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If you’re like me, you love uncovering a great deal! I will spend hours scouring the web to ensure I find the best quality item at the best price…thus eliminating any “buyer’s remorse.” As we have posted on in our Toolbox, Daily Deals, we have vetted a few sources that offer excellent Daily Deals.

As the title suggests, when a Daily Deal item sells out, it is no longer available, so time is of the essence. We recommend signing up for notifications from each of these websites, so you can be immediately notified of the specials available, saving money on things you need. (NOTE: Being frugal does not mean buying “great deal” items that you do not need. Of course, there are always gifts to buy for special occasions, so set your budget, and if you see a good gift item at a great price, grab it before its gone!)

  • CNET’s Cheapskate Blog: Before purchasing any technology items, we rely on the thorough and unbiased products reviews provided by CNET. So, when their blog contributor, Rick Broida, posts his daily Cheapskate deal, we pay attention! As he states, “The primary goal of the Cheapskate is to spotlight one killer deal (and maybe a bonus deal or two) every day of the week. I love cheap stuff, and I love sharing deals even more.”
    The majority of Cheapskate’s deals are technology-related.
  • Yugster: “The best daily deals on the net” – A new one-day sale is posted every morning, plus a number of other great deals that last longer than a day. Yugster offers an array of products, from electronics to household items to “As Seen on TV” products.

  • Brad’s Deals: “The Best Handpicked Deals and Coupons for Online Retailers” – This website hand picks the best sales, promo codes, online & printable coupons for you. Brad’s Deal’s newletter regularly has a number of great deals and coupons from hundred’s of retail merchants.
  • Meh: One new deal, every day at midnight. This website just cracks us up…the product write-ups, FAQ’s, and puppet videos are completely random and entertaining! Because there is only one random, great deal a day which typically sells out fast, we actually have the Meh website load automatically every morning when we open our Internet browser window. Meh regularly features technology items, but you can never predict what tomorrow’s item will be.

Until next issue…Best wishes in your endeavors!

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