You’ve probably heard of group deal sites like Groupon and Living Social, but there are so many other sites out there that can help you get the biggest bang for your buck.
Who doesn’t want to score a good deal these days? You’ve probably heard of group deal sites like and , but there are so many other sites out there that can help you get the biggest bang for your buck.
We scoured the internet in search of savings – and found 15 daily deal sites you probably haven’t already heard about. These sites can save you all sorts of cash, on everything from batteries to bikini waxes.
Shop on, cyber shoppers, and may the saving force be with you!
Land discounts on sustainable products and services, while fundraising for schools at the same time. Every time a DoGooder Deal is purchased, a portion of the profit goes to the member’s chosen school or cause.
While you’re saving up to 90 percent off spa treatments, restaurant visits and entertainment in your city, 10 to 15 percent of every deal sold goes to a local non-profit or school.
With more than 1.2 million members, this is the largest military veteran website in the world. Every day, it offers a “Deal of the Day” from its inventory of more than 5,000 military products – and it doesn’t not charge veterans tax or shipping.
From kosher restaurants to Jewish charities, this daily deal site is geared toward the Jewish community. Like Groupon, some of the offers only hold if the vendor receives a certain threshold of demand.
Groopdealz specializes in boutique daily deals from handmade stores (think: Etsy). You won’t be able to get enough of their cute, limited edition arts and crafts like hand-stamped necklaces and chalkboard clothes pins.
This invitation-only sales site features 10-day deals on boutique hotels in Latin America. Luxe stays are discounted up to 50 percent, and the site also offers expert travel-planning advice and commentary.
Big city dwellers can save big on spa and wellness products with this beauty-centric site. Geared toward young women with an active lifestyle, this site also hosts subscriber-only mini-pampering events.
Heads up, dog-lovers! On this site, pups and their people will find a variety of deals on dog-related products, such as toys, treats, food and unique goodies. Its blog, “DoggyWoof” offers a wealth of information from must-read dog stories to breed-specific content.
From discounted luxury hotel stays to adventures at destinations around the globe, these private sales usually last 5 to 7 days or until sold out – and all properties are verified and vouched for.
Sorry ladies, this one is just for the dudes. With a focus on discounted golf, burgers and sporting events, this Seattle-based site has plans to roll out sites across the country. In the meantime, the testosterone posse can expect to save big on local businesses around Seattle.
For money-conscious mamas looking to stylishly kit your kid or baby, this site features more than 100 name brands, including Baby Lulu, Freckles + Kitty and See Kai Run. And it regular introduces new favorites, too.
This dynamic, blink-and-you-may-miss-it deal site offers a new item each day until it sells out, which is frequent and often. Selling items as varied as Duracell chargers to t-shirts, think of Woot.com as a virtual Radio Shack meets Wal-Mart. When shoppers see the “I Want One” button, it means a sell-out on an item is fast-approaching.
Whether you’re into Macs or PCs, check out big savings here on software products and applications, delivered straight to your trusty inbox. The site acts as sort of a middleman, connecting consumers directly with vendors.
Outdoor enthusiasts will kick up their hiking boots over the daily steals on this gear and clothing site. From Oakley sunglasses to Mountain Hardware hoodies, the site offers one deal at a time until it’s sold out, and then moves right along to the next bargain.
Foodies rejoice! The folks behind this site scour food markets, artisan shops, local farms and more across the country to feature one unique food item daily. They focus on small-batch products and features foodstuffs the founders would feed themselves and their kids.
What’s your favorite daily deal site?
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