Kailua Kona, HI (PRWEB) February 9, 2010
Bargains4Seniors, the age 55 and over discount and bargain destination, launched a lucrative new feature for businesses that have seen the effects of a slow economy and senior citizens on a fixed-income. The free website, http://www.Bargains4Seniors.com has created a local search database which allows business owners and seniors to share senior-specific discounts. Bargain-hunting seniors use the local search service to find discounts in their town. This new service will save seniors money and reward senior-friendly businesses with free advertising and new customers.
To include a senior-specific discount, simply click "share a bargain" at the top of the website and create a login (the process takes less than two minutes.) Once a discount is posted, the Bargains4Seniors community rates and reviews each bargain by sharing opinions in the blog-style comment section. Bargain types include restaurants, professional services, travel, shopping and entertainment.
Thirty-One year old site founder, Joel Kriner, describes Bargains4Seniors as a "new-age family business in which the senior members of my family research, review and contribute to many of the features on the site. Their experience and knowledge fit perfectly with my ideas, it makes a great combination."
Bargains4Seniors has been featured in U.S. News & World Report, Kiplinger, AARP and Yahoo! Finance. The goal of Bargains4Seniors is to save seniors money by encouraging a senior bargain in every retail store in the nation. Website features include senior bargains, discount advice, website reviews, and must read articles.