5 Websites for Finding the Best Deals Online

5-Websites-for-Finding-the-Best-Deals-OnlineMore than ever, we are staying at home and shopping online to keep our families safe. Many stores and restaurants have introduced contactless pick-up and employed the help of delivery services such as Grub Hub and Door Dash to fulfill our tastes for our favorite restaurants even if we stay home. However, sometimes we pay more than we should have to online. That’s why several websites exist for finding the best deal. Getting the best deal at an online store can be as simple as adding your selected item (like a Coach tote) to your shopping cart, clicking checkout, and signing up for Coach emails to get a discount code to apply to your order for a better deal! When you need to do online shopping, check out these 5 favorite websites to save your next nickel!

1. Moneygains

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If you live in the Northern Ireland (compare ni) area, you need to check out Moneygains. Moneygains is a start-up price comparison website that will help you save money and find the best deals in the market on your electricity bill. Simply enter your email address, your current provider, how you pay, and how much per month. Upon submitting your answers (check out the privacy statement for more information), within seconds you will see all of Ireland’s electricity companies and how much you will save (or not) on your bill annually! How cool is that? Moneygains also hosts a community where you can read and contribute on a money-saving form! Simply create a Moneygains account and activate it to receive emails with money-saving tips. While you’re at Moneygains, be sure to check out their step-by-step guides on making your money go further. Some particularly useful guides include Understanding Credit Reports, Understanding Credit Scores, and Coronavirus- Your Financial Guide. Overall, Moneygains is a fantastic resource for anyone looking to save a nickel or two!

2. Outlet Sale

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When you need a new cookware set or kitchen utensils, you should visit outletsale.com. Outlet Sale offers great quality cookware (like iron cookware and utensils, like forks) at an amazing wholesale price. Outlet Sale even prides themselves on their commitment to greener shipping practices. According to Alex, Outletsale’s creator, when creating the website, the response data showed brand name household items were a hit with customers who wanted fast shipping with a great deal. Also, if you need to call technical support, you can expect to be treated with respect and care. Before checking out, be sure to sign up for emails to get 10% off your order.

3. Honey

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Honey: your smart shopping assistant is a Chrome or Safari extension and App that can be downloaded in the Apple App Store or Google Play Store. The platform helps you find the best coupon codes on over 30,000 sites. Simply add the Honey extension to your browser in two clicks, continue your haul at your favorite store, and save money! With the extension, you will see a red bubble with a number inside it. That number tells you how many coupons Honey has found for the store you are currently browsing. Click on the notification then “try now.” That’s when Honey gets really sweet! The application enters each coupon, and within seconds it will either apply the best one or tell you that you already have the best deal. For example, on the Amazon cart tested with 8 items, Honey took about 33 seconds to test 48 coupons. At no cost to you, Honey is an amazing application to help save money!

4. Slug Books

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Attention college students! College is expensive enough and campus bookstores are notorious for severe price gouging on textbooks and even rentals! That is where SlugBooks comes in. Before classes begin, log in to your campus bookstore’s website to get a book list for your classes. Each book will have an ISBN associated with it. While you can type in the title of your book on SlugBooks, try to search for your book’s ISBN number to ensure you are getting the right edition of the book required for your classes. This is especially useful in English or Literature classes when you need to point your class to a particular passage in the book during discussion or even writing an essay. At the end of the semester when you need a little extra cash, skip the campus buyback program, and sell using SlugBooks. Simply hit the “sell” option and get prices from 3 different websites to get the most money back for your textbooks.

5. Groupon

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Looking forward to a date night or a night out with friends? Want to save money so you can do even more? Check out Groupon! Simply log in on your computer or download the Groupon app, sign up with your email, fill out some personal data like your zip code, and agree to the privacy statement. With that, you’re on your way to saving money on your next fun-filled evening! Click on the coupon you would like to use and save up to 75% on your selected activity.

It’s always a good choice when adding items to your online shopping cart to sign up for emails so you always have a coupon or discount code to apply to your online store order. Whether you are a veteran homeowner or a renter, you can always save some money on a basic need like electricity or housewares to cook up something great in a new cast iron pot. If you are a student, buying textbooks does not have to be so scary or hurt your savings too much. No matter who you are, you can save money when you are shopping online. Just turn to these five favorite websites like Moneygains, Outlet Sale, Honey, Slugbooks, and Groupon that you can count on and can expect to save you more than just a nickel!

4 Replies to “5 Websites for Finding the Best Deals Online”

  1. I use groupon all the time. These are some awesome suggestions. Thank you for sharing the others. Thank you for sharing and co-hosting with #omhgww. Your post will be socialized if share buttons are provided.

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