Have you heard of Groupon, Living Social or Faveroo? They are websites that offer daily deals for stores or restaurants in your area. I have used them 2 of them before – Groupon for a Gap deal (pay $25 for a $50 gift certificate) and Faveroo for Whole Foods (pay $20 for a $40 gift certificate). It really is a great way to save some money, especially since I would spend money at those stores anyway! The other day I received an email about a site called “Gluten Free Deals”. Gluten Free Deals is similar to Groupon, Living Social or Favearoo, except they are offering deals on gluten-free products.
Here is some more information about Gluten Free Deals.
We are excited to announce a new gluten-free daily deal site called Gluten Free Deals! While working with several gluten-free businesses, we realized that there should be a better way for you to try out new things and get great deals on gluten-free products.
Like the daily deal sites of Groupon and Living Social, www.dealcoop.com/glutenfreedeals, offers deeply discounted deals for great products, but our site is specifically for those who are eating gluten-free! Gluten Free Deals will offer 1-3 deals per week. Simply sign up to get our deal email, purchase a deal voucher, and use your voucher to get the deal. If you are a business owner, you will have the opportunity to offer deals on our website too! There is no offer too big or too small. We want to extend the offers to friends, family, and neighbors of all of you, no matter where they live! These deals will be available to anyone, anywhere. So please feel free to share this site and invite others to sign up. You can pass along deals by email, blogs, or social networks.
Be sure to sign up today and we’ll notify you when there is a great new deal! We are currently working with some great gluten-free companies and you will see the first deal in the next few weeks!
Gluten Free Deals was founded by Brady Mowers, who is working hard to get the word out about this great new site. Brady & his team are currently in the process of contacting some great gluten-free companies so that you can start receiving some awesome deals – generally 50% off.
Do you have a strategy for finding your favorite gluten-free foods on sale? Do you stick with the same stores or are you always on the lookout for the best deal? Do you shop online or in the store for your gluten-free foods?