First off, a word of caution: There’s a lot of junk on the internet. A lot of people charging for “free” coupon codes. I’ve never bought any of these, but it all looks sleazy. If a source doesn’t make you comfortable, don’t do it. I am providing you this tip because it comes directly from Facebook. It’s legit.
I don’t like to spend money on things if I don’t have to, so I scour the web for ways to save anywhere I can. I will share those savings with you.
A while back, I told you about how you could get a free $25 Facebook ad coupon code. What’s great about that code is that it works for everyone, whether you are a new advertiser or someone who has used Facebook ads before (despite the fine print to the contrary).
But if you have never advertised with Facebook, you need to start here. Order is important. The $25 code is available to anyone, but the $50 code I’m about to tell you about is only available to new advertisers. In other words, if you start with the $25 code, you will no longer qualify for the $50 code. So if you plan it out right, that’s $75 in your pocket.
Alright, so go here for the free $50 Facebook advertising coupon code. It’s provided straight from Facebook. They use that code as incentive to get new advertisers involved. If you’ve advertised before, let me save you the time: It won’t work. I tried.
This code comes from the Facebook Advertising Solutions page, which is Facebook’s official marketing page. If you don’t like it yet, I strongly recommend you do now. They occasionally have other promotions for current advertisers to get free codes (last October, there was a Facebook Marketing Bootcamp that netted me $125 in new coupon codes).
Good luck, and happy (free) Facebook advertising!