If you have recently set up a new Facebook Advertising campaign and noticed that there is an option to input a Facebook Coupon then you are on the track to getting some free advertising dollars :)
While signing up with my soon to be new favorite PPC network, Facebook. I noticed on the "Billing" section that there was section to input a advertising coupon code (http://www.facebookcouponcode.com)
This is where I did what 99% of you just did when you found this article. I went to "The Google" and search for something like "Facebook Ad Coupon (http://www.facebookcouponcode.com)"
Well, unlike you (being your reading this right now) I found a website that actually sells these Facebook Coupon Codes. I took an small risk of a whole $7.95 and purchased one of these bad boys. The coupon I got was for $50.00 and I paid $7.95 so in my eyes that's like free money. $43 dollars to be exact. One thing I love more than saving money is free stuff, especially money.
On my way to login my Facebook account I kept thinking this thing is not going to work. To my surprise, I entered the little coupon and viola! $50.00 was credited to my account. I was one happy boy!
Another one of my more personal business goals was to give back more to like minded people. And for that reason, I am writing this lens. If you are getting ready to set up your first Facebook Ad and want a Coupon Code too then I'll save to a ton of time hunting for a free one.
Just do what I did and go to: http://FacebookCouponCode.com
It laterally took me 60 seconds (just like it said on the site) and I had my code in my email.
After you grab your Facebook Coupon Code, you can refer back to this lens for directions on how to apply the coupon code.
To create your ad and redeem your coupon, please follow these steps:
Go to http://www.facebook.com/
After creating your ad, click "Review Ad" at the bottom of the page.
At the "Review Ad" page, please check to ensure your campaign, targeting, and budget are correct, then click "Place Order."
Please select credit card, PayPal, or Direct Debit (in participating countries) as the funding source for your account.
If you select a credit card, on the next screen, select "I have a coupon to redeem." Copy the coupon code you received, then click "Submit."
If you select PayPal or Direct Debit please add your PayPal or Direct Debit account, then go to your Funding Sources tab, and click "Add a Funding Source" link at the top right of the page. From the "Add a Funding Source" screen please select "Facebook Ad Coupon" then copy the coupon code you received and click "Submit."
The reason we ask you to enter a funding source is to ensure that any charges above the coupon value can be billed accordingly. You can however, control your spend easily in one of two ways:
1. By setting an account spend cap for your entire ad account. Once this cap is reached, all ads in the account will stop running and no additional charges will be accrued. You have the option to reset or turn off this cap if you'd like to begin running ads in that account again.
2. By setting a lifetime budget for your ad campaign. The lifetime budget is similar to a daily budget but instead of setting an amount to spend per day, you set a lifetime budget to spend across the finite lifetime of the campaign.
Your primary source of funding will not be charged until your ads credit is fully exhausted, and you will only be billed for charges that exceed the amount of your ads credit. You can view your applied coupon codes and balances in the Funding Sources tab of your Ads Manager.
Again, of you haven't gotten your Facebook Coupon Code, scoop on up here: