Angies List Discounts

January 22, 2011

Angies List discounts are available periodically via coupon codes or promo codes – I just ran across a new Angies List promo this week.  This one is actually through a partner, the Angies List deal is available if you’re a member of the site BULX.

It only runs for a few days but you can get an Angies List membership discount of 40% through their promotion.  BULX is kind of like Groupon for furniture, I haven’t really seen many partner deals from Angies List but this one is a cool idea.  I got the email announcing it since I’m a member, here’s what the page had to say about the service:

  • Reviews are submitted by verified members, not anonymous visitors.
  • Companies don’t pay to be on Angie’s List.
  • The only review site certified annually by BPA Worldwide, a respected auditing firm.
  • Find and submit reviews in more than 500 service and health care categories including plumbers, roofers, dentists, and medical specialists.
  • See both sides of the story: Companies and providers can respond to their reports.

We’re members and I gave away some free Angies List memberships a while back to let some of you try it out. I’ve written before about some of the ways we use the service to find local contractors but another benefit I’ve never really mentioned is that they give you a heads up on scams to watch out for in your area.

Since they get so much good and bad feedback on local companies they keep track of common problems and send out summaries via the Angies List magazine.  For example, last year they highlighted air duct cleaners who lured customers with too-good-to-be-true coupons, false advertising locksmiths, real estate short sales scammers, aggressive door-to-door alarm salesmen, and Internet car sales scammers.

Anyhow, if you’ve read about the service here before and ever thought of trying it out, you can get a pretty big discount.

Angies List Discount

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