How does it work?

First of all, we would like to thank you for taking a look at this section called “How it works” before you start using our discount codes. (Usually every new product comes with a “how it works” manual, but there are so many of us who plug the device in and see how it works without ever reading those manuals that the friends who write the “how it works” sections may end up feeling as lonely as a desert island; words cannot express how happy we are that you support us by reading these lines right now, thank you very much).

A discount code is a “code”, a “password”. Sometimes it consists of numbers (numeric), such as “12345”, sometimes of lowercase letters like “abcde” or uppercase letters like “ABCDE” (alphanumeric), and rarely of characters that are neither numbers nor letters, such as “#?!*%”. In other words, these passwords are designed for a specific purpose, so that not everyone can use them, and they are only communicated to the relevant audience. They are also very valuable because they are a substitute for money.

What we do is to monitor, find, classify and present these codes to you every day, every hour, every minute. In other words, we don’t generate the discount codes; the relevant stores generate them and share them on their social media, in a corner of their website, in their e-newsletters or in dozens of special channels where they cross-market, and we monitor these posts and publish them on our pages immediately to deliver those discount codes to you. We do this with pleasure because we know that these codes will benefit you, and it is because of this benefit that we can rest our heads on our pillow at night.

Discount codes are very useful and they are like digital money in the sense that they usually make shopping cheaper. However, as there is no rose without thorns, these commodities that we use under different names such as discount code, coupon, voucher, voucher, password may also have some problems. For example, the store that publishes the discount code may put a usage limit on these codes. For example, the discount code says that it is limited to 1000 uses and if you are the 1001st user, that code may not work. Imagine that you have a money in your hand, even if it is called a code, and when you are going to pay, they say “invalid”; of course, this may anger you, but please don’t get angry; because that campaign was limited to 1000 people (i.e. limited to a stock of 1000 units) and the campaign stock ended because 1000 people were full; so neither you nor the store is to blame for this; the campaign ended; but surely after a while, that store will make a similar campaign again with the same good intentions and with the idea of creating benefit; there is no other way but to wait for it.

Sometimes a discount code is only valid at certain times; for example, if it is a code like “PAZAR10”, maybe it is only valid on money days and not on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays, and it may be valid on several Sundays in a row.

Sometimes a discount code is transmitted to us in “lower case” by mistake, and when you use it, it may not pass; if this happens, try it in “UPPER CASE”, maybe there was a mistake in the transmission and the code may pass when you try it in upper case. (The same is true for “upper case I”; if a code like “TATIL10” is invalid, don’t get frustrated, try it as “TATIL10” – that is, with I’s without dots. There is a chance that it will pass because some computers may not recognize the dotted I).

After all, think of it this way: This is a game. It’s like clipping coupons from newspapers and buying encyclopedias. It’s useful, that’s for sure. But please keep in mind that sometimes the coupon codes may or may not be valid; and that when one coupon code expires, another one will be published shortly afterwards and will be shared with you on these pages as soon as it is published.

We wish everyone a pleasant and happy shopping experience.