How's that for guilt-free shopping?
You can give to a national charity and get half off clothes, accessories, and gifts.
When you buy something on the site, you're taken to a page where you can choose one or more of three national charities to which to donate part of your purchase proceeds.. The charities rotate monthly and SocialGoodies pre-screens them.
Total donations so far have amounted to about $27,000.
And speaking of daily deals, American Express is jumping on the bandwagon.
It's launched a service on Facebook that offers personalized coupons based on a cardholder's preferences.
But here's what makes AmEx's daily deals different from sites like Groupon and Living Social - You don't have to print out a coupon or pay for the deals up front.
Here's an example of how the service works: If you buy an Amex daily deal that gives you $5 back for spending $20 at Whole Foods, your Amex account automatically gets the $5 credit the next time you spend $20 at Whole Foods.
And while other services will no give you a refund if you fail to redeem your voucher in time, with Amex daily deals there's no penalty if you don't use the deal.