In the last year, some 23 million Americans bought daily deals. That’s a lot of people. And because of all that money being spent, the daily deals market continues to attract new players, new innovations, and new ways to convince consumers they’re getting a deal.
Also: tips for cutting back on what you pay for everything from groceries to toys to your first home.
Paying good money for a coupon you don’t need, never use, and later sell for less than the purchase price hardly seems like a deal.
I come across tons and tons of new websites and e-resources, and while many of these are still in the infancy stage, all of are pretty interesting, and potentially useful to consumers.