Honey

Honey automatically applies the best coupon code at checkout

Honey is a website and Chrome extension that saves you money by applying discount codes and coupons (almost) automatically at checkout.

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33 Reviews4.1/5
This is awesome! I was buying a GoDaddy domain, honey automatically plugged in a bunch of promo codes and tested them all out, and I saved 14 dollars on a $15 domain. I ONLY PAID $1.24!

I just saved $15 on a new bed frame last night using Honey.

Honey is one of my favorite Chrome extensions. In the past I would often search Google for “STORE NAME coupon”, browsing through ugly, popup-ridden coupon code sites, most of which didn’t work (because they’re expired or fake). Honey does that for you and attempts to apply codes at checkout.

They also have a price tracking feature for sites like Amazon so you can signup to receive a notification when the price drops.

Pros:

Easiest way to find and apply coupons at checkout across the web

Cons:

Not available on mobile

Sadly, it seems to not work on work computers where you have proxies or VPN. It actively blocks you and tells you to stop using a work computer. Disconnecting from work just to go on a random shopping spree seems a bit excessive and not at all necessary. Uninstalled.
@rrhoover thanks for sharing. We get coupons a lot of the same places you would as a consumer. Automating email is certainly something we have discussed. We have some even more interesting things (we think) coming soon...
Honey is available for Firefox and Safari now too.
I wonder how they're sourcing their coupons. At Decide, we had a hypothesis that the best coupons only show up via email if you sign-up for that store. We thought about signing-up for every store, crawling that email account for coupons and use NLP to figure out how long the coupon was valid for.