A cookie is information saved by your web browser. When you visit a website, the site may place a cookie on your web browser so it can recognize your device in the future. If you return to that site later on, it can read that cookie to remember you from your last visit and keep track of you over time.

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When you are on a particular website, a cookie may be stored within your browser by the website and this string of data will contain information that enables certain functions of the website to be supported. Without revealing who you are, cookies can improve your browsing experience by remembering your preferences, enabling you to perform actions quicker and more easily and presenting more appropriate advertising to you based on the websites you have visited and your location.

In our case, some of the cookies we use enable the affiliate networks and retail partners we work with to track when you have made a transaction after visiting our website to find a discount. These ‘persistent’ types of cookie contain the name of our website, the date the cookie is set to expire, plus a value. This information will allow us to be paid commission for the sale and this commission is how we are able to run the site; paying staff to enter the thousands of offers and deals into the database, and to continue to make improvements to the website that will enable you to have a better experience when you visit us.

We also use Google analytics. We store a different type of cookie in your browser that will enable us to gain an overall picture of where our web traffic is coming from, how long the traffic is staying on our website for and which pages within our site are visited. We have no way of finding out who you are from this as it is completely anonymous, but it is vital for us to understand how our website is being used, what works and what doesn’t. This allows us to have an insight into how we can improve our website to ensure that we are responding to the requirements of its users.

We also use cookies to check whether you have visited a particular page within the website to ensure you are not shown a registration pop up each time you visit.

Nevertheless, you are still able to use our website with your cookies disabled. All you need to do to delete or block your cookies is go into your browser’s settings, and make the changes. Each browser is different, but you can findĀ guides at FTC.gov.

We are more than happy to answer any questions that you may have relating to cookies and how we use them. Please contact us for more information or visitĀ consumer.ftc.gov.