Thank you for visiting. I work very hard to find and post legitimate offers that can be used by those of us who live in Wichita. Your kind comments, tips about upcoming events or deals, and willingness to share this site with your friends are a huge part of the reason I do this.
Still, while Wichita on the Cheap is an idealistic pursuit, it isn’t funded by a non-profit or charitable organization. In order to be compensated and pay for expenses related to this site, I accept advertising and use affiliate links.
Advertising you understand. Affiliate links may need some explaining.
Sometimes advertisers will pay a commission when someone makes a purchase, signs up for something, or prints a coupon via the link I provide in a post. These are called affiliate links, and if you’ve spent any amount of time on the Internet you’ve seen them. It’s one of the most prevalent forms of advertising on the Web.
I always appreciate when you use my links to click through to a deal. Even if there are no paid links – and often there aren’t – the websites will see that people are coming from Wichita on the Cheap. This helps me, and you, so much because once they know I’m sending people their way, they will often let me know about their upcoming events, freebies, and deals.
I should also point out that I won’t make an agreement with any advertiser that requires me to post anything. If it doesn’t seem like a good deal, it’s not going on my blog.
Now that you understand affiliate links and advertising, you can support your favorite bloggers. If you have a favorite blog that clearly discloses affiliate links, consider using them. Another great way to help a blogger is by telling your friends about it. And when you take advantage of a deal you’ve seen on a blog or a website, please tell the merchant where you heard about it. It does make a difference. Thank you!
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