How To Steal A Deal

Posted on May 25, 2011 by 1 Comment
How To Steal A Deal

I am all about getting a deal…I also love shopping online. And if I can save 50%-80% on something my kids need, or occasionally want, I am there!

Given I have a 3 year-old, I’ve been a huge fan of KidSteals since they opened their virtual doors. KidSteals sells products at 50%-80% off until it sells out. Shipping is reasonable, and the products that they feature are products that you probably already use or know of already.

So how does it work? KidSteals features one “steal” a day that can be emailed right to your inbox at 9am MDT. The catch? When the steal is gone, it’s gone.

Speaking from experience, you have got to jump on the steal as soon as you get it because they sell out very quickly sometimes.

The website says: “We want your kids to have everything they need, plus the little splurges they want, without putting a dent in your wallet,” and they really deliver on that. I have gotten nothing from KidSteals but great service, very fast shipping, and great products to choose from.

And if you are expecting a baby or have a child in the infant stage, check out Into scrapbooking? Check out! These sister sites work the same as KidSteals does, and you can also have the emails delivered to your inbox every morning. Actually, let me take that back. BabySteals actually posts two steals a day; one at 9AM MST and one at 9PM MST.

And if you just want to compare prices? Stop at before you go anywhere else. With an active community, extensive product reviews by other parents, you’ll get all the advice you need before making an investment. Plus, if you have a question about a product that hasn’t been addressed yet, ask a question and let another parent answer it!

All three “steals” sites also guarantee that you are receiving authentic merchandise directly from the brand.

Make sure to head over to one, or all three sites!

Do you receive the daily emails from these sites? What do you think about the products they offer and the idea overall?

Photos Courtesy of the Steal Network, LLC

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Natalie Hoage

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  • Ruby T.

    That’s pretty smart marketing: a limited-time, limited availability push offer every day to a willing receipient in the target demographic? Clever.