Brooklyn, NY (PRWEB) November 25, 2010
With Black Friday and Cyber Monday just around the corner, bargain shoppers have begun to plan their deathscapades to retail shops. They pitch their tents and batten down the hatches in preparation for mile long lines and deadly mobs, all in hopes of snatching half a laptop or two. Really, bargain hunters should save themselves the trouble and check out Daily Steals, a revolutionary discount site featuring one deal a day on electronics, household items, jewelry, toys and other great products all available at one stop at http://www.DailySteals.com. Daily Steals offers discounts from 80% to 90% off, and sometime free items, charging only for shipping and handling.
“65% of online shoppers are hunting for deals. Not as many people are sifting through retail websites anymore, they're heading straight to the source at deal sites like ours,” said Matt Wiener, CEO of Daily Steals. “New bargain sites are popping up every day, each one responding to consumer demand. Even the big retailers like eBay and Amazon have started pushing the daily deal module.”
With so many deal sites flooding the market, Daily Steals has managed to set itself apart from its competitors. The website provides a fun, collaborative and interactive environment for its shoppers — from its mischievous mascot, Master Thief, to its quirky and creative product descriptions containing a successful blend of information and amusement. Daily Steals also boasts exceptional customer service with live chat and phone support, offering rapid responses to shoppers.
Featuring Black Friday-quality deals of 80% or more every day of the year, Daily Steals is a must for any savvy holiday shopper. The website's daily deal format streamlines the bargain-hunting process, making it easy for shoppers to satisfy their holiday gift lists without pulling their hair out (or losing a limb to Black Friday stampedes).
“With sites like Woot.com, Groupon, and Gilt Groupe, finding daily deals online is nothing new. We've revolutionized this market, offering massive discounts and an interactive, entertaining shopping experience, with raffles, contests, and humorous video descriptions, engaging our fans on a regular basis. Our website continues to grow exponentially despite a highly competitive deal market," Wiener said.
Daily Steals offers a variety of contests and promotions, including a weekly raffle for the site's email subscribers with no purchase required, giving away iPads, TVs, and other high-end electronics. The bargain site also features impromptu contests on its Facebook page (http://www.facebook.com/DailySteals), from caption challenges to “most likes” competitions encouraging their 6000-plus fans to enlist their friends for viral promotion.
In addition to showcasing a giveaway of the day on its homepage, Daily Steals also features category sites presenting additional daily savings on mobile items (http://mobile.dailysteals.com), household products (http://home.dailysteals.com), and luxury items (http://luxury.dailysteals.com). Daily Steals added a fifth site earlier this week for children's toys (http://toys.dailysteals.com), celebrating the new branch with insane toy deals just in time for the holidays.
Along with its popular Facebook page, Daily Steals maintains a Youtube account featuring product descriptions and weekly raffle winners (http://www.youtube.com/dailysteals). The deal site also operates a blog with online shopping tips and tricks at http://www.DailyStealsBlog.com.