Save using group buying websites

December 20, 2010 5:49:30 AM PST
If you like websites like Groupon and Living Social, you're going to love this Saving tip.

First, I want to tell you about dealon.com. Thanks to this website, I am going to dine at one of Center City's finest restaurants for more than half off!

I bought into this deal which ended up being just $27 for $60 worth of food and drink at the Prime Rib.

Here's the way DealON works, each deal begins with a starting price. As more people buy the deal, the price drops until it reaches the target price.

And look at all the other recent Deal On offers. This is a great way to save up to 85% on restaurants, spas, and activities.

Now I know I've told you about a lot of group buying sites like DealOn. Similar sites include Groupon and Living Social. They're all terrific, but there are now so many, it can be hard to keep track of all of them.

That's where dealgater.com comes in. It collects deals from all the group buying sites and organizes them into one personalized list.

You can customize your list based on your personal preferences.

DealGator also lets you keep track of all your coupons from multiple sites. Just instantly add the coupons to your list and set up email reminders so you won't forget to use them.

Of course, you know where you can find links to both DealGater and DealOn, right here on the saving page on 6abc.com.

Links:

www.dealon.com
www.dealgater.com
http://www.dealgator.com

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