100+ Sites For Great Shopping Deals

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100+ Sites For Great Shopping Deals

100+ Sites For Great Shopping Deals

Posted: 18 Dec 2013 07:01 AM PST

Christmas is almost here! To help you get ready for the holiday shopping season, we are going to provide you a list of websites that feature awesome daily deals. What makes this list special is that the entries are arranged by country, giving you deal sites from 30 countries spanning 5 continents.

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In addition to the 50 websites that we are featuring in this post, we have also prepared some alternative sites to make sure that you will never run out of options! So, happy shopping and don’t forget to tell us about your favorite daily deal website(s) in the comments section.


Groupon. As the undisputed leader in the daily deal industry, Groupon has over 3000 deals spanning different categories like food & drink, events & activities, health & fitness, shopping, electronics, and many more!


LivingSocial. As Groupon’s biggest competitor, LivingSocial also provides awesome daily deals but that’s not all – they also offer you a way to get a deal for free!


More: Slickdeals, RetailMeNot, Woot, FatWallet, 20+ Coupon Sites For The Best Shopping Deals And Bargains


RedFlagDeals. Boasting a monthly readership of over 2.5 million while providing great deals across 14 categories, RedFlagDeals is the go-to site for anyone looking for awesome deals in Canada.


TeamBuy. TeamBuy was the first daily deal site founded in Canada, and had been offering deals with discounts that usually go from 50 to 90 percent.


More: WagJag, Buytopia, Expedia


Agrupate. Agrupate offers awesome deals with huge discounts for 12 categories including beverages, entertainment, fashion, tourism, and automotive.


More: ClubCupon, Cuponica


SaveMe. This website will save you time and trouble when looking for good deals on things like food, hotel, electronics, and books in Brazil.


United Kingdom

Vouchercodes. As its name suggests, the site offers great money-saving voucher codes for more than 2500 businesses in United Kingdom. For whatever product or service you can think of, the chances are that you can find voucher codes for them on the site.


Wowcher. This site makes use of the group/bulk buying concept to help you get irresistable deals on the best things you can buy or do in the United Kingdom.


More: HotUKDeals, Secret Escapes, Kgbdeals


DailyDeal. A daily deal site with a simple name, but absolutely great discounts – up to 90%! Be it dining, shopping or traveling, you can find them all here.


More: ab-in-den-urlaub-deals


Groupalia. A website based in Barcelona, Spain that offers affordable packages on travel, product, and services. It also has an optimized search-by-city feature.


LetsBonus. A website that provides awesome deals every day with discounts up to 70% on things like romantic getaways, fine dining, and travel.


More: Grupazo


Gruper. Whenever you want to shop in Poland, you can rely on Gruper for deals, promotions, rebates, and discounts up to 70%.


More: GoDealla


Downtown. Whether you’re living in or traveling to Denmark, be sure to use Downtown for some great deals on things like dining, recreation, and health & beauty services.


Sweetdeal. Head over to this website for some sweet, sweet deals on dining, travel, and products.


More: SPOTDeal, Dagens Bedste


Outspot. This is a Belgian daily deal website that covers a wide range of categories such as dining, travel, theme parks, spa services, sailing, skiing, and concerts. Discounts can go up to 80%.


More: Groupolitan


Yakala. A website with daily deals that cover 6 cities in Turkey, namely Istanbul, Ankara, Izmir, Bursa, Adana, and Antalya.


Grupanya! This Turkish website will give you recommendations (and daily deals, of course) on various delightful things you can do or buy in different cities.


More: Firsat Bu Firsat, Grupfoni, BirlikteAlalim, Kuponkodlari


iBOOD. Its name is an acronym for "Internet’s Best Online Offer Daily". Although it gives just one offer a day, the deal is usually a pretty good one.



Snapdeal. Billed as the largest shopping site in India, Snapdeal has more than 4 million listed products and over 6000 featured brands in more than 500 categories.


Jabong. A shopping website that specializes in all things fashion. It also has an international version.


More: FreeKaaMaal, Mydala

United Arab Emirates

Cobone. Looking for deals on dining and other activities or services in Dubai? Look no further than Cobone.


Makhsoom. This website will prove to you that you don’t always have to break the bank when buying electronics or luxury gifts.


More: NailtheDeal, Deal Gobbler


DealToday. A site that has got the best daily deals available in Pakistan for a wide range of categories such as clothing, beauty, health, and lifestyle.


More: Lootlo


Baligam. A leading online shopping website in Israel with an emphasis on lifestyle products, travel packages, eateries, spa services, and entertainment.


More: DailyD


Dealmates. Boasting a daily visitor count of over 30,000, Dealmates is the top choice for online shopping in Malaysia. There are deals on everything from high-end branded goods to everyday items.


Hulala. A Malaysian daily deal site that covers various categories like dining, beauty services, gadgets, travel, household, and automotive.


More: MyDEAL, StreetDeal, Jackcow


DEAL.com.sg. The top daily deal site in Singapore with discounts that go from 50 to 90%. Mobile apps for iOS and Android are also available for added convenience.


inSing Super Deals. A Singaporean daily deal website that promises to offer deals with discounts of no lower than 40%.

insing super deals

More: All Deals Asia, iLoveDeals, StreetDeal


Lakupon. An Indonesian deal website that gives out discounts up to 93%, and for members that use the LaKredit system, they can even get an additional 5% off for most items on the site.


EVoucher. A daily deal site that receives 25,000 page views every day, and has an active user base of over 800,000. On the site, you can find attractive deals for product categories like travel, dining, and health services.


More: Kliktoday, OgahRugi


MetroDeal. With more than 2 million unique monthly visitors and 703,260 "likes" on its Facebook page, MetroDeal is clearly one of the very top daily deal sites in the Southeast Asia region.


CashCashPinoy. Featuring awesome deals on luxury items as well as lower-priced products, CashCashPinoy appeals to consumers of all income classes. The huge discounts (up to 95%) help too, of course.


More: Deal Grocer, Deal Dozen


Ensogo. Now a part of LivingSocial, Ensogo is Thailand’s top website for social shopping. Its name is actually an acronym for ENtertainment SOcial GO.


StreetDeal. At the time of writing, StreetDeal has sold 56,170 vouchers, translating to about 2.89 million U.S. dollars’ worth of discounts.


More: ThaiCityDeals


HotDeal. A Vietnamese deal website that offers hot deals on dining, beauty & spa services, travel, fashion products, and more.

hot deal

Muachung. A Vietnamese deal website with an emphasis on the following product categories: women’s fashion, men’s fashion, household appliances & furniture, dining, beauty & spa, cosmetics, and products for children.

mua chung

More: KAY


CatchOfTheDay. With more than 2 million users, CatchOfTheDay has been the top shopping website in Australia for 3 consecutive years. It also has a sister site dedicated to grocery shopping called GroceryRun.


Scoopon. A part of the same company that runs CatchOfTheDay, Scoopon is the top website in Australia when it comes to group buying.


More: CrazySales, Cudo, Spreets

New Zealand

GrabOne. At the time of writing, GrabOne has sold more than 8.8 million coupons, translating to over 404 million New Zealand dollars’ worth of discounts. Coupons can also be bought through their iOS and Android apps.


1-day. A site that offers 3 awesome deals at 12 p.m. sharp every day. There’s also an Australian version.


More: Treat Me, Yazoom


BigLion. As the top coupon site in Russia, BigLion offers discounts ranging from 50% to 90% with deals spanning categories like entertainment, health, beauty, and automotive.


More: Kuponator, KupiKupon, BigBuzzy


JuHuaSuan. Even when it comes to daily deal websites, nothing beats Taobao’s JuHuaSuan in China. For more on Taobao, here’s a post we published recently here on Hongkiat.com.


MeiTuan. With 17.8% of market share (as of Q1 2013), MeiTuan is the strongest competitior to JuHuaSuan.


More: Nuomi, YoungT, 55Tuan


GOMAJI. A site with coupons that cover every major city in Taiwan. Featured categories include restaurants, spa & therapeutic massage services, cinemas, karaoke, etc.


GoodLife. A Taiwanese site that tries to deliver exactly what its name says with awesome deals (discounts up to 90%) on things like food, movie tickets, beauty services, and automotive services.


South Korea

WeMakePrice. Shop for the best apparel, cosmetics, and electronics in Korea on WeMakePrice, or what I would call WeSmashPrice.


TicketMonster. Just recently acquired by Groupon, TicketMonster is one of the top e-commerce companies in Korea with an active user base of over 4 million.



Ponpare. One of the largest coupon sites in Japan with lots of attractive deals covering most places in the country.


Ikyu Market. Ikyu has a lot to offer when it comes to deals on hotel, food, and beauty services.

ikyu market

More: RaCoupon, LUXA


Superdeal. Superdeal does not disappoint when it comes to deals on dining, beauty, services, and other activities. Most of the deals have discounts of at least 40%.



Holiday Gift Guide: 15 Awesome Geek Gifts

Posted: 18 Dec 2013 06:01 AM PST

We’re wrapping up 2013 soon and it has surely been an eventful year when it comes to great gadgets. It’s hardly fair to only let smartphones and tablets get their upgrades – you should be getting your own upgrade too!

We already have plenty of gift idea suggestions of what you can give away this holiday season, but if you truly want to pat yourself on the back with a gadget/gift worthy of a geek, we have made a mini-compilation of awesome gifts to get.

Some of the suggestions are obvious, others not so much but if this year has been a tough one for you or for your loved ones, it’s time to show some love. Forgive and forget, give gifts, not regrets. Let’s do some shopping!

Editor’s note: This post is brought to you by Best Buy.

For more shopping ideas:

Beats by Dr. Dre Studio (Blue). Listen to your favorite tunes for 20 hours per charge with the, noise-cancelling, leatherette ear cushions by Dr Dre. And if blue isn’t your color, these earphones are also available in red, white and black. [$299.99]

Chromecast HDMI Streaming Media Player. The TV is relevant again! Made possible by this $35 gem. Stream your media to the TV fron Android, iOS, Windows or Mac or from online sources like Netflix, Hulu Plus, Pandora, Google Play Music and more. [$35.00]

GoPro – Hero3+ Black Edition Camera. This waterproof camera takes high definition videos (up to 4k resolution), 12MP still images, comes with for wide-angle capture as well as low light auto mode. [$399.99]

Bose QuietComfort 15 Headphones (Limited Edition). Keep your music with you on the go with this comfortable, noise-cancelling limited edition headphone. It includes cables for remote control via iPhone and iPod, a mic for calls on the iPhone and runs for an average of 35 hours on AAA batteries. [$269]

LG G FLEX 6″ Screen. This is the curved display phone that has been making the rounds with its self healing properties. Boasting a 6 inch screen, a thickness of merely 7.9 mm and 177g, it calls itself the world’s first vertically curved display phone. [$948]

Logitech Wireless Solar Keyboard K760. A keyboard which charges itself via natural and artificial light, this solar keyboard can last 3 months per charge (in total darkness). The concave design allows for higher precision, lower noise typing and it works with the Mac, iPad or iPhone. [$48.48]

Polk Audio Wireless Woodbourne Speaker. This is a a powerful wireless speaker that can connect with your tablet, smartphone or TV via Airplay or Bluetooth. [$699.95]

Samsung Galaxy Gear Smartwatch. Samsung’s Galaxy Gear works with other Galaxy tab and smartphones to give you the notifications you need at your finger tips. The watch comes with a 1.63-in Super AMOLED screen and 1.9 MP camera, and is available in 6 colors. [$299]

Sony – PlayStation 4 (500GB). Have you gotten your PlayStation 4 yet? If you are not sure if you should be getting one yet check out our 10 things you need to know about the PS4 to help you decide. [$399.99]

Samsung Galaxy S4, White (Verizon Wireless). Samsung’s follow-up to the SIII was sold as the Life companion and comes with a variety of accessories, including the Galaxy Gear Smart Watch. Find all you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S4 here. [$49.99 - $699.99]

Microsoft – Xbox One Console: Day One Edition. The Day One edition comes with an exclusive digital achievement plus a special chrome D-pad controller. [$499.99]

SONOS Playbar TV Soundbar & Wireless Speakers. Have an high-definition TV at home but not feeling it when it comes to the stereo? The 9 amplified speakers on this soundbar will work perfectly. It can also stream beautiful music wirelessly from your computer or from online sources. [$699]

Narrative. Previously known as Memoto, Narrative is a lifelogging, GPS-enabled device you can clip on to your shirt to take photos of your view while you’re on the go. It automatically takes two photos per minute and can work for two days before a recharge. [$279]

Calypso Crystal Cases. No one does cases like Calypso. Whether you need a case for your iPad, iPhone or Mac, Calypso pulls together titanium, leather, microfabric and precision craftsmanship to give you sturdy and fashionable protective cases in every imaginable color. [€59 - €249]

Garmin (HUD) With Windshield Projector. Rather than try to squint and see where you’re going on the small screens on your Garmin device, have it projected onto your windshield instead. Get better directions, speed, safety and traffic alerts. Works with NAVIGON, a paid app. [$134.99 + $49.95 (app)]


How To Turn (Irrational) Skepticism Into Success: An Experiment

Posted: 18 Dec 2013 05:01 AM PST

How many times do we look at something new and regard it with skepticism, disdain, or some other negative reaction? Everyone can think of at least one time when we saw something new, a new approach to dieting or nutrition, a revolutionary business strategy, or even a television show or film that we simply didn’t get and thought was stupid – and yet, they turn out to be wildly successful!

Even though we might not be the target audience, we can often learn a lot from something we initially turn up our noses at. We can then apply those insights to our own work, and improve our results drastically, not by suddenly falling in love with what we hate, but by understanding the underlying structure of what makes it appealing to its target audience.

A Little Experiment

To really see this theory in action, I invite you to play along with me for a little experiment. Go ahead and pick 3 extremely popular things that you find yourself criticizing. Don’t be shy. I know you all have some choice opinions about a product, service, media offering, or pop culture phenomenon that you just don’t get. Pick anything that brings you out in a rash, or even fills you with righteous anger or confusion.

If you’re having trouble coming up with three things, write down a list of possibilities. Try to keep it to things you can simply, easily, and cheaply (or freely) partake in. Yes, I said partake. You can probably tell what’s coming next, can’t you?

Don’t fret – this is all for an excellent cause: helping you appeal to better clients, sell more with your designs, or whatever else you’re struggling with.

1. Partake

Okay, here comes the "fun" part. I want you to become a user of these 3 things you picked. Watch the terrible TV show. Read the crappy book. Try the silly fad diet.

If you really don’t want to invest money in the endeavor (and who could blame you?), borrow what you need from a friend or just interview some people who are diehard fans.

Don’t judge or criticize at this stage. In fact, don’t even ask any questions. Put aside your preconceptions and allow yourself to simply absorb the experience. Yes, it will probably be unpleasant, but try to put that aside for a moment.

2. Evaluate Objectively

If you can’t enjoy it, at least try to see it with a neutral eye. Another thing to do is to start reading other people’s assessments of it. Blogs, news articles, interviews, opinion pieces – all of these can help cultivate a store of knowledge about the thing you’re studying.

Be like a sponge for the time being, open up your mind and allow the essence of the event to wash over you.

3. Observe

Now comes the part where you begin picking apart what you’ve just witnessed and asking questions. Not just "why on earth did I just do that?" but actual, pointed information gathering that will help you better understand the appeal of this thing.

First, start with the basics. What did you notice about it? What stands out to you as significant? Any particular colors, camera angles, music, sound effects, compositions, or written copy that struck you as eye-catching or compelling? Why was that? What patterns are you seeing?

4. Ask Questions

Next, start asking yourself what kind of value you can gain from the data you’ve gathered. Is there some tactic or approach used by the producers of this product that you can adapt or use in your own marketing efforts? What, specifically, do other people see in it?

Don’t ask these types of questions cynically, but with real, open curiosity. Again, be open to learning something new and holding your judgment until the very end.

Still Hate It? That’s Okay

You don’t have to find some newfound appreciation for the product through this experiment. That’s not the point. The idea isn’t to start loving things you didn’t love before, the idea is to stop irrationally hating them.

If you find that you still can’t stand it after repeated and intense scrutiny, that’s okay. But it does you no good as a marketer, a freelancer, or a designer to simply decide that you hate certain things that are successful without at least examining them to understand why people love them.

Through this exercise, you may uncover a powerful tactic or strategy that you can apply to your own work, that will get you the increased traffic or clients you need to grow your career.


15 Minimalist Christmas Wallpapers [Wallpaper Wednesday]

Posted: 18 Dec 2013 02:22 AM PST

Have you decorated your Christmas tree yet? Do you still have any last-minute preparations or gift shopping left to do? With Christmas just a week away, we really ought to have all those things settled by now. But hang on a minute, have we missed something? Oh yes, Christmas desktop wallpapers!

15 Minimalist Christmas Wallpapers

To help you get in the mood for this festive season, we have prepared for you a compilation of 15 minimalist Christmas desktop wallpapers. May you have a blessed Christmas!

Minimalist Dark Christmas Tree. Available in 1680×1050.

Minimalistic Dark Christmas Tree

Abstract Christmas. Available in various sizes.

Abstract Christmas

Snow Globe. Available in 2560×1600.

Snow Globe

Minimalist Christmas. Available in 1280×800.

Minimalistic Christmas

Merry Xmas. Available in the following size(s): 1280×1024, 1600×1200, 2560×1600. Download zip.

Merry Xmas

Merry Christmas Snow. Available in various sizes.

Merry Christmas Snow

Merry Christmas & Happy New Year. Available in 1440×900.

Merry Christmas & And Happy New Year

Magic Christmas. Available in various sizes.

Magic Christmas

Happy Holidays. Available in various sizes.

Happy Holidays

Red Christmas. Available in various sizes.

Deer Christmas

Christmas Tree. Available in 2560×1600.

Christmas Tree

Christmas Tree Lights. Available in various sizes.

Christmas Tree Lights

Christmas Ornaments. Available in 1920×1200.

Christmas Ornaments

Christmas New Year. Available in 2560×1600.

Christmas New Year

Christmas Candy. Available in 2560×1600.

Christmas Candie



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