33. Tommy Hilfiger
  34. UNTUCKit
  35. Wayfair
  36. Williams Sonoma

If the store you’re buying from isn’t on this list, you might be able to save money by shopping at one of these 33 retailers that offer free two-day shipping.

Mike Timmermann, |