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6 Great Sites For Finding Deals Every day

By Mark Riddix

You don’t have to wait for the Fourth of July to find a good deal on products. There are a number of financial sites offering up daily sale information on just about any product that you are looking for including electronics, household products, clothing, and more. You probably already know about deals offered at sites like FatWallet.com, Overstock.com, and Coupons.com. While these are great sites, there are other sites offering great deals as well. So, check out the following websites if you are looking to save some dough:

Wisebread
The personal finance website, Wisebread, has a daily deals section that keeps track of the top 25 deals on the web every day. You can check the Wisebread site for the best deals or have them delivered directly to your inbox. Wisebread can save you money on everything from Marc Jacobs sunglasses to magazine subscriptions.

Woot.com
Woot.com is a great website for shoppers looking for a bargain. Woot.com is very unique in that the site only offers one deal each day. Every Woot product is offered until 11:59 PM and then is gone forever. I like the fact that the site is not overrun with a bunch of different products. Site visitors can really focus on the one deal of the day.

SmartSource
SmartSource.com may not be as well known as a lot of larger sites but there are a ton of great deals on a ton of products. Smartsource offers printable coupons that can be printed  out on your printer and used at your local grocery store. The coupons can be scanned so you can use them in the self checkout lane as well.

Hot Deals
HotDeals.com has a plethora of retailers offering online coupons and discount codes that can be used to save money. Hot Deals claims to only list the absolutely best deals on the Internet. The site is not glitzy in design; it’s just straightforward deal saving links and could be looked at as the “Craigslist of rebates.”

Techbargains
This is the place to go for all of your tech needs from notebooks to smartphones. Techbargains collects links from thousands of different discount sites across the Internet. Techbargains prides itself on helping you know what to buy, why, and where to buy it. The site even offers reviews of new products like an iPhone 4 review. Techbargains has a great online forum in which shoppers can tell other shoppers about online deals and share money saving tips.

The AbsurdlyCool Freebie Finder
This site has the most interesting name for a discount site. You may have never heard of this site before. The goal of the AbsurdlyCool Freebie Finder is to list free stuff that is being given away online. How many times have you clicked an email offer for a free product or service only to find out that there is a catch to getting this “free” product? Well the AbsurdlyCool Freebie Finder can help with that. Freebie Finder “is designed to collect free stuff offers from top freebie sites, while filtering out most scams and referral pyramids.”

BuyVia
BuyVia is a site that offers the best deals on technology and apparel, particularly tablets, smartphones, laptops, video games, and shoes. A variety of different retailers are represented and there is also an app you can download for easy browsing and deal hunting.

Share your favorite deal sites with us in the comments!

Mark Riddix
Mark Riddix is the founder and president of an independent investment advisory firm that provides personalized investing and asset management consulting. Mark has written financial columns for Baltimore and Washington, D.C. area newspapers and is the author of the book, Your Financial Playbook.

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  • Amber

    Steep and Cheap http://www.steepandcheap.com mostly outdoor gear that’s only available for 30 minutes and then a new deal pops up.

    • Mark Riddix

      Amber,

      This is my first time hearing of Steel and Cheap. I will have to take a look at it.

      Thanks.

      Mark

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