1. Create an account
Yes, this is a site that you must create an account for. Because I know I’ll get emails from them regularly, I make sure to use my couponing email account. (I highly recommend you create an email account strictly for coupons and deals if you haven’t already—keep your inbox clean, folks!) You need an account in order to keep track of the points that you can redeem for higher value coupons. Click here to sign up.
2. Install the plugin
Like most coupon sites, a plugin is required so you can print glorious discounts right from home. Just so you know, I’ve never had an issue with crazy ads popping up after the installation—another reason to love Hopster!
3. Start printing
After you install the plugin, you should be able to start printing basic coupons right away, like the one below. Don’t forget to stack these coupons with store coupons and sales for the best deal!
Unlock high-value coupons
Now the fun part: getting those high-value coupons! Some of these higher-value coupons require an action to unlock them, such as “liking” the product on Facebook or watching a video. I completed the quick actions for the high-value Pull-Ups coupon (it literally took me 30 seconds to “like” the product and share the deal on FB), and it was immediately unlocked for me to print!
$3.50 off Pull-Ups? Yes, please!
How to boost coupons
The cool thing about doing these actions is that I can earn points for each one. I just earned 85 points for “liking” Pull-Ups on Facebook, another 85 points for sharing the Pull-Ups coupon, and 100 points for signing up for the Aqua Spa newsletter! I then decided to go shopping—with my points! So I used 250 points to boost the value of the John Morrell Bacon coupon from $1.00 to $1.25! These three actions took less than 5 seconds each, and I was able to score a $3.50 Pull-Ups coupon and an extra $0.25 off on John Morrell Bacon! See, what’s not to love about Hopster?!