3 Useful Sites to Find Your Daily Coupons and Deals

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By Productive Geek on January 4th, 2010

For those of you looking for new sites for deals and coupons for a wide array of goodies, let me offer you two sites that I use that will save you some time and $$.

One of the cool things I like about this site is their “Today’s Hottest Deals” page and it’s not uncommon to find over 100 daily deals ranging from jewelry, electronics, clothes and accessories, which is pretty incredible.

If you are in the market for a particular item, then save some time and get notified about it. You can sign up for their email alert using keyword and category tools to specify the deals you want to be notified about.

Another cool feature is their dealcoupon page where you can find coupons, promo codes and rebates to thousands of stores. I always check for coupons on dealcoupon before I buy anything online. Check the coupon codes for effective dates and if it hasn’t expired, they will work~!

Rest assured that it is the mission of Dealnews to scour the web to list the best deals online and they offer additional assurances in their Editorial Guarantee, including banning vendors with poor customer service ratings.

You can view deals, coupons, samples and more through http://www.hip2save.com/ or sign up for an RSS feed. Hip2Save engages users in a more personable way and it’s because this site was started and still managed by a hip mom with 3 kids. The deals could be seen as more catered to mom’s with kids, but don’t believe it. If you shop for groceries or go out to eat, then you’ll find useful deals on Hip2Save.

This hip mom also has a Hip2Save blog http://hip2save.blogspot.com/ where you can read up on the latest tips, finds and deals.

Each day Groupon features something new at an unbeatable price. Groupon sends its subscribers a daily e-mail per city for an event, tickets to a show, a facial or spa, a class (like pole dancing), a great deal at a restaurant or a product, etc. at a significantly discounted price.

Unlike other sites offering deals and coupons, Groupon demands that unbeatably low price from the business/vendor for whatever may be featured on a particular day based on the power of group buying. I love this. In order to benefit from that great deal, enough people have to join. If not enough people buy in to a particular deal, then the deal is cancelled and no one pays. The threshold for how many must buy in for the deal to realize varies depending on the business/vendor and can be 50 people or 300 people. Sign up and let’s join forces in bringing down the price!

  • Published 01/4/10
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