Yipit.com is a deal site that offers a unique and personalized shopping experience. From the home page, you are asked to provide your email and then select the shopping preferences you have based on a number of different categories. One of the preferences you are able to set is your location, so that the deals you see will be close to your location. The entire process takes less than a few minutes. From there, your shopping experience is extremely specific and valuable to your individual needs.

 

Rank Chart
Savings
Selection Categories
Our Score
#1
Up to 90%
10+
8.2
#2
60%
25+
8.1
#3
50-80%
4+
7.1
#18
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50%
6+
5.3

The Good

Yipit.com offers a unique and personalized deal seeking experience.

  • City specific
  • Preferences considered
  • Top brands

Everything about the deal finding experience with Yipit is geared towards meeting your likes and needs. A major part of this experience is showing deals that are specific to the user’s location. Not only does this provide more usability and consequent value, it also allows more of a discount to be received since many of the deals are from small to mid-size businesses looking to aggressively build their customer base.

Not only is the city you live in calculated into your results feed, there are a number other preferences calculated as well. A user is able to choose exactly the types of categories of products they are interested in. This process enhances their deal feeds by leaps and bounds, giving you more of a chance of finding something you are interested in without having to go through the hassle of searching through countless pages.

Not only are you able to find local deals that fit your interests, there will also be results from many of the top brands on the market. Some of these companies include but are not limited to Walgreens, Home Depot, Old Navy, and Sears. These brands make it easier for you to find the right deals for your shopping needs.

The Bad

There are a few things that should be considered before making this your one-stop deal hunting solution.

  • No alerts advertised
  • Lack of transparency

A number of online deal sites offer their users with alerts sent either through email or a downloadable application. Yipit.com does not advertise any such service. This is unfortunate since this notification can provide a fast and reliable source of information to help you save more money.

It is challenging to find details about their company on the website. A physical address, leadership description leaves potential customers wonder who they are getting their coupons and deals from.

The Bottom Line

Yipit.com is a unique and valuable deal site resource. Allowing your feed to be filled with city specific deals that match your pre-determined preferences from many of the top brands is a desirable experience for shoppers. We recommend using their service at this time.

Savings

Because of the specialization process that takes place when using their site, savings are available at much higher rates than compared to their competition. One can expect to save roughly over 50% on the majority of the deals that are seen.

Selection

There are a number of categories available on their website. Dining & Nightlife, Health & Beauty, Activities & Events, Fitness, Shop, Travel, and more.

Location

Because the deal shopping experience is more specialized than competing coupon sites, the location matters a great deal with Yipit. A list of location specific coupons are created for you once an account has been set up.

Email Alerts

No alert system is advertised on their website currently.

 

Contact Information

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    January 25th, 2016

    This company began emailing me about a week ago. No idea where they got my email from so clearly they bought a bunch of e-mails and are spamming.

    Tried unsubscribing but I doubt it worked.

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