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Weekend Plans in Chicago Under $100

Thursday, July 7th, 2011

If you plan on taking a trip within the next few months, it would be worth your time to peruse through Groupon and Living Social type sites to see if you could save money while you’re there.

BradsDealers Love Local Deals Too

Saturday, June 11th, 2011

TweetBradsDealers have two favorite things in life: 1. Deals      2. Food When the e-mail about Jimmy John’s offering $1 subs for Customer Appreciation Day began circulating through the office, we were walking (okay we were running) out the door at 10:50am to race to the nearest Jimmy John’s to get in line for this fantastic [...]

Groupon, Facebook, Google Offers, AmazonLocal, American Express and AOL: The Local Deals List Goes On

Friday, June 3rd, 2011

Just this past Wednesday, Google launched its Groupon competitor Google Offers. Just 5 weeks ago we were introduced to Facebook Deals. And just yesterday, Amazon announced that they too would be jumping on the local, daily-deal bandwagon, with Amazon Local.

Once (Gro)upon a Time: A Cautionary Tale

Friday, May 6th, 2011

TweetOn any given day you can turn on the television or computer and be treated to at least one advertisement for a local daily deal site.  They all promise the same thing:  a sizable discount on a range of goods and services.  Is it worth your time to investigate?—Absolutely.  However, not every deal will be [...]

Daily Deals Sites Face Off: Groupon & LivingSocial vs. Facebook

Wednesday, April 27th, 2011

Released Tuesday, the Facebook Deals page became available to Facebook users in Atlanta, Austin, Dallas, San Diego and San Francisco for a ‘test run’. Users in these cities can see local deals very similar to those on Groupon, BuyWithMe, LivingSocial or Google Offers and pay with either a credit card or with Facebook credits.


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