April 30, 2014 09:00 ET Saves Consumers Over $5M Since October & Doubles Retail Brands on Site

Deal Leader Reveals Top Tips for Summer Savings

MANHATTAN BEACH, CA--(Marketwired - Apr 30, 2014) - Retail sales have been on the rise for two straight months and March marked the sharpest increase in nearly 2 years, according to The Commerce Department. As the summer shopping season approaches, consumers are looking for ways to stretch their dollar while they spend and many are already turning to, the one-stop shop for finding and comparing the best online deals. Developed by leading deal company DealBase Corporation, today reported that shoppers have used more than 800,000 coupons, saving them over five million dollars since the site launched late last year.

"Given our expertise in the deal space, we aren't surprised that is seeing such immediate traction with consumers," said David Hehman, board member of DealBase Corporation. "Shoppers have been looking for a better way to save and we're finally delivering one resource that compares all offers online, so users know they're finding the best deals."

The company has nearly doubled the number of retail brands it features and now offers more than 35-thousand customized shopping tips, a 75 percent increase quarter over quarter. In addition, is announcing exciting new partnerships with, and, who will publish their deals on the site to further ease the burden of consumers having to turn to multiple sources for savings.

"Our research team digs deep into store policies to provide users with insider tips about shopping best practices," said Brandon Hunt, co-founder of "We are committed to helping consumers save like never before, arming them with all of the information they need to make the best purchase decisions."

Based on the team's research, developed a few of our top tips for summer savings:
1. Hump Day is Deal Day: data shows Wednesdays are the best day to save -- one-third of all coupons are published mid-week.
2. Many will Match It: Many of the biggest retailers like Walmart, Best Buy, Kohl's, Target and Sears offer price-match guarantees and retailers like Fry's, Home Depot and Lowe's all offer 110 percent, so you can save more.
3. Don't Over-Pay: Before you make a purchase, be aware of stores that consistently offer deals, and therefore, where you should rarely pay full price. A few of these brands include Bed, Bath & Beyond, Kmart, Gap and Home Depot.

For more on customized store tips and insight on the best ways to save, visit

About is a technology company focused on making the deal experience better. As veterans of the coupon and deal space, was developed to help consumers compare coupons from top deal sites, with one quick search. By aggregating the best deals, ranking their reliability and tracking top sales trends, users get peace of mind knowing they're getting the best deal. also provides store-specific shopping tips from nearly 10,000 retailers and counting. The result -- consumers save time, money and are more knowledgeable about their favorite stores.

Contact Information

    Aimee Eichelberger
    Superior Public Relations
    Aimee (at) superior-pr (dot) com