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Four Great Sites to Snag a Deal

by Travis Harvey | November 4, 2009November 4, 2009 5:34 am PST

Sometimes finding the best deals on the internet isn’t worth the money you save looking. Instead of digging through hundreds of sites that always promise the best deal around, we compiled four top sites to help you get the best deal around.

SlickDeals

Throughout each day, SlickDeals posts some of the best and most popular shopping deals of the day, submitted by slickdealsthe community. The SlickDeals forums are a major feature that allows the users to post and vote up deals they find worthy.  Frontpage deals are hand-picked by the SlickDeals staff and only the best are showcased on the landing page. The site search includes forum entries to help unbury some of the best deals on the web.

Woot!

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Everyday is sale at Woot!. They sell one item, or Woot, for 24 hours and once they sell out you’re out of luck. This might not sound groundbreaking but when you calculate the markdown, you’ll think of any reason to whip out your credit card. Shipping is always $5. Head over to Woot! everyday at midnight to check out the newest item of the day. While you’re there, check out their other subwoot domains for deals on wines, shirts, and stuff for kids.

RetailMeNot

RetailMeNot features one of the largest online coupon code databases with upwards of 40,000 stores that make saving money mind-numbingly easy. Each coupon code features a success rate that is determined by the users retailmenot through a voting system to promote or demote a coupon. Users can submit coupon codes that are not currently in the database and even opt in to receive email updates when new coupons are submitted for any particular store. Before you checkout on any shopping site, be sure to swing by RetailMeNot to save yourself some money.

DealNews

Who knew that everyday is Black Friday? DealNews scours thousands dealnews of online retailers in an effort to deliver some of the biggest markdowns on the web. One of the most tech-friendly deal sites around, DealNews offers sections specifically geared towards your favorite tech: laptops, desktops, televisions, phones, and more. Deals are given a ‘hotness’ rating which corresponds to the markdown and popularity of the deal.  If you’re looking for some of the best tech deals, check out DealNews.

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