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article imageWebsites Geared To Help Shoppers Find Bargains

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By Debra Myers     Nov 27, 2008 in Business
With Black Friday fast approaching, we all know that shopping is going to be extremely hectic tomorrow. Some will get their bargains. Or will they? Several websites have appeared, all geared to save money by finding those bargains without leaving home.
New York - There are some great websites out there that are quickly making a name for themselves. All of these websites are geared to save customers money.
1] Dealalerter.com: The site says, "Looking for a Better Bargain? Get Notified When an Item's Price Drops". Consumer Advocate Edgar Dworsky said, "It keeps going in every day and checking your item and checking stores everyday and when it finds your item at the price you want."
2] Slickdeals.com and Fatwallet.com are two sights that enable you to find bargains that would otherwise be missed. "They're veteran bargain hunters talk about some of the greatest deals. For example, people found a Dyson vacuum cleaner for 149 dollars." said Dworsky.
3] Missed the circulars in Sunday's paper? No problem! Sundaysaver.com will find you those ads. Click on the store's link and put in your address and/or zip code and you'll have the current week's ads in front of you.
4] Salescircular.com will help you locate all the sales on specific products for your area. "Let's say you're looking for GPS units. You put in your zip code and it will show you all the GPS units on sale in your area." said Dworsky.
5] Not sure that you're getting the best deal? Head on over to Pricespider.com. Here, you can check out the most recent prices on almost any item. Talk about becoming a smarter shopper!
6] Okay, you've bought the goods, but now want to send it some place. For that, you can go to Shipgooder.com. This site allows you to compare shipping costs between DHL, USPS, FedEx, and UPS.
So whatever way you chose to shop, I hope this list will save you some money. Enjoy!
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