We know that people are having a tough time making it through this recession, perhaps the toughest time in their lives
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Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 16, 2009
MetroDealz launches new web site to help people beat the recession by finding the best bargains in their city and saving them the most money possible on the essentials of life - food, clothing, shelter, and more.
Featuring city-based reviews of businesses, services, and products that offer the best overall deals, bargains, and freebies, MetroDealz is 100% free to use and gives people a voice to communicate and share their "secret" places for shopping to help everyone save money.
"We know that people are having a tough time making it through this recession, perhaps the toughest time in their lives," says cofounder Joseph Gutwirth. "We're all in this together and the MetroDealz community is here to help as a central point to learn about and share real bargains to save serious money," says Gutwirth.
Whether you're looking for the cheapest, but best quality grocery store in Los Angeles, or want to know where to find the cheapest gasoline in New Jersey, MetroDealz will help answer it. You can also find national offers, such as the lowest priced international long distance provider in the country.
"It just doesn't make sense to buy your eggs from one market, then drive to another market because they have the best price on milk, and then drive to yet another market for the best price on bread. It's certainly not enough of a savings to overcome refilling your gas tank," says partner Naida Hebovic. "At MetroDealz our goal is to find the best overall savings in one place so that you can truly reap the total savings benefit and save time too," says Hebovic.
To begin, site-users view "Dealz" & "Freebies" that have been entered by other users and the MetroDealz staff. You can view all the bargains and freebies within the Google Map interface, search by Zip code, city or state, or search by type of business or service. Additional search options allow users to find where the deals are by proximity from their locations. Users can enter any "Dealz" or "Freebies" that they know about in their neighborhoods, nationally, or on the Internet so that others can benefit from this information.
"MetroDealz also provides resources that people in real need can use to help get back on their feet - lists of food banks in major cities, and details of government programs to be offered as a result of the new stimulus bill," says Hebovic.
For more information please contact Jill Turner at mediarelations (at) metrodealz.com or by phone at 323-786-8163. You can also visit the site at MetroDealz.com