Coupon codes and promo codes are often offered in many industries and web hosting is no different. Many web hosts offer promotional codes for reduced pricing. The iPage promo code is often one of the most sought after web hosting promo codes. Keep reading to learn how iPage promo codes work and where to find them.
Promo Code Basics
The term promo code is short for promotional code, one way of providing a price break that may have the same effects as coupons or sales, but a slightly different medium of delivery. Promo codes are generally offered through websites other than the one that the product or service is available on, and some sites that offer promo codes, use the term coupon interchangeably. To receive the benefit offered by a promotional code, the customer must enter the promo code, precisely as it appears in the offer in the place in the checkout where promo codes are requested or click-through the code to reach the web page that allows you to get the promo.
Promotional codes have specific terms, which may be more specific that typical coupon requirements, and expiration dates. They apply only to the precise products and/or services that are stated in the offer.
Conditions for promo codes may include purchase of a particular product or service, purchase made in a certain amount, purchase made using a certain payment method (a particular credit card, for example), as well as exclusions of certain products or services from the order to which the promo code is applied.
Multiple promo codes (and/or coupons, sales, etc.) may be offered at one time or for overlapping periods, so just because you’ve found a promo code for the seller you’re interested in still doesn’t mean you’ve found the best deal. Watch out for promo codes that do not show an expiration date. They may be past their sell-by date. Also, you should be aware that promo codes may be available even when there is an advertised special on the site itself.
iPage Promo Code Tips
When you’re searching for iPage Promo Code deals, look for websites that:
• date the entry in which they announce the promo code, so you immediately have an idea of whether it might be recent
• keep an eye on the iPage promo codes they offer, including an update when they verify that the promo is still working
• mark old iPage promo codes with an “Expired” sign.
These three steps will save you from inadvertently offering an iPage promo code that is out of date.
When you put “iPage promo code” in your favorite search engine (I used Google), you can scan the date in the webpage summary to look for recent dates, but this is not always a reliable indicator.
With iPage, it’s also important to know the site and the offerings on the site first, so you won’t be lured by offers that aren’t any better than the going deal on the iPage website. And you’re likely to run into some websites that don’t even have an iPage offer on them – they’ve just listed it somewhere on the page.
It took me reviewing 16 sites and not finding a single iPage promo code that was a) not expired; b) not a hoax; c) a promo code not a coupon (even though I searched for promo codes); d) not exactly the same as the terms iPage is offering on the front page of their website to reach the tentative conclusion that while iPage may offer web hosting coupons, and “iPage promo code” is widely spread around the web (it gets 99.700 hits in a Google search), if you want “promo code” pricing on iPage, a web search for “iPage promo code” is not the way to go.
The fact is, iPage offers pricing comparable to “promo code” pricing both through the use of coupons and through signing up for longer contracts. Coupon pricing allows you to have a shorter contract for less even than the website “promo” offer!