30 Aug Pouch: The free tool that gives you the best available discount codes whilst shopping online
Ben Corrigan, one of Pouch’s three co-founders, said that 75% of online shopping baskets never result in a purchase whilst pitching for investment on Dragons’ Den.
According to this study, the biggest cause of digital shopping carts never resulting in a purchase was because ‘extra costs’ (shipping, delivery etc) were too high.
Consumers know delivery costs exist, but still expect to be able to by-pass them, usually by getting a discount on the product itself or using a different outlet. What’s constant is the expectation of being able to always find a discount or a cheaper deal elsewhere.
Therefore, voucher codes are becoming of increasing importance online, but sourcing those codes for the specific site you need can often be time-consuming with no guarantee of finding one that works.
Answering that call is Pouch, the free browser extension which automatically displays all valid voucher code for any website you shop on.
You simply download the extension for your browser, then when you shop, a box will pop up showing you all the available discount codes for that particular site. Pouch work with over 3000 retailers, including Nike, ASOS, Dominos, Topshop, Argos and Currys. The founders believe Pouch can save consumers 10% on every purchase.
Here’s how it works:
Two of Pouch’s three co-founders, Ben Corrigan and Jonny Plein, secured £75,000 worth of funding in exchange for 18% of Pouch on BBC Two’s Dragons Den, which was split evenly between the trio of Touker Suleyman, Tej Lalvani and Jenny Campbell.
Pouch is compatible with all web browsers and work in tandem with a wide selection of brands, making this a free tool worth downloading.
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