All aboard, bargain shoppers!

>> Thursday, October 23, 2008

Being a true bargain hunter myself, I've found several websites where you can find out lots of great deals. Sadly, no one is paying me to endorse these (I have no idea why....), but out of the goodness of my heart I present these to you "secret" sites to you, my fellow bloggers.

The Bargainist
http://www.bargainist.com

This is my favorite of them all. They update their site daily, bringing you coupon codes and sales from every store imaginable. It's always a good idea to check them out as often as possible since sometimes the codes don't last more than a day.

RetailMeNot.com
http://www.retailmenot.com

This website has a plethora of online coupon codes and sometimes printable coupons. All you need to do is type in the website or store you are looking for and see what coupons pop up. It even has the users label whether the coupon was successful or not, so that you don't waste your time.

SmartBargains.com
http://www.smartbargains.com
This site is sort of like a giant outlet mall online. They carry a lot of name brand things at outlet pricing.

Free Shipping
http://www.freeshipping.org
This site carries free shipping codes to over 800 stores. This should come in handy with the holidays coming up!

Now, I know that the true bargain hunters are always out on Black Friday to get the good deals. Personally, I do like to shop on Black Friday, but I refuse to get my arse out of bed to be in line at a store by 4:00am. Just. Too. Early.

But, for all the troopers out there who want in on the deals beforehand, check out these:
http://www.bfads.net and http://www.blackfriday.gottadeal.com

But wait! The fun doesn't end there! Some retailers wait until the Monday after Thanksgiving to cut their prices. Thus, "Cyber Monday" was born. To get the scoop on these deals, go to:
http://www.cybermonday.com or http://www.bestcybermondaysales.com

I hope that these help some of you out! Happy shopping!!!

2 comments:

Kristi October 25, 2008 at 11:27 AM  

You should check out http://www.freecycle.org/ its a collection of yahoo groups based on geographical location where people post items they want to give away (such as furniture). Its pretty cool and you can edit whether you get email updates or just check the yahoo group site to see new posts.

Stephanie October 26, 2008 at 2:52 PM  

Thanks Kristi! I already requested to be added to my local board...what a great idea!

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