Best websites for a local bargain

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Are you sleuthing for a sale, looking for a new gadget or do you just like the feeling of getting the better end of a deal? Here's a bunch of sites for bargain hunters that support local business.

Did we miss your favourite website? Let us know about it in the comments below.




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mikemanson posted a comment   
Australia

Buckscoop, who aren't doing cashback anymore, are a great source for competitive daily deals. I've been following them for over a year now and have picked up a number of bargains via their Deals page. The freebies section isn't as good though.

 

chantelle posted a comment   
Australia

Found lots of great deals at http://www.apeshop.com.au/ - they have a nice price comparison plus a nice collection of discounts and coupons for aussie online stores which are always handy to use

 

MaryW posted a comment   

http://www.onevali.com.au - not bad either. Apparently they also do wholesale pricing.

 

CameronB3 posted a comment   

I like using thedealer.com.au - aggregates all the deals sites so I don't need to visit each one! Perfect!

 

petermchardy posted a comment   
Australia

None of these sites are actually particularly flash with a bargain. I find that the newer models that they advertise are cheaper in a number of other places by doing next to no extra checking on the web (not so much appliances online they seem to be good). Go to a site like staticice.com.au for computers or actually search with a part number and you will always turn up something... Just be a little wary when it comes to shipping prices or hidden shipping prices. Also be wary of items that are refurbished even when they have a manufacturers warranty... Just saying.

 

mikemanson posted a reply   
Australia

That's why I use Buckscoop - their deals seem to carry comprehensive price comparisons and they almost always include shipping (and any other hidden costs) in the titles so no surprises at checkout.

 

BradP1 posted a comment   

http://www.savvyappliances.com.au is another good one for appliances. Prices similar to appliancesonline once you factor in delivery.




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