Find the Best Daily Deals with These 7 Sites

Sandy Writtenhouse 25-03-2016

Luck is really just being in the right place at the right time. Shopping online is no different: when it comes to finding the best deals, you need to not only be diligent, but also to know where to look and when. These seven websites do the hard work for you so you can always be in the right place at the right time to save some cash 5 Useful, Money-Saving Online Shopping Tips You Should Know Here are several tips and tricks to help you hold onto more of your hard-earned cash. Read More .




From clothing to electronics to home and garden, DealNews gives you the day’s hottest deals right on the front page. With one click, you can see all of the day’s deals with details including the store, savings, description, and how long ago it was posted. If you choose to buy an item, you will be taken directly to the retailer’s product page.


DealNews provides more than just daily deals — it features articles on saving money, coupon codes The 3 Best Online Coupon Sites to Save You Money Coupon sites are one of the best and easiest ways to save when shopping online. From quick deals to guides on how to control your budget, here are the best coupon resources on the Web. Read More , and an editor’s choice section with specially selected deals. You can also do a search if you are looking for a specific item, making DealNews a great spot to hit that also offers a little extra. And if you cannot make it to your computer to see what’s featured for the day, DealNews has apps for both iOS and Android.

Follow DealNews on Facebook or @DealNews on Twitter


Daily Steals

Daily Steals gives you the deals and nothing but the deals. As soon as you open their front page, you will see what’s hot for the day. From clothing to jewelry to electronics, you never know what you might find. You will instantly see the item, its price and savings, and when the deal will end.


You can browse dedicated sections for Apple, Android, and general phone accessories with a click. But the daily deals you see when you hit the page are the main draw for Daily Steals. This site offers a self-contained shopping cart, so rather than being directed to another store to purchase your items, like with DealNews, you will buy them directly through the Daily Steals website.

Follow Daily Steals on Facebook or @DailySteals on Twitter



Similar to Dealnews, DealCatcher shows you the hottest deals at popular stores. When you find an item to purchase, you will either be taken to the product page on that retailer’s website or be presented with a coupon code for the discount. Either way, DealCatcher does offer some nice prices and alerts.


DealCatcher also provides a handy filter of the product results to narrow down your choices by price and the type of deal. And you can enter a search term if you are in the market for something in particular. From airlines to florists to hardware and so much more, this is a site worth checking out.

Follow DealCatcher on Facebook (hasn’t been updated in a while) or @DealCatcher on Twitter


Kinja Deals

Kinja Deals has featured products each day that you may not even realize you wanted or needed. With everything from teeth whitening strips to sunglasses to exercise equipment, there is bound to be the perfect deal for you. You will see good descriptions along with pricing and direct links on where to grab the items right on the front page.


Kinja Deals brings personality to their daily deal details. With a casual writing style, the descriptions often include a bit of opinion from the writer. This friendly atmosphere is a nice touch.

Follow Kinja Deals on Facebook or @KinjaDeals on Twitter



1Sale has a good variety of items each day as soon as you arrive on the site. You will see some terrific photos, the price, and the percent savings right up front. The top of the page shows a countdown for when new partner deals will arrive, allowing you to plan another visit. With gift cards, clothing, electronics, and household goods, there are many wonderful deals.


When you view an item, you will see product description details and a link to the retailer. If a promotional code 15 Crucial Terms Every Online Shopper Should Know The world of online shopping evolves so quickly, it can be hard to keep up with the terminology. Here are a handful of terms that we think everyone should know for their own good! Read More needs to be provided, that will be displayed directly below the link for the deal. 1Sale also has apps for both iOS and Android, so you can check out deals when you are on the go.

Follow 1Sale on Facebook or @1SaleADay on Twitter

Ben’s Bargains

Ben’s Bargains has an awesome list of daily deals with top offers along with the hottest and newest deals. Each offer has a good amount of detail right on the main page, so you only need to click if you want specifics. For example, not only can you see the price, description, and savings, but you can see if a product is selling out fast, what the price history is, and if another retailer has a comparable price.


From the front page, you can go directly to the retailer’s website to purchase the product or view further details. The additional information may include related deals and helpful comments from the community. In addition to wonderful daily deals, Ben’s Bargains lets you shop by category, brand, or store. Plus you can grab the mobile app for iOS or Android to keep up on what’s new. With everything from cookware to apparel to computers, Ben’s Bargains is a site to check out.

Follow Ben’s Bargains on Facebook or @BensBargains on Twitter

Brad’s Deals

Like Ben’s Bargains, the guys at Brad’s Deals know how to find a super deal. Brad’s Deals is updated constantly with new items. With a good amount of product details right on the front page, all you have to do is click the “Get It” button to go to the retailer’s website. Shoes, jewelry, appliances, and household décor are just a few of the types of products you can find.


If you decide to browse away from the daily specials on Brad’s Deals, there are also military, teacher, student, and senior discount sections. And you can also look for a specific product by category, deal, store, or use the search feature.

Follow Brad’s Deals on Facebook or @bradsdeals on Twitter

A Few Last Tips

If you enjoy one or more of these sites, be sure to check their social media offerings 7 Ways to Use Facebook to Save Money Read More . That way you can get deals right in your news feed on Facebook or Twitter and you’ll be less likely to miss out on a great deal that doesn’t last very long.

If you do not mind a little more email, you can sign up for available newsletters so that you are always in the loop with hot deals. And one last tip if you want to go all in, you can sign up for free accounts on several sites to receive alerts How to Save Time and Money When Shopping With Google Alerts As far as saving money, Google Alerts can be used to notify you of recent product listings, new product reviews, or big promos and sales. Read More like on Ben’s Bargains.

And don’t forget to check out MakeUseOf deals! You can get some great products, subscriptions, and bundles at fantastic prices.

Which daily deal sites do you like?

If you have a website that you visit regularly 10 Super Ways to Save When Shopping on Amazon There are plenty of ways to save some bucks when shopping on Amazon that you may or may not know about. Read More for awesome daily deals, let us in on the secret and share it in the comments below. We all want to save money Shipping Smartly: 5 Frugal Tips to Save Money When Shopping Online You're shopping around online, you find the perfect item just within your budget, but the shipping is just way too much? Here's how to cut those fees down to size. Read More , so we appreciate your suggestions for terrific spots to find the hottest deals.

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  1. Deal Masta
    June 4, 2017 at 6:30 am

    Slickdeals is awesome. DealNews is an oldie but goodie. New favorite is

  2. Massimo
    June 9, 2016 at 12:40 pm

    Hi Kat enough said

    May 22, 2016 at 5:54 pm


  4. Mike Vertx
    March 29, 2016 at 5:30 am enough said.

  5. Kattz
    March 25, 2016 at 9:11 pm

    It would be absolutely fantastic if someone could put together a list like this for the Canadian readers. We can get some of the deals on, but of course we have to pay the customs, brokerage fees and exchange.

    We have Red Flag Deals and some coupon sites but I'm not aware of any sites that report the deals on sites like and others.

    We always seem to pay more for everythng so every little bit helps.

    • Sandy Writtenhouse
      March 25, 2016 at 9:38 pm

      Hi Kattz,

      It stinks that you always have to pay more. And, after seeing your comment I went searching out of curiosity and wow, the options are slim. I saw the Red Flag Deals that you mentioned and a couple scattered sites here and there. But, it looks like you almost have to go directly to each site:,, etc. which also stinks. I'll do a little more searching...

      • Kattz
        March 25, 2016 at 10:42 pm

        Yes, that's the problem. The other alternative is to subscribe to the email notifications from each retailer. I have an address just for that. If it gets to the point where I'm getting too much spam I just delete it.

        The problem with both of these approaches is that you have to know about the retailer. That's easy for the big places. You can spend a lot of time looking for all of this stuff.

        Thanks for your help. I will keep looking too.

        • Kattz
          March 25, 2016 at 10:56 pm

          Oh, and I almost forgot. Canadian readers should check out . Until the last few years they were a small chain mostly in Hamilton/Toronto/Kitchener but they are expanding rapidly now. They sell a lot of refurbished gear and brand new stuff too . They have been around since the late 90's/early 2000's.

          They have an email list. Great deals and they ship to anywhere in Canada.

    • Deal Masta
      June 4, 2017 at 6:31 am

      Not Canadian but good for US deal and coupon folk:

  6. Dave
    March 25, 2016 at 7:50 pm

    One of my "regular" sites I check during my morning scan, lunch scan and right before I clock out of the office is They have some really cool price drops that I have hopped on to save a few bucks.

    • Sandy Writtenhouse
      March 25, 2016 at 8:40 pm

      Hi Dave,

      I just checked out the site. It looks like a pretty slick way to see great Amazon deals. I love their tagline: "Our minions scout the secret price drops at Amazon." Thanks for sharing!

      • Dave
        March 25, 2016 at 10:56 pm

        Not a problem. It was something I could finally share in the comments as I am just a lurker :)
        Keep up the awesome work.