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Bargains, Sales, and Coupon Sites
Last checked 7/17/2017

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  • PriceJump4 out of 5 You go to Amazon and get the URL off the page of the item that you're looking at. Plug the URL into this site and it tells you if it is cheaper elsewhere.
  • camelcamelcamel4 out of 5 You can see prices of goods at Amazon over the past year with this site. You don't have to register but registering gives you a few perks like an email alert when the stuff you want drops below your target price.
  • OnLinePriceAlert You can an email alert when the Amazon stuff you want drops below your target price. You don't have to register to get the alert but you need to provide an email address.
  • Amazon Subreddit
  • PrimeDay Subreddit is basically only good for the single day that Amazon runs its Prime Day specials.
  • So Cool4 out of 5 This is a search engine for Amazon with links to camelcamelcamel as well as analysis of the products ratings. The site has a great filtering system.

Sales:

  • Overstock.com sells stuff cheap but their inventory turns over so fast that you have to check often to find the bargain.
  • Book Outlet has gotten good reviews and sells books cheap.
  • SalesCircular shows sales that are going on at local brick and mortar stores. You select the product category and state.
  • 1 Sale - has a few killer deals, one in each of a few categories.
  • BFads aggregates the Black Friday circulars from varioius stores and then makes them searchable.

Bargains and Discounts:

  • Which Retailers Allow You to Stack Coupons - from an article in Rather-Be-Shopping.
  • SlickDeals - bargain site with a lot of coupons.
  • Ben's Bargains - bargain site where each item has useful comments from the public. Discounts, freebies, coupons, etc.
  • TechBargains has computer related bargains - coupons, percentage discounts, free shipping, etc.
  • Dealnews.com lists current bargains.
  • DealCatcher lists current bargains at top name stores.
  • Kinja Deals lists current bargains mostly at Amazon.
  • CheapCheapCheap finds deals.
  • Dealighted aggregates the hot deals from various sites that aggregate these deals.
  • AntiRebate is mainly a search site for hot deals. They list some of the deals from each of the main aggregator sites for browsing purposes.
  • DealDump is a bargain site aggregator that collects bargains from all of the bargain sites.
  • Fat Wallet finds good deals. Also has a very active forum which is a good source for deals.
  • FatWallet Forums - newly discovered deals in a forum type environment.
  • Money Saving Expert has a very active forum and covers all issues related to saving money - not only coupons but income tax, electricity suppliers, mortgages, etc.
  • Dans Deals finds the best deals daily.
  • SearchAllDeals searches all of the 'great deal' sites for the ultimate in great deals.
  • SlickDeals Forums
  • Passwird - bargain site.
  • Amazing-Bargains has e-coupons and tells you where there are bargains like the 20% off for new Amazon customers.
  • Smart Bargains has upscale stuff that is on sale.
  • Flamingo World has coupons and tells you where the special bargains are.

  • Half sells used books, movies, cds, games (mostly playstation), etc. at no more than half price. The inventory is very small. This is similar to auction sites except that the price is fixed by the seller and can be no higher than half of the retail price.
  • Unclaimed Baggage where you can buy the lost shoes of others.
  • Bargains4 out of 5 is provided by Consumerworld.org. The site has a list of bargain sites as well as a search function that can compare prices across vendors.
  • Amazon Outlet sometimes has stuff that is heavily discounted.
  • Shopzilla sells stuff at a modest discount.
  • Woot! has stuff for cheap - usually for a very limited time.
  • Bits Du Jour - one item per day - real cheap software.
  • TechForLess has a rapidly changing inventory but the prices are worth checking out.
  • Spendfish - searches through Amazon for the best deals.
  • Savings.com lists coupons and deals.
  • Offers.com has discounts, coupons, special offers, etc.
  • Raise.com sells gift cards at slight discounts.


Coupons and Codes:

  • Groupon You purchase gift certificates (deep discounts).
  • Charity Dine Like Groupon, you purchase gift certificates to restaurants (deep discounts) but, unlike Groupon, the site donates a portion to a charity of your choice. You have to give them youremail address to use the site.
  • SlickDeals4 out of 5 - bargain site with a lot of coupons.
  • RetailMeNot has coupons and promotional codes.
  • Coupon Craze has online coupons and codes.
  • Krazy Coupon Lady
  • SpecialOffers.com has coupon codes.
  • DealNews.com - coupons and discount codes
  • Bargainist - coupons, freebies, and discount codes
  • MyCoupons is a simple search for coupons and promotional codes.
  • CurrentCodes gives you promotional codes that you can type in when you order on line to get additional savings. Large list of vendors. Also, check out Coupon Cabin and Deal Hunting
  • eDealFinder alerts you to price reductions and specials along with a healthy supply of coupons.
  • Naughty Codes has a database of coupon codes that you can use online. The site is pretty basic and not real easy to use.
  • Keycode has codes with which you can get discounts online.
  • Coupon Craze has online coupons and codes.
  • DealLocker - aggregates coupon codes that can be used when ordering online.
  • Coupon sites is an article from PCMag.
  • Restaurant Coupons sells 2-for-1 coupons - you pay $25 or a $50 coupon - for restaurants.
  • Restaurant.com sells discount coupons for restaurants - mostly 2-for-1.
  • Coupon Mom has coupons but you have to sign up for some reason. Then, you have to give them a telephone number so they can send you a verification code.
  • Cool Savings will give you coupons for various products such as groceries, but you have to register and then download a "special" software that prints the coupon.
  • PriceBlink has a variety of ways to send you coupons and sale announcements but, unless you commit to a permanent relationship with them, it is difficult to find stuff on their site.

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