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CouponBirds is a coupon site offering coupons and deals for free[1]. The company is based in Beijing, China and users come from US, UK, Canada, Australia, Germany and other countries in the world. CouponBirds was created in 2012. The first version of CouponBirds website came online in 2015.

Coupons from brands of clothing, shoes, cosmetics, electronics, health, home and garden, jewelry, pet, furniture, vehicle, parenting products and other categories can be found on CouponBirds[2]. Coupon codes, including exclusive codes, Free shipping, BOGO, gift card and cash back are 5 types of main codes and deals on CouponBirds website.[3]

"Help to Save" Scholarship[edit]

CouponBirds initiated " Help to Save"[4] scholarship program[5] since 2016, offering a college student winner $1000 to help with the education fees and living expenses each year. To win the scholarship, it requires applicant to take a survey about his or her shopping behaviour and habits, and to write an essay on how to save money in daily life. The application entrance is on official CouponBirds site.

CouponBirds has cooperated with several universities on this scholarship program, such as University of Utah, Indianna University, Kent State University, Memorial University of Newfoundland and Western Illinois University.[6] 2017 winner of CouponBirds "Help to Save" scholarship is Raynalyn Apuya from University of Phoenix.


CouponBirds talents are professionals from IT engineering, operations and Internet product. The coupon specialist team is picking and validating coupons before listing coupon codes online. The founder and CEO of CouponBirds is John Zheng[7], who has been pursuing his careers in Internet for 15 years.

Business Mode[edit]

Comparing with some coupon sites, CouponBirds has built partner relationship with small niche brands offering exclusive codes and deals[8] on CouponBirds and CouponBirds helps to facilitate their online business[9] and promote sales [10] in return.


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  4. Services, Curtin IT. "View Scholarship". Retrieved 2018-09-12.
  5. "Financial Aid Services | UMass Amherst". Retrieved 2018-09-11.
  6. "CouponBirds "Help to Save" Scholarship Contest". Retrieved 2018-09-12.
  7. "Three ROI-Boosting Strategies For Working With Marketing Agencies". Entrepreneur. Retrieved 2018-10-13.
  8. "Promo Code Reliability Study: Which is the Best Coupon Site?". Retrieved 2018-09-12.
  9. "Finances in Israel - How secure is the country?". The Jerusalem Post | Retrieved 2018-09-11.
  10. Arnold, Andrew. "Are We Entering The Era Of Social Shopping?". Forbes. Retrieved 2018-09-11.

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