“We’re addressing the most common complaint about flash sales,”
Reston, VA (PRWEB) July 31, 2012
Trevor Soares, founder of RetailFetish.com, announced today the launch of RetailFetish, a fashion deal aggregator that pulls the latest deals from the best online fashion flash shopping sites. Consumers rely heavily on the information provided by these websites to gather the latest information on the clothing they wish to purchase. RetailFetish has come up with a solution to eliminate several visitations to all the sites, by simplifying and consolidating the deals from flash sale sites into one comprehensive website.
“We’re addressing the most common complaint about flash sales,” said Soares. “With so many sites now offering daily deals, it can be time consuming and overwhelming your inbox just keeping up with them all. RetailFetish makes it simple by consolidating all the deals into one site and a convenient daily email. Simply browse and click the deals you’re interested in. You get the great deals, and get them in the most efficient way possible.”
A fashion flash website offers designer merchandise discounted up to 80% for members. Deals typically last 36-48 hours and offer inventory from more than 1,000 popular brands at steeply reduced prices. Over 5 million individual users flock to these various sites to snag the perfect deal each year and the numbers show no signs of stopping (Time, 2011). Deep discounts on fashion and accessories can be found on these flash sale sites, but finding the best deal can be burdensome for consumers. RetailFetish.com has simplified the process by allowing consumers to quickly browse all the daily deals within one site and customize the information they receive through daily emails based on their specified interests.
RetailFetish.com is a fashion deal aggregator that pulls the latest deals from the best online shopping sites for both men’s and women’s fashion sales. RetailFetish features over 20 retailers including all the top flash sales sites like Gilt.com, RueLaLa.com, Fab.com, Indeeli.com, HauteLook.com, JackThreads.com, BeyondtheRack.com, TheFoundary.com, MyHabit.com, plndr.com, FreshShades.com and many others. Users may select men’s fashion or women’s fashion and are only alerted when there’s a deal that they might actually be interested in purchasing.
For more information or to get started, please visit RetailFetish.com.