Top 5 Websites To Find The CHEAPEST Online Shopping Deals


– Today, huge deals and hidden savings! (hard-hitting music) Hi. I’m the YouTube Deal Guy, Matt Granite. Welcome to you one-stop shop for savings. You might know me from your
local TV station or USA Today. Usually, I profile huge price drops, none of which are ever
paid products, right here. I also do huge giveaways. But today, I want to do things
a little bit differently when it comes to finding deals. Looking to score a deal? Today, the five least known but best bargain sites in the country, as far as I’m concerned, that also bring the biggest savings. Hi. I’m Matt Granite. Of course, none of these
sites are paying us to talk about them. They’re going to be
surprised when they see all of this new traffic. Let’s start with a
hidden section of savings on Amazon, that sees so few clicks. I want to make sure this
is one your radar first. If you’re ever on Amazon,
I recommend scrolling down to the very bottom of Amazon.com. You’re going to see a little
section called Warehouse Deals. Click that tab. These huge, open-box items bring more savings than
almost anything you’ll see on Amazon, and more than
most websites in the country. It truly is a win-win for your wallet. Number two, while the
selection is really small, usually only one new
deal added every week, check out premierhotdeals.com. You’ll not only score some savings with some great customer service, but the lowest price beats deals whenever these items drop on the planet. Number three, discountdigger.com. Similar to that other
site I just mentioned, you only get one new
deal per week on average, but crazy good price drops, especially when it comes to kitchen items. Number four, the newly launched Best Buy Outlet, which now replaces the retailer’s cowboom.com deal site, is jam-packed. Big fan of what you can find there, especially when it comes to TV and computer peripherals. Five, simply adding the word deals after the slash for Expedia or Travelocity takes you to the best travel deals, really anywhere. Let’s try it. Expedia.com/deals. Score! Travelocity.com/deals. There you go. All of the information you need and all the resources I just mentioned, right under this video window, and a reminder, you want to get in on
those future freebies, my daily deals return in the next vlog, so stick with us. For free stuff, click the subscribe button you see on your screen right now. You’ll be signed up for that
all of my biggest daily deals. To turn on your alerts,
you’re going to see a wheel beside the subscribe button. On a mobile device, it looks like this. Click the box, turn on
your channel alerts. That will ensure you’re emailed every time I upload a huge deal. And remember, you want to buy any item I feature, there’s a link
right under this video window. Click the show more tab,
and every link I have for every deal is right there. There you go. You are awesome. Thank you so much for watching. (guitar music)

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