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While talking to a few Mom friends we got on the topic of the deal a day sites and come to find out many of them used them frequently and loved the deals they were receiving. I have shopped Zulily a few times and was cool with the deal, but often I find that you have to get there quick for the hot deals because the do go quickly.

So far, I have perused Totsy and Zulily and I like what I see. I haven’t checked out LivingSocial , Plum District or ideeli, but I am constantly seeing enticing advertisements for them because AdChoices loves me, LOL!  So I think I may have to give them a gander.

What’s your take on the Deal Sites, do you love them or hate them? Do you find great deals? Do you find a lot of “must have” designer names or do you love the less known brands? Or it just doesn’t matter as long as it’s cute?

Love to hear your take on the deal sites.  I love a great deal like anyone else, especially for my growing kids!

Have a great day!

Cute Beltz

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