The national average cost of a wedding is $35,329, according to The Knot. That’s a big chunk of change. Thankfully, I found a hack to cut the costs of my wedding — without sacrificing quality.
I use Wikibuy to find the best prices on wedding essentials like dresses, invitations and flowers. From price comparisons to coupon codes, this Chrome extension does it all for me. If only it could plan weddings too!
Here’s how it works:
While you shop at David’s Bridal, Zales, Shutterfly or almost anywhere else, Wikibuy goes to work in the background to find and try coupon codes.
I saved $32 on my bridal shower dress. With. One. Click.
Not only does Wikibuy find you working coupons on thousands of sites, it also price compares while you shop on Amazon. It checks hundreds of other sellers and notifies you of the best deal. I got $28 off tea lights for my reception. And yes, that includes shipping + tax.
A few clicks later and your wedding looks even better IRL than it did on your Pinterest board.
The best part? Wikibuy is completely free. No costly memberships. No gimmicks. Just low prices. Get it HERE.
Wikibuy gets you better offers and applies the best coupon code at checkout, automatically.