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The Deal Diva’s top 7 websites for saving money

By Tara McAlister
Tara McAlister
Tara McAlister is MomsCharlotte.com's Deal Diva, giving you loads of easy tips to save money.
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Today I’ll finish up my series on 25 websites that will you save time and money. Here are my top seven:

7. CouponMom.com: Get access to printable coupons and a list of all the grocery deals by state. It helps to watch the instructional videos.

6. AFullcup.com: In the forums, readers share secrets about their favorite stores.

5. Groupon.com, LivingSocial.com, Dealsaver.com: If you’re not subscribed to these daily deal websites, you’re missing out on bargains for spa treatments, teeth whitening, wine tours, restaurants and more. Great places to find cheap fun.

4. RetailmeNot.com: Please pledge to never buy anything online without looking first on retailmenot.com for a coupon code. The site rates coupon codes on how reliable they are. Find in-store printable coupons too.

3. Redplum.com , Coupons.com: New printable coupons are added every few days.

2. TotallyTarget.com: Dedicated to finding the best deals at Target. Shoppers can add comments about deals they find at Target.

1. SouthernSavers.com: Created and maintained by a South Carolina mother of three girls, Jenny Martin’s site offers store-specific deals, online specials and ways to live frugally without sacrificing style or taste. If you’re new to couponing, watch her instructional videos and attend local workshops.

Reach Tara at thedealdiva@bellsouth.net
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