Where to find 50 dollar facebook ad coupons

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Other than fiverr where can I find a fifty dollar facebook advertising coupon?

I tried fiverr but the one seller wanted 15 dollars for it and didn't say what the other two gigs were for. I wound up cancelling the order perhaps a bit hastily but it felt like false advertising to me. Anyway, I would prefer other sources that sell or have these coupons for free but don't know where to look. If someone could point me in the right direction that would be much appreciated. Thanks.
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  • Profile picture of the author talfighel
    I think that Facebook itself will give you some credit to start with.

    Most pay per click companies will do that to get you to use their system for ads.
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  • Profile picture of the author Mikej413
    Thanks. I'll look into that. I haven't set up the business just yet but when I do I'll see what I can get before investing. I just wanted to possibly get a headstart on things and in the ebook(I guess you could call it that)the writer said that I could find a coupon on fiverr. However, most of them are not currently active. Plus I just found out that it's possibly illegal to give someone or sell someone a coupon for facebook ads. Right now I'm not sure what to believe but I have possibly been mislead.
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  • Profile picture of the author kpmedia
    I mostly see hosts giving them away. But a Facebook coupon is like one sheet of toilet paper. It's gone immediately. FB ads (and Google ads) can be a huge runaway sinkhole of funds.
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    • Profile picture of the author Doug
      Originally Posted by kpmedia View Post

      I mostly see hosts giving them away. But a Facebook coupon is like one sheet of toilet paper. It's gone immediately. FB ads (and Google ads) can be a huge runaway sinkhole of funds.
      What? Silliness. My head hurts.

      Only 'a huge runaway sinkhole of funds' if you let it happen.

      To the OP, if you want to succeed at Facebook ads, find someone doing it successfully and follow their lead.

      Simple as that. Yes it will take some cash. And yes you will probably have more losing campaigns than winners, particularly at first ...it's the risk you have to be willing to go through for the success you hope that falls into your lap.


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      • Profile picture of the author Kay King
        I haven't set up the business just yet
        It that is the case - why are you wasting time trying to find coupons for ads?

        I don't think it's "illegal" to sell coupons - but it is frowned on by most PPC providers and can get your acct banned in some cases. That shouldn't surprise anyone - those ads are done for profit.

        Get the business set up - then join what you need to join and you might find you get your own coupons to start with.
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        • Profile picture of the author JohnMcCabe
          Selling the coupons may not be against the law, but using them might be. As I recall, there is a clause in the TOS stating "one coupon per account", and using multiple coupons is not only breaching your contract with FB (civil liability) but could be construed as theft of services or fraud. Both of which are illegal.
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  • Profile picture of the author DoubleDi
    Best way as you said is Fiverr, but be careful with that, they are banning accs like crazy
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  • Profile picture of the author ChrisBa
    I'd say just stay away from this, i've heard of many people having their accounts banned for this (facebook knows the coupons are being sold and don't like it apparently )
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  • Profile picture of the author Brent Stangel
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    I haven't set up the business just yet but when I do I'll see what I can get before investing.
    Many hosting companies have arrangements with multiple PPC platforms and other marketing resources. When you sign up to register a domain and/or buy hosting these coupons are offered as a bonus to help get your new site some traffic.

    The host I promote offers $100 Adwords and Facebook PPC coupons.
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  • Profile picture of the author dale2811
    I would sure like to find out some info on this myself. I also realize the need to be careful as fb could close your account if you do anything against their TOS. So in saying that I guess that we first need to brush up on the fb TOS - not something I really want to do but I realize the need for it...

    So far most of the info that I've seen about this is mostly sketchy and hyped up so I would sure like to see someone to provide some proven training on this...

    Thanks Mikej413 for starting this thread!

    Cheers!
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  • Profile picture of the author Mikej413
    Hey no problem. Yeah, I will be careful when using it and only use one if I am even able to obtain one.
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  • Profile picture of the author martworld
    From May 1st, FB stopped releasing coupons. But few people still have old stock.
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