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Daily Q&A: What Web sites can help me find bargains?

What Web sites can help me find bargains?

PC World recently released its list of bargain sites you might never have heard of. Here's some of what PC World suggests:

• Voyij. Voyij.com aggregates deals from all the other travel Web sites (Hotwire, Kayak, Priceline) and makes them searchable.

• Groupon. Every day, the site features a product or service from a business in your area ( Groupon.com has deals in just about every major American city) at a discounted price. Here's the catch: You get that deal only if enough people sign up for it.

• Kashless. Kashless.com is also a site for digging up free loot, but you get rewarded for your activity there, too. With the Kashless Rewards program, members earn points for posting an item, inviting a friend to the site, receiving an item, and so on. You can then redeem your points toward products and coupons from different brands like Amazon, Best Buy, Cold Stone Creamery, and more.

Check out PC World's full report here: www.pcworld.com/article/185425/skeptical_shopper_moneysaver_sites_you_havent_heard_of.html

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