Did your vacation make a mess of your finances? Bad money decisions plus family and friends who lack good financial judgment can sink you into debt.
That’s why you need to familiarize yourself with the best websites for finding deals online. Photograph by ginnerobot.
We requested you to share websites and online platforms where one can find the best deals on our previous post. The response was overwhelming. So according to your recommendations and our research, we compiled the best of the best. Let’s dive right in;
This is arguably one of the best sites to find deals online. Slickdeals is quite extensive, and you can find deals on electronics, groceries, travels, beauty products, apparel, credit cards, home products & furnishings and more.
The best thing about this site is that you can customize it according to categories that interest you. So you don’t have to waste time browsing through the entire site.
What’s more, you can share deals you find with your fellow shoppers on the website. The site forum is also very helpful and eye-opening.
If you’re looking to save some money on any purchase, check out this site.
As a relative newcomer, DealPlus has made a name for itself. Unlike other sites on the list, at DealPlus a group of users submit deals to help other deal finders. The highest performing deals are featured on the website.
The site also negotiates with merchants to get coupons and better deals for its users. This site is easy to navigate, and you can customize it to your exact preferences. What’s more, you can get deals on everything under the sun.
So if you’re on a tight budget or looking to save as much as you can, DealPlus is a great head start.
Every day is Black Friday on this site. It offers hundreds of deals almost every day on travel, financial services, toys, books, and so much more. Besides tons of offers, you don’t have to sign up to get the deals. This is why Dealnews is among the best websites for finding deals online.
But if you want to get notifications or hold conversations with like-minded people on the site, you need to register.
You’ll also appreciate the interface because it’s very simple and straightforward.
Pricegrabber is not a deal-finding website, but rather a comparison one. It compares costs (tax and shipping included) of millions of products from different merchants and sellers.
This can help you find the right seller at the best price. Besides, the site interface makes it very easy to use.
So if you’re looking to save tons of money when shopping online, you should definitely check out this site.
Other sites that deserve honourable mentions include the most popular Amazon (which is not really a deal-finder but offers great deals and coupons), Ben’s Bargains, and Craigslist.
Did your favourite deal-finding website make it to the list? If not, please feel free to add it in the comment section below.
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