Daily Dollar Deal Exposes The Web’s Best Bargains

Every time a new discount-seeking app comes out, you kind of feel bad for mom’s basement techies who were doing the long division required to cheat the system before it was served to the general public in a value meal.

With the arrival of Daily Dollar Deals, a new website and application that dials you in directly to ridiculous deals on eBay auctions and Amazon listings, you just know there’s a group of bargain shoppers who used to troll these sites without the point-and-click convenience now provided.

Oh well…stinks for them.

With Daily Dollar Deals, you can find a Blackberry listed for a dollar (or less)…with only minutes remaining to bid. You’ll get a direct line into eBay’s most popular auctions and Amazon items discounted 90 percent or more.

Many sellers list items on eBay for $1 hoping that bidding will start low and will gather momentum. But typos, poor categorization and other factors can limit the buyer traffic coming to these value-priced offers. That’s the behavior that fuels the appeal of Daily Dollar Deals.

When you visit the website, you’ll find some of the ads difficult to distinguish from the actual navigation if you’re in a hurry, but considering the savings you’ll now be privy to, you can afford the few seconds it takes to click back to Daily Dollar Deals and start hunting for bargains.

2 Comments on this Post

  1. I love that site!! 🙂

  2. I love that site!! 🙂


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