Top 5 sites for Holiday deal shopping

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It’s Christmas in July time! One of the ways I really like to recommend that people save money is through planning ahead. If you’ll start to think about the Holiday shopping season around this time, you’ll be well on your way to saving money.

The deals start right about now, and that means you can avoid any last-minute shopping that will cost you a lot more! We’re all excited as we gear up for the deals! So get that list and budget ready, ’cause here are the top 5 sites to watch for Holiday bargain hunting through Black Friday, Cyber Monday and the entire Holiday shopping season. 

1. Amazon.com

Amazon is my favorite place to find deals, because they have the regular lightening deals that start before Black Friday and go all the way through the Holidays. I’ve gotten some seriously screamin’ good deals this way!

2. BestBuy.com

If you’re looking for anything electronic-related, Best Buy is the site to shop at. And yes, they offer the same deals online that you can snatch up in the store. But you have to be quick with that mouse!
3. Target.com

Target also offers amazing online deals during the holiday shopping season. If you’re a fan of this store, then you’ll love sitting at home and getting some deals with just a few clicks of the mouse.

4. Kohls.com

Kohls is one of my favorite places to shop online for the holiday season, because they frequently offer Kohls Cash combined with coupon codes. The deals are unheard of – especially around Black Friday. 

5. Walmart.com

Just like Target, Walmart offers great deals online. Plus, their prices online are usually price-matched to compete with other online retailers. 

These are just my top five favorite places to shop online started now and all the way through the Holidays. Do you have any favorites that you would add to this list? Oh, and don’t forget to always search Savings.com for coupon codes before you do that online shopping! 

Crystal Collins, a Savings.com DealPro, is an Atlanta local, adventurer, a health advocate and thrifty as can be. Check her out on her blog at TheThriftyMama.com.

(Source: Savings.com)

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