All the Savings Under the Sun: 12 Essential Daily Deal Sites
In recent years, daily deals and daily deal sites have been booming with opportunities for serious city-centric savings. More than ever, these sites make it easy for the savvy online shopper to get the price cuts and deals they so crave. Here are the essential sites that host the best and most exciting daily deals. (See also: Get the Most Out of Daily Deal Sites)
The daily deal trailblazer, Groupon corners the market on all-around deal coverage. Save on practically every service you can imagine with Groupon — from fixing your car to fixing your golf swing. And not only is Groupon super useful, it's easy to use and the descriptions are informative with a witty edge.
The marketplace to share and buy at bargain prices, Living Social seeks to share the best deals in every city. It's simple to use and easy to share, with referral discounts and lots of daily savings.
Eversave not only boasts daily deals, but also includes printable coupons, an app, a blog, and a partnership program for writers and fellow online aficionados. Eversave is also great for people who like to patronize the same site for their deals. Stick with Eversave, and they'll gift you with priority on deals, specials, discounts, and loyalty benefits.
Plum District offers daily deals for families, and specifically for moms who appreciate a great deal. From crafting to travel, Plum District is a community-conscious, chic, search-friendly site for active families in every area.
The Amazon we know and love also does daily deals. Meet Amazon Local, the friendliest deal site with exclusive deals for every city. With easy shipping and lots of ways to share daily deals, Amazon Local is truly a way to connect to your city's best deals and hidden treasures.
Gilt City is an "insider's" daily deal site, and promises that you'll get the finest, most exclusive offers and memorable adventures that will make you fall in love with your city all over again. Sound good, especially paired with that $25 credit when you refer a friend. (See also: Discount Luxury)
Dealchicken has deep savings on everything from electronics to golf. Dealchicken has an upbeat design and an interface that shows how much you've saved on each deal, and how to quickly redeem and share.
Ethicaldeal isn't your average daily deal site; it strives to bring you deals and help the earth. With "making green mainstream" as its slogan, Ethicaldeal assists buyers in making greener choices by offering discounts on lots of incredible, eco-friendly services. (See also: 26 Green Websites That Save You Money)
Mamasource by Mamapedia
Mamasource is a network of moms from around the country who host daily deals to make parenthood easier on the wallet. With an emphasis on customer service, Mamasource offers lots of help and returns, plus unique deals up 90% off retail prices.
Groopdealz functions a lot like Etsy with simple, readable deals every day, often from local and independent buyers. The site corners the market on crafty, featuring jewelry, clothes, and home goods with a unique flair. Free shipping on some items makes Groopdealz all the more buyer-friendly. (See also: Fine Art Makes Fine Gifts)
Half Off Depot
With an emphasis on social, entertainment and adventure deals, Half Off Depot is the place to go if you want to explore your city! A friendly interface and searchable by city or activity, Half Off Depot will make any day more fun…on the cheap!
Moolala offers an exciting deal from a local or online merchants straight to your inbox, every day. Each deal saves 50%-90% off the product or service's retail price, which means you've got money to spend on the next day's awesome deal.
What are your favorite daily deal sites?
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