What is Couponarific

Couponarific – is a browser extension, which is developed by CouponARific Inc. It may be built into browsers like Google Chrome, Internet Explorer and Mozilla Firefox. Couponarific’s main purpose is generating and displaying coupons and deals on online shopping websites. But also it displays ads banners, pop-ups, in-text links and targeted videos on websites that you visit. Be careful with those advertisements, because most of them are useless or spurious. What is more, they redirects you to potentially malicious websites. We highly recommend you to remove it.


How is Couponarific installed on my PC?

As many adwares, Couponarific can reach PC in many ways. But most exploitable method is “Bundling”. Adware binds to software, that may be downloaded from freedownload type websites. It is recommended to do not download programs from unknown or suspicious sources, better to download programs from official websites. Even you have license software, you should pay attention at setup process.

How to remove Couponarific?

You can remove Couponarific, using manual removal tutorial or special removal tools, like Norton and Stronghold AntiMalware.

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Alternative Solution:

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Manual Couponarific Removal

windows 7 logoWindows 7:

  1. Click the Start;
  2. Click Control Panel;
  3. Click Uninstall a program (if computer’s settings Viewed By: Category);
    Click Programs and Features (if computer’s settings Viewed By: Icons);
  4. Find programs possibly related to Couponarific;
  5. Click Uninstall;
  6. Follow the instructions on the screen or just wait.

Note: If you can’t find required program, sort programs by date in Control panel and search for last installed programs.

Learn more about uninstallation of programs in Windows 7.

windows 8 logoWindows 8:

  1. Swipe in from the right edge of the screen, and then tap Search (If you’re using a mouse, point to the upper-right corner of the screen, move the mouse pointer down, and then click Search.);
  2. Enter control panel in the search box, and then tap or click Control Panel;
  3. Under View by:, select Large Icons, and then tap or click Programs and features;
  4. Find programs possibly related to Couponarific;
  5. Tap or click the program, and then tap or click Uninstall;
  6. Follow the instructions on the screen or just wait.

Note: If you can’t find required program, sort programs by date in Control panel and search for last installed programs.

Learn more about uninstallation of programs in Windows 8 (8.1).

windows xp logoWindows XP:

  1. Click Start;
  2. Click Control Panel;
  3. Double-click Add or Remove Programs;
  4. Find programs possibly related to Couponarific and Click it;
  5. Click to Remove;
  6. Follow the instructions on the screen or just wait.

Note: If you can’t find required program, sort programs by date in Control panel and search for last installed programs.

Learn more about uninstallation of programs in Windows XP.

google chrome logoGoogle Chrome:

You can skip steps 1-3 point by typing “chrome://settings/” in address bar.

  1. Open Google Chrome;
  2. Click on Options Icon or press Alt+E, Alt+F;
  3. Click Settings;
  4. Click Extensions;
  5. Find Couponarific;
  6. Click on bin icon to remove extension.

Learn more about removing extensions from Chrome.

mozilla firefox logoMozilla Firefox:

You can skip steps 1-2 by typing “about:addons” in address bar or pressing Shift+Ctrl+A.

  1. Open Mozilla Firefox;
  2. Press Alt+T or Click Tools on the top of the browser;
  3. Click Add-ons;
  4. Click Extensions;
  5. Find Couponarific;
  6. Click Disable or Remove.

Learn more about removing extensions from Firefox.

internet explorer logoInternet Explorer:

  1. Open Internet Explorer;
  2. Press Alt+T, or Click on Gear Icon in the right-top corner;
  3. Click Manage Add-ons;
  4. Select Toolbars and Extensions;
  5. Find Couponarific and Click Disable ;
  6. Click More information button;
  7. Click Remove

Learn more about removing extensions from IE.

Remove files, folders, registry keys of Couponarific




C:Program Fileseb44d328-0056-4f15-9fc1-a05e7d8194ec
C:Program FilesCouponarific

Registry keys:



Couponarific – is a typical adware, that mainly shows ads, coupons and deals. It isn’t dangerous as virus or trojan, but may be the reason of many troubles. We recommend you to remove it as soon as possible using suggested Couponarific remover.

Information provided by: Alexey Abalmasov


  1. Hi there
    Am having some trouble getting rid of couponarific as it doesn’t appear in my programs list or extensions list on Firefox. I know it must be hiding somewhere on my laptop but not too sure where. Any suggestions?

  2. OKAY. I have something to add onto about this annoying adware.

    Couponarific Originates from Downloading 85% of ALL FREE DOWNLOAD PROGRAMS!!!

    What’s so Bad About it?
    The Following :
    – 1. Slows your computers processing ( makes it run very very slow . . . sometimes FREEZES.
    – 2. **Even when uninstalling from the control panel, It won’t be remoevd from your PC!!! – Instead : It’ll be stuffed into your C drive with abunch of random looking folders lke : “3BALK-287C-030827″ etc . . . and you double cilck on it and what do you see? A FREAKING COUPONARIFIC ICON!!!!! named ” Uninstaller” – which is really the “uninstaller .exe”. That right there is what causes the Couponarific B.S. We see on every one of our browsers.
    – 3. We can’t remove it!! I tried with SPY HUNTER #4, I bought it and right now im SCANNING AGAIN, 6th day in a ROW ( and yes i scanned every freaking day and it was removed…then came back when i restarted?! omfg)
    – 4. Couponarific ALSO Instals itself onto your ‘SYSTEM’. Yes, your windows system. IT IS FREAKING GAY!!!!!!
    – 5. IT ALSO INSTALLS A BUNCH OF OTHER RANDOM SHIET – Like say Hitblends, or maybe those P.U.P. Spigot shit!

    – 6. LOL. I uninstalled this PUP Called Searchproject or something like that 6 months ago. GUESS WHAT HAPPENED WHEN I DOWNLOADED A FREE SOFTWARE…


    If this shit happens again i’m going to literally KILL MYSELF, and put on a fucking note paper that says, “my death is because of this retarded couponarific program that won’t gtfo my computer – Please avenge me by getting rid of those fuckers by ALL MEANS NECESSARY”.

    i literally will, watch you’ll see on the news :
    “Connecticut KID Kills commits suicide due to Adware that kept his computer from starting up and loading into windows and performing correctly.”

    • Wow, be patient, dude! That’s just an adware. Yes, it uses some tricky techniques. I infected my test PC – it does not seem to difficult to remove. Maybe, use several scanners to remove Couponarific – if you already have SpyHunter – try Malwarebytes.

      • well xD i wish it was that easy i tried 4 fucking anti mallware things+3 paid virus scanners and i dont get rid of it i tried to delete it form my program list but it likes to come back or it wont uninstall it says the file in not accesable or file is in use or file does not exist but it stays there , i have it for more then over i year i tried litary evrything but it doesnt ga away. i cant even use system restore because that mallware is putting it when my laptop was made , i do understand that dramatic answer =P im glad 1 browser blocks it but its still on my pc

  3. I’ve tried uninstalling manually and thought it worked (it didn’t). So when I tried to download SpyHunter and related programs, my computer would say that the program is not compatible with windows. This message also shows up when downloading other various software, not only anti-virus/anti-malware. Also, all my browsers (IE, Chrome, and Firefox) don’t run properly (its forever to load, Youtube videos won’t load, pictures will only partially load). Has this occured to anyone else? If anyone can help me, thank you

    • Either your PC is badly infected or some Windows malfunctioning. Try to use MalwareBytes and Spyhunter in Safe Mode with Networking – if there is some virus infection – in Safe Mode it won’t be active and programs will be installed correctly.

  4. I think I just found a potential fix to this.

    What I did was I opened Registry Editor (by pressing the windows button and “R” at the same time).

    It will open a small window and where it says “Open”, type “regedit”

    After it opens, go to “Edit” at the top and click “Find…”

    A small window will open and it was say “Find what”. Type in “couponarific” and it will look for evrything that has to do with couponarific.

    After it shows the first file, right click it and press delete.

    You’ll probably have to keep searching “couponarific” about 3 – 4 times. When you search it and it says “Finished searching through the registry”, couponarific should be completely gone from your computer.

    Just restart your computer and you should be all good.

  5. I tried the registry editor solution , and thought you recall when it found a file, but am getting the message: ” unable to delete all specified values.” Not sure if this is normal or if there is snything else that I can do from here. Nothing appears to have been removed.

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