At Ceecoupon, we dedicate every single day, 365 days a year, to bringing you, the reader, only the hottest deals from around the web. Unfortunately, a lot of those deals are only available for a limited amount of time. We figured that, while we will do our best to update you about the hottest deals from around the web, we can also educate our readers about the hottest daily deal sites. This gives our readers the edge needed to make sure to snag those one day deals before the sale is over. As deal industry experts with a combined 25+ years experience, here are our top picks for the top deal of the day websites:
eBay Daily Deals:
eBay deals tend to have the hottest deals available on a consistent basis. Every day, we at Dealtrend, are surprised at how the eBay team manages to pull together not only the most sought-after items but they also consistently offer them at the best of web prices. The rumor in the deal industry is that eBay subsidizes their deals in order to gain that competitive advantage. Whatever they’re doing, it works for us. Tip: eBay releases their deals every day at 8am PST/11am EST.
Amazon GoldBox Deals:
Amazon GoldBox comes in at #2, just below eBay because, while Amazon’s deals are hot, they only offer one deal of the day and one bonus deal of the day. From Amazon, “Our Deal of the Day features hand-picked daily deals with low prices on top electronic products, video games, tools, items for your kitchen and home, sporting goods, computer software, and more. Every day you will see our Gold Box Lightning Deals displaying limited-time deals at great prices; make sure you buy quickly because these deals will go away fast. Our Best Deals include hundreds of items throughout Amazon to pique your interest for savings on HDTVs; movies or TV shows; fashion items like clothing, jewelry, and watches; toys; and magazines”. Now, while this is true and they do offer great deals in every category, we just can’t rank them #1 because the hottest deals are limited. They do offer lightning deals which last for just a few hours but, aside from the occasional gem, it seems like they just use that platform to unload excess inventory. If you’re interested in apps for android mobile and tablet, something to keep an eye out for are the free daily apps they offer, as well as, the free “Actually Free Apps” available anytime. Tip: Amazon releases their daily deals at midnight PST/3am EST.
Meh Daily Deals:
If you’ve been around the deal industry for a while, you may know the name Woot, a daily deal destination. Well, the folks over at Meh.com are the original founders and ran it for a number of years before selling to Amazon. Since then, the quality of the content on Woot has dwindled, and the Woot founders opened up Meh, a pure model of the one sale one-day website. This model is difficult to find nowadays as most pure one-day sale websites have converted into 100 sales+ day websites or simply, a deal website. Most days, the items you’ll see will probably not appeal to everyone, but they are always guaranteed best of the web. Some added bonuses are their killer content and highly-engaged community. Another nice touch it their transparency on how others are responding to that day’s deals. Even if you’re just looking for a laugh and not interested in purchasing anything, we highly recommend taking a look at their site. Tip: Meh’s deals go live at 9pm PST / 12am EST.