It’s fair to say that the Internet is full of deals and special offers. Opportunities to save money are all over the place, but finding out about them isn’t always easy. They can pop up as fast as anything and that’s where new deals comparison site Sign Up Offers aims to help.
The facts are that may of the deal comparison sites make money by receiving a commission for every sale that a site they link to makes when a customer clicks through from them. This means that they obviously promote the links that make them the most money. But this isn’t necessarily to the end customer’s advantage.
How many special deal sites work
Imagine you want to buy a box of chocolates as a gift for someone, but want to save money in doing so. It might be that going to Company A will save you £5, but Company B will save you £10. As a customer you’d probably want to buy from Company B.
Imagine though that the site telling you about these two offers receives £3 for every box that Company A sells their customers, but only £2 for every box that Company B sells. They’re more likely to tell you about Company A’s offers aren’t they? After all they’re a business and it’s a way of maximising their profits.
How SignUpOffers.com is different
Now imagine a site that doesn’t receive commission from the offers it tells you about. A site where they just want to tell you about good deals. A site that puts the customers first.
Also factor in that if the company selling the goods and services doesn’t have to pay a commission to the offers website they can pass on some of that saving to the end customer, making what their savings even better.
Everything in one place
Sign Up Offers contains a real time feed of the latest deals and special offers which automatically updates when an offer becomes available. Everything is on there – promotions, promo codes and special offers. They are working with companies in sectors from sports wear and package holidays, through to beauty and consumer electronics to bring customers the best deals. What’s not to like?
Disclaimer: This post was brought to you in conjunction with SignUpOffers.com