(Memphis) Want to know how to find the best deals this holiday season and beyond? The key is to let someone else do the work for you!
Here are the links to several websites and blogs that round up and post deals. Many of the sites also list coupon codes and additional promotions.
One Stop Shop – These sites offer more than daily deals. They have links to sales, coupons, plus comparison pricing information and news.
www.bradsdeals.com – The site features sales and offers from major retailers, both online and brick and mortar. The links provided take users directly to the sale, plus Brad’s Deals offers exclusive coupon codes that can be stacked for savings.
www.fatwallet.com – Fat Wallet is a heavy hitter during Black Friday and the holidays, but also year round. In addtion to posting deals from major retailers, Fat Wallet offers cash back for using its link. If you sign up for alerts, you also get information on trends and sales.
www.dealnews.com – The site has links to sales in categories ranging from clothing to computers. Deal News also follows and posts retail trends. Many of the links are to reputable retailers and brands.
Daily Deals – These are your traditional sites that offer sales on certain items for a limited time.
www.woot.com – Woot is sort of the original one sale a day. Now there’s Wine Woot, Kids Woot and even more.
www.1sale.com – From jewelry to perfume, you never know what’s going to be on sale. Sales change every day.
Fashion Flash Sale – There are too many to name! The two below focus on higher end items, and well known designers. It’s about offering designer clothes at a discount price.
www.myhabit.com – My Habit is a part of Amazon. You sign up for a free membership and get daily deals delivered to your inbox.
www.gilt.com – Gilt is a designer flash sale site that offers deals on everything from shoes and women’s clothing to furniture and accessories.
Grocery – Websites and blogs that follow grocery, drug and warehouse store sales, then provide information and links to corresponding coupons.
www.couponmom.com – This is one of the original grocery/couponing sites. Joining Coupon Mom is free. You can choose from a list of grocery stores, check out the sales for the week, create your own grocery list, even get printable coupons. See our interview with the Coupon Mom here.
www.southernsavers.com – This blog is run by a real life mom out of the South and provides links to major grocery stores, drug stores and big box stores. You can create a printable grocery list, print coupons, even search the posts by grocery category.
www.mymemphismommy.com – This is a great site for folks in the Mid-South. It’s run by a local mom and she posts sales and match-ups.
Round Up – These sites round up the best bargains from daily deal sites and coupon match up blogs/sites and put them all in one place. This is a great option if you don’t want to have to check out too many different sites.
www.couponblender.com – Some of the sites listed above are examples of those featured on the site. Don’t feel like visiting all the daily deal sites or having them clog your inbox? Go here.
What are some of your favorite savings sites? Leave a comment below or tweet me @wregzaneta.