How Do You Use Online Discounts

If you knew you could save money on a purchase by making it online, would you? Or, do you prefer to shop the old-fashioned way, and visit a store for all of your purchases? By being a Johns Hopkins employee, you may be able to save more money by shopping online. Take this week’s poll and share your shopping habits.

Employees of The Johns Hopkins Hospital and Health System have many online shopping benefits, such as Hopkins Corporate Perks. Not familiar with Hopkins Corporate Perks? Visit to learn more and sign up for an account.  

School of Medicine employees can access discounts through the Office of Work, Life and Engagement at

For other member organizations, please check with your local HR office to see what benefits may be available to you.

Have you made a great purchase through one of our discount programs? Comment below and share your favorite stories of savings.

How Do You Use Online Discounts?

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Bonnie February 19, 2014 at 9:16 am

My son convinced me to subscribe to UPromise and Groupon (which work collaboratively). I have used Groupon a couple of times to purchase items at a great discount, and UPromise contributes a small (usually 1% - 5% of item value) to an account that helps my son pay his student debt. I don't do a lot of shopping, but when Groupon has a deal on something I want anyway, I try to work it out so that there's not only a discount for me, but also a small dividend to help pay student loans.


Paula Mattingly February 3, 2014 at 9:11 am

Besides considering the price of items, the cost of S&H plays a big part in the puchasing choice.


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