Checkout Saver Releases Revolutionary Browser Extension to Create Even More Savings for Consumers

Checkout Saver can be used at thousands of popular websites for phenomenal savings using an unprecedented combination of techniques.

April 5, 2020 —

Denver, CO – Checkout Saver, a service designed to save shoppers money with cashback, coupons, and discounted gift cards, is pleased to announce the launch of its chrome browser extension which has the potential to save consumers more money than ever before.

Company founder and CEO Justin Wynn says the new Checkout Saver extension is brimming with patent-pending technology, and the combination of so many savings techniques makes it a ‘first’ in the entire industry.

“We’ll be offering you multiple ways to save money in ways you may not have considered, including cashback, unique coupon codes, and discount gift cards.”

Checkout Saver has attracted thousands of users since its inception. It was the first platform to pay users for submitting coupons, and it pays top dollar for store credits and gift cards. The company also prides itself on the privacy and data protection of its customers, another breath of fresh air for the industry.

According to Wynn, the new extension has the potential to make any other tool obsolete.

“Now’s the time to cash in any coupons, store credit, or gift cards you have lying around with Checkout Saver. Best of all, due to our lean startup and fair business practices, you'll get the best price possible for anything you sell.”

The extension is now available and ready to try. Early supporters who help the platform grow can look forward to exclusive rewards down the road.

To sign up and join the beta release, visit To download the browser extension, visit

About the Company

Founded in 2017 by Justin Wynn, Checkout Saver is a free, easy-to-use online platform that allows consumers to save money when shopping at thousands of online retailers. The company also purchases coupons and gift cards for the best possible prices.

With a stellar reputation, and hundreds of 5-star reviews from happy customers, Checkout Saver prides itself on the privacy and data protection of its users and never sells its data.

Contact Info:
Name: Justin Wynn
Email: Send Email
Organization: Checkout Saver
Phone: 407.504.1446

Release ID: 88952501

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