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Online Purchase: How to Find the Best Deals?

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If I need a new laptop, an air-conditioner, an office lamp or something else, I don’t just click on “buy”, when purchasing online – even if I compared prices before on Amazon, or used their app mobile application for iPhone and iPod.  I try to stretch my dollars even further, using a list of deal-finders in order to save money when buying online.
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Coupon Codes and Deal Finders
Especially for online shoppers, they are the hottest tools on the web.  Make sure you’re getting the best price possible, using deal finders, price comparators, and clever product search engines.  Check out these sites, you might find lots of low-priced treasures:

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How to Find the Best Online Deals?

Dealnews is popular because it’s actually a whole network of similar deals sites like DealMac, DealRAM, DealCam, and more.  It’s “where every day is Black Friday.”  The Dealnews front page organizes deals by category, especially on tech products.  It’s friendly interface – complete with large pictures of featured product deals – is a convenient scan site for the casual deal-searcher.
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My favorite, PriceGrabber, is a comparison shopping website that searches and compares prices from popular online retailers to show the lowest price available price.  Apart from the simple search, PriceGrabber supports “Price Alerts” and rates products, based on expert and user reviews.

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FatWallet is best known for it’s active community of prudent spenders, and is an excellent resource for saving money online and off.  You need to do a little digging, but you can find plenty of great deal streams, for example in their “Hot Deals” forum.
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FreeShipping.org  rounds up free shipping coupons for over 600 stores online from the Gap to Macy’s, Target, Home Depot and Land’s End.  Search by store or by item to find free shipping coupon codes before you hit the “Purchase” button.
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BeatMyPrice.com looks up products on sale at a better price than an existing listing that you enter.  BeatMyPrice.com combines user-entered prices as well as product listings across the web.
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GotoDaily is a straightforward coupon search engine.  Enter a store web site or keywords and GotoDaily will list coupon codes and deals.
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ShoppingNotes.com is an online price watcher. You enter the URL of a product online that you want to get at a better price, and ShoppingNotes will email you a price drop notification up to a number of days that you specify.
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ZingSale is another straightforward email price drop notification tool.  Enter your desired product and your email address, and ZingSale will send a message when it goes on sale.
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Slickdeals.net is a comprehensive and very popular deal-finding web site with an active user community, dedicated to scouring the web for great deals.  Slickdeals posts a steady stream of deals on their homepage, from tech to toys and clothing to appliances.
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Price!pinx tracks price drops at any site and offers a handy bookmarklet to do just that. Enter your email address and add items to your watch list by hitting the !pinx button.
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GoodGuide for environmental conscious shoppers: they offer a product database of information categorizing each item on how socially, health-conscious, and environmentally responsible it is. Find safe, healthy, green, & ethical product reviews based on scientific ratings.
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DealsPlus is like the other popular deal finders listed but with a twist: It integrates social bookmarking features like Digg or Delicious to help the most popular deals rise to the top. DealsPlus users submit deals and vote on the submitted deals they like; popular deals make it to the DealsPlus home page.
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Last but not least: MYHABIT
Stylish clothing, shoes, handbags, accessories or jewelry: Get fantastic deals every day at this Amazon outlet.  For a limited time, you and each friend who accepts your invitation will earn $20.  Your account will be credited when their first order ships.  Gift card credit can be redeemed on both, MYHABIT.com and Amazon.com sites.

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Deal Finders
Most deal search engines work the same way:  You enter the product you’re looking for and in some cases, the price point, and they return online deals.  Price drop notification systems watch items you enter over time and email you when it goes on sale.  Get the best price possible, using these websites.

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