When you are shopping online for bargains on electronics, accessories, clothing, and other products, finding the best deal is key. While eBay.com is a useful site for finding items at good prices, there are plenty of additional sites that can save you a bundle as well.
Let’s check out the best bargain websites that are cheaper than eBay.
Ben’s Bargains gives you the hottest and newest deals as soon as you land on the site. You can also search from a variety of categories, tons of top brands, and major retailers. What is helpful about this deal site is that you can see great details quickly. On eBay, you will have to forage a bit.
For example, bargains may show price history for the product in a little pop-up window.
Find the hottest deals on gadgets, computers, electronics, cameras, and a lot more with DealNews. You can browse or search by category or store coupon. Then, grab those awesome bargains from major retailers like Toshiba, Nordstrom, Guitar Center, and Walmart.
Once you delve into a section, you can apply several filters for brand, features, and price, depending on the category. And, before snagging a deal, you can view comments from fellow users. You also have options to add your own feedback if you find a problem with the deal or product. DealNews offers sales and news alerts via email, an RSS feed, and handy mobile apps.
On DealsPlus, users vote for the best deals and the ones with the most votes make their way to the main page. You can shop top picks and hot deals as soon as you arrive on the site. If you are looking for an item, you can search by category such as automotive, entertainment, or travel. Coupons are also available for specific stores like Amazon (we’ve compared Amazon and eBay), Newegg, and Walgreens.
You can redeem offers directly from the retailer or obtain promotion codes that can be printed or copied and pasted during online checkout. DealsPlus provides custom alerts and multiple RSS feeds per category. If you sign up for a free account you can also follow other users, share tips, and earn points for your activity on the site.
Slickdeals is one of the better-known deal sites and includes everything from gadgets to apparel. With a clean and intuitive interface, finding a bargain is a breeze. Browse by deal, category, or store and be sure to check out the featured deals right on the main page.
If you shop by category, the helpful filters for store, rating, price, and brand are convenient. When you select an offer, you will be directed to the retailer or provided a promotion code. Slickdeals offers alerts for specific options, which is a wonderful feature. Just add a keyword, notification method, timing, and rating so that you receive alerts for exactly what you want.
GottaDeal.com is a popular site for finding deals and coupons online. The website has a huge variety of categories to choose from with everything from accessories to wearables. You can also browse through deals by retailer with options like Acer, Sears, Petco, and Mattel.
A useful feature of GottaDeal.com is the customizable options you have for searching. You can view all deals or narrow down your choices by retailer, category, shipping option, and date posted. This is convenient when you are in the market for something special. GottaDeal.com also offers email alerts for convenience and mobile apps for shopping on-the-go.
DealCatcher is a terrific resource for coupons and deals. You can search for a product or browse through coupons, deals, stores, in-store offers, and a variety of categories. The Store section is one of the nicest things about DealCatcher. If you have a favorite store such as The Home Depot, Macy’s, Best Buy, or Target, you can quickly see all deals available for that retailer.
When you select a coupon or deal, you will receive details needed to obtain the discount. These can be in the form of a promotion code, printable coupon, or direct link to the store for the offer. With the newsletter feature you will never miss a great deal. Plus, DealCatcher offers email alerts that are created easily with a keyword for a product, company, or store.
FatWallet is a long-time favorite when it comes to wonderful deals. You can view bargains by department or store, check out exclusive savings, and find local deals by entering your location. After selecting the offer, you will receive further details, which normally includes a promotion code. You will then be directed to the online store to accept the offer and make your purchase.
Be sure to check out the What’s Hot box on the main screen for deals from specific categories and stores. FatWallet offers a community forum, email alerts, an RSS feed, and a free signup with your email address or social media account.
With RetailMeNot, you can shop the hottest trends, top discounts, and recommended deals. To begin your search, select the Browse Coupons menu from the top navigation. You can then check out promotion codes, gift card deals, printable coupons, cash back offers, and free shipping deals.
RetailMeNot also offers filters to narrow down your search results. Filter by category, store, and discount type. This makes finding that sweet bargain super easy. You can sign up for a free account, receive a newsletter, and find deals on your device with the mobile app for Android or iOS.
TechBargains is a solid option for bargain electronics, and computers and gaming. You can browse deals by store such as Apple, Dell, or AT&T. If you select a store, you can easily see all available offers along with the expiration dates. You can also browse by categories like computer components, software, tablets, and headphones.
In addition, the site offers deals from non-electronic-specific stores such as Bloomingdale’s, Dollar General, and Kohl’s. And, you can review products in categories like sporting goods, tools, and clothing. TechBargains offers both email alerts and a newsletter to stay on top of the deals.
10. Yugster [No Longer Available]
This next deal spot may have an unusual name, but one you will remember. YUGster, which stands for Yours Until Gone, offers plenty of bargains. Check out the deal of the day, the tech deal of the day, last chance savings, and special offers. Rather than being directed to another store to make your purchase, you can buy directly from Yugster.
Like most deal sites, Yugster offers a handy newsletter and a free account signup. With every purchase you make, you earn Yug Points and you can earn even more for referring a friend. Then, use your points for bigger discounts.
For all sorts of bargains on electronics, home goods, and apparel, eDealinfo.com helps you find them. The site offers several ways to shop for deals. You can browse by category, coupon, event, recently-added items, and hot deals.
As you look through the deals, you can quickly see all the details right on the main screen. Then when you pick one, you will be taken directly to the retailer to make your purchase. You can subscribe to the eDealinfo.com newsletter or RSS feed as well as grab the app for Android or iOS.
DealDump is an aggregate of multiple deal sites; several that we have mentioned here like DealNews and Slickdeals. If you select a deal, you will be directed to the originating site. However, this is also quite convenient for searching several discount sites at one time. DealDump provides offers for kids, women, technology, and gaming.
DealDump has two nifty sections which make it a useful alternative for Amazon too. You can check out the Freebies area for all types of free goodies. Or, hit the Amazon section for Gold Box Daily Deals, best-selling books, and other hot Amazon items. You can also subscribe to the DealDump daily newsletter.
Dealighted.com lets you find your bargains by category or store and works like DealDump. Using a collection of 25 deal sites like GottaDeal and FatWallet, you can search for bargains in one spot. Dealighted.com has categories for electronic products like laptops and gaming systems, as well as apparel and travel.
Glance through the Best of the Best section for the current day when you arrive on the main page. Then, pop open the Free Stuff link from the top navigation. You never know what cool items you might find in these two areas. You can also subscribe to the Dealighted.com RSS feed.
Where Do You Shop for Deals?
These days, finding the best prices can be a challenging task, both online and offline. But, with these 13 terrific sites, you are one step closer to grabbing that amazing deal rather than go into eBay always.
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Originally written by Aseem Kishore on October 21, 2007