Dealigg.com – Great Source for Online Deals

by Justin Weinger on March 19, 2007

It’s amazing the things you can find on the internet, even when you’re not really looking for anything in particular.

Lately a buddy and I have been working on a Pligg based website – Pligg is an opensource program that allows people to set up user driven sites like Digg – and as part of our research we’ve been trying to track down sites that already use Pligg.

While searching through some of theses sites to get some layout ideas for our template, I came across a site that I think will be very useful to the readers of Saving Without A Budget.  When you get a chance, check out Dealigg.com.

Dealigg is a site where users submit links to pretty good online deals, which can range from a free disposable toilet scrubber to $1,000 off an HDTV.  The best deals end up getting voted onto the homepage, so it’s not like you have to spend lots of time digging through spam and useless links in order to find the good deals.

Anyway, I just thought that since not that many people have ever heard of Dealigg it would be worth sharing.  So do yourself a favor and check it out when you get a chance.

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{ 8 comments }

Brian Carr March 26, 2007 at 8:00 pm

Beth – thanks for the comment and I’ll be sure to check out the site. It really is amazing the amount of money you can save by simply searching online for great deals!

Ed Luis April 5, 2007 at 4:36 pm

thanks a lot, I love the freebie section at dealigg.com

Brian Carr April 5, 2007 at 5:12 pm

That’s my favorite section, too!

Kristina December 7, 2007 at 4:13 pm

I came across http://www.combyo.com recently and I m loving it already.
Combyo combines all deals from the top deal sites like fatwallet, slickdeals, dealnews, benbargains and a lot more and presents them with real-time price comparison too.

Katie December 14, 2007 at 1:29 pm

Try http//www.combyo.com
Combyo is a deal site aggregator that collects deals from top deal sites like fatwallet, slickdesl, dealnews, techbargains and many more. All deals in one place. If there is a good deal on any product, you are bound to find it.

nebby February 9, 2008 at 12:31 pm

Yeah Saleshout.com is WAY cooler though…Dealigg lets you post deals BUT your postings go through THEIR affiliate urls so they get commision off of you..
http://www.saleshout.com allows USERS full control of postings including ability to post YOUR affiliate urls for deals YOU post…
Much cooler much more money for US!

prxymize March 1, 2008 at 3:52 pm

haha nice ncie finally something in our niche for social bookmarking and rating

Geoff November 1, 2008 at 9:07 am

Both MoneyJar.com and Dealking.com give more cash back and have better deals than dealdig.

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