A SAVVY saver has revealed that he never pays the full price for his purchases using Facebook’s ad library to get discount codes.
The bargain hunter posted on TikTok under his username georgebf999 explaining how to use the hack while shopping online.
He said the first step is to search for âFacebook Ads Libraryâ on Google and click on the website.
Next, choose the “Search all” category and enter the name of the store or brand for which you want to get a discount in the “Search ads by keyword or advertiser name” field.
The TikTok sensation said that once you start the search, a list of ads for the store should appear – some of which will contain discount codes for items on sale.
He used the Bloom & Wild flower shop as an example.
He copied and pasted a discount code he found on the Facebook ad library website and applied it at checkout on the flower shop website.
The discount code he used – which was M3D2 – was a Mother’s Day deal that the store was carrying.
He managed to drop a ten from his bunch, getting them for Â£ 20 instead of Â£ 30.
His post has been appreciated by hundreds of thousands of people and shared by over 45,000 fans.
The Facebook ad library isn’t the only website you can use to get cash on your next commute – and you need to make sure you shop around for a good deal.
Make sure you do your research before you buy anything online and shop around to find the best deal.
If you go to Latest offers – a website dedicated to discount codes – you can hunt to see if there is a promotion you can take advantage of
Other discount code sites include Discount codes, which can also help you save money.
How do cashback websites work?
They promise to make you money on your purchases – but how do cashback websites work?
- Cashback sites accept offers with retailers which they pass on to customers
- This can vary from a fixed amount on anything you buy or a percentage of the cost of your purchase.
- Sums range from pennies for groceries to over Â£ 100 for some mobile or broadband contracts
- You must make your purchases by clicking on the cashback site
- Because sites drive traffic to retailers, they make money from the brands they support
- Most sites are free to join – although some offer premium memberships for which you pay more.
If you sign up for apps from your favorite stores, you could get some great deals.
For example, McDonald’s was flogging triple cheese burgers for 99 pence instead of Â£ 2.19 on Monday to app users.
You can also get cash back every time you shop if you use certain websites or apps.
The Sun approached Facebook for a comment.
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