The Holiday season is coming up extremely fast, and that means people are going to be looking for awesome deals for Christmas presents along with presents for other upcoming holidays! I’ve put together a list of a few websites I frequent for deals, that often put some really good stuff up for the holiday season too, and since we’re nearly upon the holiday season, this would be the perfect time to offer a few suggestions, no?
Woot — Woot is simply amazing for high-cost technology gifts among other items. Often you’ll find a $300 Samsung Galaxy Tab 7.0 drastically reduced for $160 for the entire day, while other times you’ll see a $800 3D TV reduced to $400 for the entire day. Woot offers some really awesome deals, and the real fun begins when they do something called a “Woot-Off.” A Woot-Off is essentially a blowout sale that lasts for a varying amount of hours. Anywhere between 24hrs and 48hrs. New deals pop up after one runs out of stock. Woot is a great place to find fantastic deals for the Holidays!
DailySteals — DailySteals is very similar to Woot, it is just another site you can go to in case Woot does not have what you are looking for. After this though, if you don’t find what you are looking for, it’s probably best to just head on over to Amazon and scour the internet for some awesome coupons. I much prefer Woot, but if DailySteals has something that Woot does not, it’s possible I will get it.
DailyDeals — If you are looking for non-tech related things (preposterous!) I would highly suggest checking out DailyDeals. There’s a lot there that Woot and DailySteals often does not have, such as Designer Sunglasses, clothing, magazine subscriptions. There is also a few coupons on there that appear often such as 50% off of getting your iPhone fixed from a certain company. Aside from that, I’m not sure why you would want to go to DailyDeals, technology is everything we need, right?
Amazon — As you probably already know, Amazon is a gold mine for awesome deals on technology and most everything, as it is all generally cheaper than what you find in the stores. Other than that, what you may not know about right now is the Amazon “Gold Box” deals that feature frequently throughout the entire day, and mostly on an hourly basis. You can check that out here.
Those are four websites that will offer you some fantastic deals for this upcoming Holiday season, and possibly might even help you buy all of your gifts online this year to avoid the Holiday craziness. Not only that, but hopefully it will save you some money instead of digging into the depths of your wallet and taking all you own.
Do you have any suggestions for websites that we should keep an eye out for? Is there one really good one that I am just missing? Let me know in the comments below, I’d love to add it to my arsenal of savings websites!