The best entertainment deals, coupons and discount sites
Many people look for good deals everywhere. Be it for houses, cars, insurance, groceries, trips, concerts, or clothes, people are always drawn to low prices and discounts. Regardless of the reason, it is always a good time to look for sweet deals, especially online. These sites offer best entertainment deals online.
Slickdeals.net was founded in 1999 by Van Trac. Headquartered in Las Vegas, Nevada, Slickdeals specializes in anything and everything under the sun. They have deals on books, music, games, and music, as well as musical instruments, concert tickets, and coupons for streaming services. Digital HD movies go for as low as USD 5 each, a Fender LE American Professional electric guitar is only USD 1,099, The Strain’s Collector’s Edition only costs USD 12, and score a John Wick 1 and 2 (Digital 4k UHD) for USD 5 plus a USD 5 voucher for John Wick 3: Parabellum.
Headquartered in Huntsville, Alabama, Dealnews was founded in 1997 by Daniel de Grandpre and D. Richard Moss. Dealnews lists all the best deals online, making it easy for consumers to shop and buy. They post more than 400 deals every weekday. They sell one-year magazine subscriptions starting at USD 4, free Apple Music subscription for 4 months, free Philo live TV streaming access for 1 month, Digital SD edition of Season 2 of the original 21 Jumpstreet for USD 1, Best Choice Products 49-Key Bluetooth Portable Roll-Up Keyboard only for USD 37, and a Gretsch Streamliner Hollow Body for only USD 320. You can get these for anything there, from streaming sites to casinos with high limit roulette.
Savings.com was bought by Commission Junction, Inc. in 2003 and was later re-launched in 2007 by founders Loren Bendele, Marcus Flemming, Tom Kuljis, and Joe Zulli. Since its re-launch in 2007, the site has been offering online and offline coupons. Its sister company, Savoo.co.uk was founded in 2009 to cater to the UK market. It later expanded its reach to other European nations like Germany, France, Spain, Italy, the Netherlands, Ireland, Austria, including Australia, Brazil, Mexico, and Canada. They offer 30% off on every Legoland admission ticket, pay only USD 100 for a 2-park fun card at Busch Gardens, a USD 30-off for General Admission tickets at Knotts Berry Farm, get a USD 10-discount on orders at SeatGeek when you refer a friend, or score a 10% discount for order above USD 35 at Barnes and Noble.
Owned by M&F Worldwide, retailmenot.com sells coupons. The site was founded by Cotter Cunningham and is headquartered in Austin, Texas. It offers discounts like USD 20 off on orders at Six Flags, 50% off on Cirque Du Soleil tickets, and USD 20 discount for Universal Orlando tickets bought online. Buyers can also get freebies like free standard shipping for Christianbook.com orders for USD 100 or higher or free shipping for order of USD 29 or higher at Snapfish.com.
Collin Morgan started Hip2save in 2008 as a blog. It then grew into a coupon and savings blog that is known all over the US. Hip2save endeavors to find ways for every John and Jane to save money on anything, including entertainment deals. They’ve got coupons and discounts for Amazon, Best Buy, Whole Foods, Walmart, Lowe’s, Macy’s, and whole lot more. A dancing bluetooth robot speaker only costs USD 30, 8 books at Zulily only costs USD 10, two Tolkien movie tickets gets you a USD 5 discount, the Infinity Gauntlet e-comic book is free on Amazon Prime, Kindle subscription (unlimited reading and listening) is only USD 1 for 2 months, watch 3 Disney movies and get Regal Crown Club credits or Disney Movie Rewards bonus points, or get 65% off on season passes at Six Flags.