I LOVE a good Deal and in the past have used popular deal sites to save a few bucks but I became frustrated with codes not working properly, I would jump site to site hoping to find an active code but often was unable to find a valid code but a few months ago a fellow blogger introduced me to a site called Dealspotr and I’ve used this site so many times I can’t even behind to count, I log in daily and have scored some AWESOME deals! My husband must HATE me because my online shopping has increased greatly since joining Dealspotr. This site has literally been a game changer for me when it comes to online shopping and deal hunting.
Dealspotr is a crowdsourced website which means 30,000+ members add, edit, and police all the deals on Dealspotr which makes it similar to “Wikipedia” but for deals! Their website covers a huge range of deals and is considered one of the most accurate providers of codes beating out Retailmenot, Coupons.com, Groupon and other related sites. The site also offers a unique feature to earn gift cards by completing daily tasks which is SUPER easy! I earned a $20 Amazon Gift Card shortly after signing up just by posting or validating promo codes. Since the launch of Dealspotr, they have saved shoppers over $15 million and reward many for simply completing tasks on the site.
Dealspotr has promo codes from THOUSANDS of stores to choose from and since My Husband is a musician I love that their site includes promo codes for Musicians Friends and Guitar Center because it saves up TONS of money. I also absolutely LOVE that Dealspotr gives me the ability to customize my feed to receive updates from specific brands, topics, and people which then curates a daily feed of deals personalized for me. I can see deals from sites My Husband and I frequently shop which saves us money and makes my happy. My feed shows deals from Musicians Friends, Guitar Center, Amazon, Walmart and Dunkin Donuts which is great because those are the places I typically shop at and what I selected to receive deals from, I have no children so obviously I don’t need deals from children’s stores and by Dealspotr offering the ability to customize your feed I only receive deals on what I choose which saves me so much time because I don’t have to dig through deals for sites I don’t purchase from.
I found with Dealspotr that it takes SECONDS to find valid codes versus having to spend hours searching for codes that might not work. The site is so easy to navigate and I have yet to come across a code or deal that didn’t work. I love that I can also type in an item such as Electric Guitar or Plus Size Clothing in the search bar and it will bring up deals and codes on those items.
I know many of my readers are always asking how they can earn money and gift cards over the internet and Dealspotr is a GREAT place to earn gift cards by completing tasks such as liking deals, sharing deals, flagging codes that are invalid, commenting on deals, inviting friends and etc. You earn a $10 Amazon Gift Card for every 10,000 points you earn and I know people who earn that in NO time, I spend more of my time taking advantage of the promo codes versus earning points but the program is super easy to earn gift cards and they are really dedicated to rewarding those who post accurate information. If you post invalid information your Accuracy Score will drop but by posting accurate information your score rises and so does a number of points you earn.
Since signing up for Dealspotr I have ditched all the other sites because Dealspotr offers everything I need when it comes to finding valid promo codes and has saved me tons of money! I see the ability to earn gift cards as a bonus and would still use their site if they didn’t offer it because the promo codes make the site worth it for me.
Dealspotr is open for everyone to join and contribute and I highly suggest signing up!
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