Want to know the best places to find a good deal across the web? When it comes to shopping, there are several websites out there that show you where to find the very best deals. Check out our list of best deal websites below!
9 Sites to Find the Best Deals
Leading this list, of course, is our sister site Clark Deals which was founded by money expert Clark Howard. We might be biased, but you’ll be hard-pressed to find better hand-picked deals on clothing, electronics, home goods, food, entertainment, smartphones, tools, furniture, televisions, travel and more.
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Brad’s Deals looks for the best deals on just about everything from fashion, to tech, to home to pets. Brad’s Deals is a service, not a store, and the team helps you find some great deals from pretty much anywhere. It also offers promo codes from stores nationwide.
DealNews is a deal-hunting website for consumer electronics, apparel and other products. In addition to promo codes, shipping information, and expiration dates on deals, DealNews publishes data-driven shopping reports including deal predictions and price benchmarks for various categories.
Groupon gives you great local deals on restaurants, activities, shopping and travel. As a global e-commerce marketplace connecting millions of subscribers with local merchants in 15 countries and more than 500 cities, Groupon has certainly become a popular choice when it comes to getting a good deal.
Owned by Groupon, LivingSocial is an online marketplace that allows people to find deals on things to do in their city. Plus, the site offers deals on hotels and other travel experiences.
RetailMeNot, Inc. distributes online and in-store coupon codes, cash back offers, prescription savings and more. The company also has a free browser extension, Deal Finder, designed to help you find coupons before checking out online.
Slickdeals is a social commerce website (owned by Goldman Sachs) featuring crowdsourced deals and coupons from retailers such as Amazon, eBay, Walmart and Macy’s. Tech items seem to be Slickdeals’ forte, but you can also find deals in other categories such as apparel and jewelry.
Woot serves up daily deals on everything under the sun. Cooks, gardeners and wine snobs alike can find something to love on this massive site. Occasionally, Woot offers a Woot-off which is a day-long event full of deals that are released every 30 minutes. Amazon Prime members get free standard shipping on Woot.