This post was published April 1, 2016 as part of our April Fool’s Day Lineup.
Matt used to be lonely. He wanted to meet a nice girl, but didn’t have a lot of money.
Matt used a Groupon on a first date.
He didn’t get a second date.
That was before Matt found CouponersMeet.com.
With CouponersMeet, frugal fellas like Matt can find partners who appreciate their dedication to savings.
Swipe Right for Savings
CouponersMeet is Taylor Media’s hot new dating site — for singles who share a love of extreme couponing.
You will no longer feel ashamed suggesting meeting for drinks before 6 p.m. to take advantage of happy hour.
No more pretending to feel full on a side salad at the fancy restaurant you chose to impress a date.
Put an end to footing the Uber tab to avoid looking cheap when you ask for splitsies.
Never again will you feel like a creep for suggesting you cook dinner at home — just tell her Kroger had a great sale!
Find Your Frugal Match
To a couponer, saving isn’t just smart — it’s sexy.
Traditional dating sites are fine for spendthrifts and millionaires. But they ignore the qualities an average tightwad looks for in a mate.
You want thrifty.
You want savvy.
You want practical.
You want someone who can whisper sweet savings secrets across the pillow at night.
Someone who knows where to find deals on your favorite things.
Someone who will leverage what’s special about your children to save money.
Someone who will never lie to you about being broke — that was the attraction in the first place!
Our new site helps you filter singles based on what’s important to you:
- Marital status
- Weekly grocery budget
- Which coupon sites they follow
- Warehouse club memberships
- Couponing orientation (print or digital)
Join CouponersMeet.com Today!
Are you ready to turn your next meet cute into a meet coup… on?
Sign up now at CouponersMeet.com.
Membership is $17.97 per year — but you can get it free with the coupon code: APRILFOOLS2016
Your Turn: Where do you look to find love you can afford?
Dana Sitar (@danasitar) is a staff writer at The Penny Hoarder. She’s written for Huffington Post, Entrepreneur.com, Writer’s Digest and more, attempting humor wherever it’s allowed (and sometimes where it’s not).