Get a $5 coupon for “liking” AliExpress on Facebook

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If you want to give AliExpress a try then there’s apparently a free $5 coupon when you spend $25 available. All you have to do to get a coupon is to “Like” the AliExpress Facebook page and then post a request for a coupon on their wall.

There will be a limited number of up to 4000 and there’s a deadline of the 18th April 2011 to claim your coupon so if the offer is of interest I’d recommend jumping in fast.

I did my first purchase on AliExpress a few weeks ago and would say it’s well worth a trial. There’s a pretty wide range of goods available so there’s sure to be a manufacturer who supplies something that you need personally. Also the experience just might be the start of establishing a relationship with a manufacturer who you go on to source goods from on a regular basis and expand you on-line or off-line business.

9 Responses

  1. Seems like more and more of your posts are adverts for different things, in the last month you have bought pizza from Domino’s, got a ‘free’ hat from PayPal advantage and now a coupon from your friends from AliExpress 😉

    On a serious note, has anyone ever not got scammed by our friends over in China on AliExpress?

    lol

  2. when I browse aliexpress I’m always wondering if they sell genuine products or just good copies, some prices are too good to be true

  3. I hope all the people sourcing goods this way understand their legal obligations as importers, particularly re CE marking and product safety. If something isn’t done properly, Trading Standards will be after them, not the Chinese manufacturer.

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