Everyone Likes a Deal
Despite a report showing the latest trend of daily deal sites and local commerce discounts is quickly fading—there are still plenty of site breaking into this market and consumers are reaping the rewards. Just last year, 798 daily deal sites folded in the competitive market, according to a report from Daily Deal Media. Here are six daily deal sites that offer good savings.
The Internet retailer based in Dallas debuted in 2004 and proclaims itself as the 'Originator of One Day, One Deal.' The site hosts one new item every single day at a heavily discounted price. Don’t like what you see today? Check back the next day; every Woot product is discontinued at 11:59pm CT.
Sign-up to receive big savings with printable and online coupon codes to local businesses from this Massachusetts-based company.
The New York-based retail site claims to give you up to a 90% discount on featured products that include coupons on luxurious vacations to iPhone accessories.
Based in Seattle, this deal site promises to deliver the best discounts available at local restaurants, spas, retail stores, bars, city events and theatres to your inbox.
Need a deal? There's an app for that. The Atlanta-based discount site automatically sends deals to your mobile device.
Based in San Francisco, this site offers a unique approach to discounting merchandise by allowing you to you share deals, gain points and interact with other users.
Groupon and LivingSocial may dominate the headlines, but there are other lesser-known daily deal sites that can save you a pretty penny.