$50 Off 1888PressRelease Coupon Code – Discount For Any PR Campaign

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1888pressrelease logo 1888PressRelease is a great site to promote your company news. They are much cheaper than PRweb and offer a free press release submission campaign. Your news will be distributed to Google News and over 100 other online news sites and RSS feed aggregators.

1888PressRelease works specifically with PR firms to help promote regular news, articles and content.

1888PressRelease Coupon Codes

$50 off the Ultimate Plus plan: SPEC50UP
10% off coupon code: SAVEME10
8% off coupon: RTY8
$5 off any press release: GP5SPEC
$5 PR discount: PR5

Utilize 1888 Press Release as a free option to get your important news into the right markets.

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21 Responses to “$50 Off 1888PressRelease Coupon Code – Discount For Any PR Campaign”

  1. Aliciataylor Says:

    I have read a lot about 1888 press release but am doubtful of their reach. How do they compare to the other major PR distributors?

  2. Swank Madison Says:

    I always check for coupons before submitting news.

  3. Monica Coburn Says:

    Who actually knows what they’re talking about on the internet press release sites. Just because someone sent out PR doesn’t make it important. More people need to read between the lines and understand this side of the corporate story.

  4. Andrews Decosta Says:

    I have actually used their site, they are really giving great distribution. I have used their Ultimate plan and when i search my headline in google, i found it in around 200 unique sites.. its really amazing and service worth paying…

    Forget about prweb, i think they are better then marketwire since i submitted it all 3.

  5. Tom Jayson Says:

    These guys are alright but are nowhere near as good as easypr.com
    which is definitely the most cost effective and powerful PR solution running at the moment.

  6. jennifer martinez Says:

    Everyone understands that PR submissions are a necessary evil of online marketing, we use a bulk submitter which saves a bit of time but can produce sketchy results.

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  11. Tomas Denso Says:

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  13. Chadwick Durian Says:

    888 PR does not send nearly as much traffic as prweb.

  14. Nathan Burns Says:

    888 press release is a great deal at a low price, but I am concerned with their distribution.

  15. Sokhom Says:

    really good place to get the coupon code for ads and news.
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  16. Alvin Brown Says:

    Would it be possible to provide case studies of this online PR site, I am unfamiliar with 888 PR.

  17. yolanda.holo Says:

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  18. Pamelia Stroik Says:

    I do not read posts on PR sites, but this PR site write-up is something we are trying to help our link profile.

  19. Saul Says:

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  20. Luisa Says:

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  21. Jere Pensick Says:

    If you have to save money for the CIAA…you are not ready for full press release creation.

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