Top Sites for Finding Holiday Deals

November 23, 2008 by Finding Dreams  
Published in Online

Want to save money this holiday season? Do your research on these sites to find the best deals around.

This holiday season seems to be more stressful than most.  A floundering economy means more and more people are concerned about their finances and cutting back on gifts.  Thankfully, there are ways to have a joyous holiday even on a tight budget.  The key is to do your research and find the top deals on the products you want to buy.  Here’s a collection of the top sites for finding holiday deals.  So, get searching and start checking off all those items on your gift list!

TGIBlackFriday.com

This site is great!  It keeps tabs on all the black Friday ads from major retailers.  You can search by store or product.  Plus, they have an RSS feed that lists top deals each day.  You can even create your own custom shopping list with the deals you find.

RetailMeNot.com

Looking for a coupon code for your favorite online shop?  This site is the number one place to find them.  Thousands of stores are listed and codes are kept up to date.  Search by specific retailer or browse by topic to find great deals.

Amazon.com

Sure, many of you probably already use this site for online shopping.  However,  a lot of people still don’t know how to find the best deals.  Be sure to check the “Gold Box” each day for new savings.  Some of these deals are time-sensitive, so check back frequently.  Also, within each department there is usually a list of sale items.  Some of these require you to get the coupon code from the deals page.  So, check there before you buy.  Finally, keep in mind the benefits of SuperSaver Shipping.  If you spend more than $25 on products sold by amazon.com (not their associate sellers) you can get free standard shipping! 

Shopzilla.com

This site is great for comparison shopping.  Browse by category or use the search bar to find a specific product.  Unlike similar comparison sites, shopzilla pulls in information from thousands of stores – not just the big sellers.  It even features stores from some overseas locations.  Plus, shopzilla has a rating system so you know which sellers are the most reliable. 

FatWallet.com

Sign up for fatwallet and you have access to dozens of forums where fellow users list top deals.  Even better, use the site’s cash back features to get a percentage of money back from each purchase you make at qualified sites.  Even a low rate, like 3%, will add up over time.  When you have enough money, you can transfer funds to your PayPal account or have a check mailed to your home. 

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