New sites let customers pick what's available and what gets discounted.
Volunteers get a sweet treat for doing good, plus food coupons, free pens and free decor workshops.
The growing popularity of group buying has drawn a shady element.
Latest mobile shopping app 'rewards' customers for entering the store, trying on clothes and more. Useful or creepy?
JetBlue reprises its 'All You Can Jet' pass with unlimited trips for a month. It's $699 if you fly Fridays and Sundays.
Online deal sites are sweetening deals on everything from gym socks to dorm fridges.
Deals and freebies include Dora's birthday party, 2-for-1 movie tickets, yet more free smoothies and 39-cent tacos.
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