A List of Sites Like Groupon

Take Advantage of Savings With Groupon's Competitors

Groupon is a popular online coupon website that offers consumers "deal-of-the-day" discounted gift certificates to purchase specific products or services from local or national businesses. Anyone can sign up for free to use Groupon and be notified by email about deals. 

If you love the Groupon experience and are interested in finding out about companies that provide similar services in your area, check out a few of these sites. Some provide discounts on local products and services, while they all provide savings on national brands.

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LivingSocial was Groupon’s biggest competitor until the two companies joined forces. They still have separate presences on the web, and LivingSocial offers new deals every day by email for your local area. You can purchase the daily deal and receive a voucher the next day. The deals are offered for a limited time and represent significant savings off regular prices. For example, you can choose to spend $24 to receive a $75 credit at a local restaurant.

With LivingSocial daily deals, you can get up to 90 percent off the products and services in your city. You can also receive the daily deals on your mobile device. More »

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Like Groupon, you select your city or community from ​Yipit's list, so the coupons offered to you are valid for providers in your area. You are asked to enter your preferences on a worksheet that contains Restaurants, Health & Beauty, Fitness, Retail, Activities & Events and Special Interests, so the coupons can be customized to your buying patterns. Many of the special offers are available only for a limited time or until supplies run out.

You'll need to sign up for the company's emailed Bargain Hunters Newsletter, where you'll read about freebies and coupons from businesses in your vicinity. More »

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Woot started life as a one-deal, one-day website where it offered one product at a substantial discount for a single day. It still has a featured deal of the day, but it now offers other deals as well. With Woot, you visit the company's website and, if you are interested, purchase the daily deal. There is no coupon involved.

Woot offers deals in the categories of Home & Kitchen, Electronics, Computers, Tools & garden, Sports & Outdoors, Fashion, Kids & Toys and Wine.  More »

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RetailMeNot claims to have more than 500,000 coupon offers for 70,000 stores. You can browse the coupons at the website or sign up to receive an email with the current deals. When you make a selection, you receive a code that you then enter at a website for the deal. 

RetailMeNot offers cash back deals to people who make online purchases at one of its sponsoring companies. The list of participating retailers is long, so you can likely find a company where you already shop with on the list. More »

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Tanga is another deal-of-the-day website that offers a featured deal for a limited amount of time along with other special deals in categories of Jewelry, Health & Beauty, Electronics, Men's and Women's Clothing, and Home Goods.

Tanga posts two new sales every day—a 24-hour sale beginning at 7 a.m. and a 48-hour sale beginning at 4 p.m. (Pacific time). Sign up for the company's email newsletter to receive information on the latest deals and sales. More »

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Ebates offers coupons, deals, promo codes and cash back. Shoppers who join Ebates get a $10 signing bonus. Then, they shop at any of the 2,000 partners listed on the site and receive cash back on their purchase. Each provider lists its Shopping Secrets for shopping at the store through Ebates and lists the average cash back per order. Many of the stores offer in-store cash-back discounts redeemable on mobile devices. More »