CAMBRIDGE, Mass. — In today’s economy, saving money is more important than ever. And, if savings can be accompanied by additional revenue, it’s only an added perk. That’s why Banbona, LLC has created a community-based web site that allows members to post coupons and to save money while sharing in the revenue. For example, if a member receives a coupon via e-mail from a retailer such as Bath and Body Works, she can post that coupon on Now, if a visitor to the site uses that coupon and makes a purchase, receives a commission from the retailer. In turn, offers 50 percent of that commission to the member who posted the coupon; it’s a win-win situation.

Earning potential for members is excellent. Some members earned more than $200 with only one coupon submission.

“We estimate that our average member who spends 15 minutes a day looking for coupons and posting them on the site can earn commissions ranging from $300 to $500 per month,” Fahd Albinali, founder of, says.

Currently, there are thousands of stores listed on And, unlike other coupon sites, members can share coupons that might not be publicly available.

Members can search for retail coupon codes, promotional codes, and discounts. Coupon categories are varied and include: shoes, beauty products, financial services, travel, and more.

About Banbona

Banbona, LLC is a family-owned business that believes in giving back to the community. Banbona, LLC donates 10 percent of their revenue to charitable foundations such as: Cure Childhood Cancer; Children with AIDS Charity; and the Autism Society of America.

The name Banbona comes from Ruritanian, a fictional language, meaning, “Our children are good.”

Send2Press(R) is the originating wire service for this story, Copr. 2009.

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