- Nov 29, 2019
- BC, Canada
15% off sitewide. Valid on orders placed between 9/2/22-9/5/22. Excludes purchases of select products, other offers, gift cards, shipping, and taxes. Limit one code per order and cannot be combined with other coupon codes, offers, or preferred pricing. Max 2 redemptions per customer. While supplies last.
|Item||USD Price after 15% off coupon is applied||Type||Link to spinorama|
|Monolith Encore B6||135.99/each||bookshelf||EAC|
|Monolith Encore T6||318.74/each||tower||EAC|
|Monolith Encore C6||191.24/each||center||EAC|
|Monolith THX-365C||N/A = out of stock||center||EAC|
|lots more||lots more||lots more||lots more|
The STARS promo code also works on their 10" "Studio" sub that features balanced I/O connections.How to get an additional 15% off from most items at Monoprice.com, with the exception of these items.
During checkout, apply coupon STARS
Too bad the subs are excluded from this promo...
I didn't check every sub SKU, but the few top models I checked were all excluded
But I've tested speakers and the promo works.
Noteworthy items (with 15% off additional code applied):
Item USD Price after 15% off coupon is applied Type Link to spinorama Monolith Encore B6 135.99/each bookshelf EAC Monolith Encore T6 318.74/each tower EAC Monolith Encore C6 191.24/each center EAC THX-365IW 318.74/each in-wall ASR THX-465IW THX 594.99/each in-wall None THX-275IW THX 297.49/each in-wall None THX-365T THX 339.99/each bookshelf EAC Monolith THX-365C N/A = out of stock center EAC lots more lots more lots more lots more
If the original poster posts a link, and it's an affiliate link (with a referral tag), then whoever makes a purchase after clicking on that link, then the original poster earns a percentage of the total value of the product purchased.What’s an affiliate link?
Oh I got you, didn’t think regular people did that. I do recall the term from YouTube like erins Audio corner didn’t think just about anyone could do thatIf the original poster posts a link, and it's an affiliate link (with a referral tag), then whoever makes a purchase after clicking on that link, then the original poster earns a percentage of the total value of the product purchased.
This is how most youtubers and other forums make their money (other than ad revenue).
Most URLs linked on this thread (and on this forum in general) are non-affiliate, meaning no one is making profit off of your purchases.
As soon as you allow affiliate links, it introduces a whole lot of problems.