The Annual Post-Black Friday Event from Goodshop is Now Every Sunday, from 10/23 Through 11/27
Goodshop, the company known for spearheading “charitable coupons” for the last decade, is looking to lend a bigger helping hand during the holidays this year. Today, Goodshop announced an extension of its annual Goodshop Sunday event, where online holiday shoppers across the country will be given the opportunity to earn big bucks for causes while they shop, at absolutely no cost to them. Goodshop Sundays will be every Sunday from 10/23 to 11/27.
Gathering hundreds of thousands of coupons and deals from top retailers (Macy’s, Nike, Clinique, TOMS Shoes, the list goes on...), Goodshop is legitimately one of the best places to start when shopping online. Shoppers who start here come back every time they want to buy something because they know they’re likely to find savings that they won’t find elsewhere.
The best part? Nonprofits including UNICEF, The Humane Society and the American Red Cross get kickbacks of cash each time a Goodshop deal is used. Tens of thousands of charities, organizations and schools have partnered with Goodshop, getting cold hard cash year after year to use for whatever they need.
On Goodshop Sunday though, those donations get even bigger, usually doubling in value, to give each cause more cash for every purchase. But after 2 years of success, the charity coupon pioneer is now offering the same donation-multiplying power to every Sunday starting 10/23 leading up to Thanksgiving weekend. In addition, the savings will extend through Giving Tuesday and Cyber Week (11/28-12/4) with exclusive deals and codes.
In the spirit of the gift-giving season and to make a difference in more lives, Goodshop is thrilled to roll out this event to the surrounding weekends (and Cyber Week). Any more information can be found at www.goodsearch.com/goodshop-sunday
Founded in 2005 as the charity search engine Goodsearch, the company has adapted and evolved within the growing e-commerce ecosystem. With over $12 million raised for nonprofits and schools, the company has been featured on Good Morning America, The New York Times, Oprah Magazine and more. A loyalty site through and through, Goodshop’s tens of thousands of loyal shoppers have not only saved millions, but donated millions to over 116,000 charities worldwide.