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The Best Website For Saving Money on Christmas Shopping!


If you only visit one website this Christmas shopping season, make it FatWallet. This is hands down my favorite website to go to for finding savings on things I need to buy, coupon and cash back deals, freebies, and so much more. FatWallet is a large community based site where members share shopping deals, sales, coupon codes, hot finds, etc.

You will find coupons, deals and cash back offers from over 2500 retailers. I have been browsing the site and have found amazing deals on items that I probably would never have thought of buying for Christmas presents otherwise. Check out just a few of the deals I have come across this morning:

Holiday Giggle Elmo--$10 with coupon code for free shipping! (Original price $22)
Baby Einstein Baby Neptune Ocean Adventure Gym-- $30 (original price $59.99)
Logitech Quickcam Deluxe for Laptops-- $19.99 (was $55.99)
Kodak Easyshare Camera--$99 and free shipping! (was $169.99)
Oversize Down Comforter 500 thread count -- $59.99 (was $412.94)

Whatever you are looking for, it is so worth the time to check out this site first before you buy-- if there is a deal on that item, FatWallet will have it listed!

There is a forum where you will find even more sales and deals going on that members share, and a gift ideas section if you are having trouble coming up with a Christmas gift idea for someone on your list!

Take a look at fatwallet.com...you will be so happy you did! Oh...and always check out the "past Deals" section--- many of these deals are still ongoing and are items are at excellent prices!

Comments

propane said…
What a great post! Of course I'm a little biased. But thank you so much for the write up about our site and letting everyone in on the great gift ideas.

Thanks again,

Laura Pagles
FatWallet.com

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