I love saving money. With daily deal sites I can save 50%-80% off goods and services I use everyday. I purchased a month of personal training for $30 when the normal price was $230. Of course to make up for all the sweating, my husband and I celebrated by visiting our favorite restaurant with a 50% off coupon bringing our regularly priced meal down from $50 to $25. (FYI — I did skip dessert)
There are now hundreds of places you can sign up to receive emails on the best deals in your town, but, how do you know where to go? How do you make sure you don’t miss out on some of the best deals without overwhelming your email box with lots of junk?
The site we’re highlighting today is Dealradar.com. This site was suggested by reader Lauren Loyd. She says Dealradar.com aggregates flash deals from around 200 deal sites (like Groupon, Livingsocial, Tippr, etc) and delivers them to you in one convenient email – creating the fastest and easiest way to find and buy local deals The deals are categorized by city (nearly 80 cities in the U.S. and 16 more in Canada, Australia and the U.K.). The service is free and saves time too. Just like we like it.
Momgadget.com is on a mission to find the best coupon sites on the internet. We want to know if you are using coupons to save money and how you’re doing it. If you have a site you like, or some frugal tips to share tell us about it. Let us know what you think by sending email to firstname.lastname@example.org or by commenting below.