I have been writing my blog for MomsCharlotte.com for about three years now, and the question I’m most often asked is where I find all my information.
I’m happy to share. In a recent survey on Facebook, RedPlum found that 86 percent of Americans plan to spend more time researching coupons, deals and savings than researching political candidates.
Let me save you some time with my Super Six Saving Sites:
• SouthernSavers.com: The brainchild of Greenville, S.C., native Jenny Martin, this website is a constant resource on local retailers such as Bi-Lo, Harris Teeter and even Publix. The website is easy to navigate, with videos showing how easy saving can be without going to the extreme.
• Upromise and SavingStar: Both websites allow shoppers to download e-coupons to their loyalty cards. Money saved from Upromise can go toward educational expenses; savings from SavingStar can be deposited to your banking or PayPal account.
• Retailmenot.com: This is my first stop before buying anything online or at a store. I feel this site offers the best and most reliable coupon codes and printable in-store coupons.
• RedPlum.com: Not only do they offer great printable grocery, drugstore and restaurant coupons, they also provide money-saving advice and a list of current free offers.
• Nextag.com: Lets shoppers compare prices between retailers.
• DealSaver.com and Groupon.com: Deals on massages, mani/pedis, restaurants and more, usually at 50 percent off.
Check out The Deal Diva’s blog on MomsCharlotte.com and on Facebook.