All Deal Websites That Will Save You A Fortune
Can you only earn 100 thousands per year but live like a millionare? The answer is “Yes”! If you can keep getting 90% discounts on the price of your spending. :)
http://GetBestDeal.org is here to help you realize your millionare’s dream. We gather information from all the daily deal websites and other websites that regularly give out great discounts and rebates; and share all the saving opportunities with you for free. Below you’ll find a comprehensive list of where we find all the great deals, promotions, discounst, rebates, free contests and giveaways. We distill the most beneficial bargains from these deal sources so that you can get the most out of those site without taking too much of your own time to browse through them. This is never a complete list and will always be expanding.
We determine customer services and return policy are the most important factors when evaluating a deal source. So when possible we tell you our experiences dealing with them, and try to quote the return policy of each site exactly as what they are. Please be aware that any policy posted below is for reference purpose only. They might have been changed at the sources so make sure you check the current policy on the source websites before making any purchases.
DealFind.com: although still far behind the biggest daily deal website right now, I’m pretty sure they will become one of the biggest daily deal website in the forseeable future. They have good quality deals with deep discounts from some best merchants around major cities in USA and Canada. Many of their deals have sold around 5000 vouchers in one day! Some deals even sold over 10 thousand vouchers! They response promptly to customer requests. They have 30 days refund policy and they do honor refunds without problem. This is really important because not all merchants can live up to our highest expectation and with DealFind’s exceptional customer support, we can get the deals with ease and figure out if they really are worth keeping or spending. If not, we will simply return them to get our money back. Highly recommend, top choice!
GreatCanadianRebates.ca: This is not a daily deal website but a cash rebate provider. Since you already do your online shopping at Dell.ca, Expedia.ca, etc. why don’t you go though those links at GreatCanadianRebates.ca to earn extra cash back rebates? You can find up to 75% or $1000 cash rebates from varies merchants. This is a website you must register.
Groupon.com: by far the biggest daily deal website spanning more than 500 markets and 44 countries in the world. No matter where you are located, you will very likely to be able to find a local deal from Groupon. Groupon’s philosophy is: “we treat our customers the way we like to be treated”. On Groupon, you can “Award” or “Flag” a business, that’s one way Groupon can keep improving the customer experiences. Their refund policy is “If you ever feel like Groupon let you down, give us a call and we’ll return your purchase – simple as that.” Note there is no time constraint specified, kinda like Costco’s policy. Unfortunately (or fortunately), I haven’t had any opportunity to deal with Groupon’s customer support, so I can’t tell if they really keep their promise. Why don’t give it a try yourself?
MadDeal.com: a new addition to the daily deal business but has very aggressive market strategies. They currently run deals in all the bigger Canadian cities and will be expanding to UK and USA soon. Their promise is: “At MadDeal, we’re passionate about what we do and truly care about your total satisfaction with our service. That’s why we offer a 30 day money back guarantee. If you haven’t redeemed your voucher within 30 days since the deal ran and you wish to return your purchase, simply email us the details and we’ll fully refund your money. No questions, no hassle. If for any reason you are unsatisfied with your purchase after having redeemed the voucher, simply write to us and we will do our best to find an acceptable resolution. ” I really wonder what kind of acceptable resolution they will provide but at least they have this promise.
LivingDeal.com: Now only are available in a few Canadian cities but have plan to expand to major USA cities. Return policy is so-so. “Returns are handled on a case-by-case basis. Within the limits of reason, we’ll do what it takes to make you happy. Unless there is something wrong with the purchase, we are generally unable to offer refunds after one week from the purchase date.”
DailyDealster.com: if it is not yet, it will soon become the second largest group buying site in North America. They are now available at almost all bigger USA cities. Return policy: “Unused vouchers may be returned within 30 days of purchase for a full refund, excluding shipping & handling. The item must be in its original condition without any component of the offer having been redeemed. A proof of purchase may be required. “
YaYaCalgary.com: This is a brand new addition to the daily deal competition. The best thing about it is that every deal has a quantity limit (usually 100), which is called MAX by YaYaCalgary. This is important because you don’t want to become 1 of 5000+ persons who have bought a Spa voucher and then in a waiting list that can’t promise you when you will be able to get in. Although it’s a Calgary focus daily deal website, even if you’re not in Calgary you can earn some money from YaYaCalgary if you
help promoting it by registering as a YaYaCalgary Affiliate. YaYaCalgary offers 7 days no question asked return policy.
LivingSocial.com: They are the second largest group buy website in the world. However, they have NEVER replied my email enquiries. Also please be aware that their return policy is ONLY 5 Days and it was reported that they sometimes even refuse to honor refunds within 5 days! (See more at LivingSocial Disney Escape Scam Warning and more if you try googling) Looks to me they don’t really care too much about our consumers. I’m certain they will be (or may be have been) caught up soon by other competitors, such as DealFind.com and DailyDealster.com:
DealTicker.com: They are a strong supporter of charities. 30 days refund policy.
StealTheDeal.com: “StealTheDeal is your ticket to ride…the entire city! Our daily deals cater to you – the savvy saver – by offering goods and services of all varieties including fine restaurants, upscale hair salons, relaxing massages, sports events, and more! Let StealTheDeal be the little voice that guides you to the best and brightest your city has to offer. ” Refund policy: “You may refund your listing at any time during the first 72 hours after you have purchased it.”
Dealathons.com: also a strong supporter of charities. 14 day refund policy, but also promised “If for whatever reason you feel you did not receive the services offered by the voucher you purchased or you were treated unfairly, please contact Dealathons”
EthicalDeal.com: “ethicalDeal was born out of a mission of making green mainstream. We use the group buying model to introduce people to green alternatives – making it easy and fun for people to discover their green city! Join us as we advance the green movement on a city-by-city basis across North America!” Unused vouchers can be returned in 5 days but if you are unable to redeem a voucher because the merchant has gone out of business, you’ll get a full refund even beyond 5 days.
DealSharing.com: Currently only available in Toronto/GTA. Refund policy: “Refunds are processed on a case-by-case basis. Your satisfaction is very important to us. If you feel DealSharing has treated you unfairly in any way, do not hesitate to contact us and we will do everything within our power to correct and remedy the issue.” You are also entitled to a full refund if a merchant closed down.
PriceDodger.com: available in major Canadian cities and a few USA cities. 100% customer satisfaction guarantee for their service with a 30 day refund policy. I’ve communicated through email a few times pleasantly with them. Usually very quick replies!