Valpak for Windows Phone brings coupons to the Wallet

Valpak ( is set to drag coupon deals and offers into the Windows Phone Wallet with a new release for the mobile platform, according to a recently published press release. The company sells itself as the leader in local print and digital coupons, providing consumers ample opportunities to save the pennies for a rainy day. An app for Windows Phone has been available for a while, but Wallet integration is set to be a new addition.

The Valpak app for Windows Phone doesn't require consumers to register an account to begin viewing coupons - all that's required is a location (be it a state or city) for the best local deals to be presented. It's quite the name to have presently available on the platform as the main website is a rather huge deal (pardon the pun).

Valpak Windows Phone Wallet

The new Wallet integration will also help advertisers on the service, as well as consumers. It will provide yet another platform for said businesses to reach out to more mobile users, with a focused audience set on locating attractive offers. Michael Vivio, president of Cox Target Media, provider of Valpak had the following to say on the announcement:

"This app and inclusion in Windows Phone Wallet continues to fulfill our promise to consumers - no matter where they are, or what device they are using - Valpak coupons will be there to help them save money."

Valpak boasts about being the largest North American provider of local print and digital coupons, reporting over 30,000 local merchants being listed at any given time helping consumers save with over 70,000 local offers. If Valpak isn't quite up your street, there's always the likes of Groupon and more. But each to their own and it's positive to see further development being announced by a well established company.

You can download Valpak from the Windows Phone Store.

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Rich Edmonds
Senior Editor, PC Build

Rich Edmonds was formerly a Senior Editor of PC hardware at Windows Central, covering everything related to PC components and NAS. He's been involved in technology for more than a decade and knows a thing or two about the magic inside a PC chassis. You can follow him on Twitter at @RichEdmonds.