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Online Shopping Sites with the Best Deals

  • Written by Anna Melnikova


The digital economy is shaping up to be a dominant force in our day and age, and it is clear that the future world economy is moving online. In our day and age, e-commerce has been a crucial driver of innovativeness and market growth. In the onset of Coronavirus, most economies have experienced prolonged disruption, and traditional enterprises that had not adapted to e-commerce bore the brunt of recession. 

However, small and medium enterprises with an enduring presence in the digital economy have enjoyed considerable windfall during the lockdown period. The competitive nature of e-commerce has diversified incentives offered to online buyers and ordinary users pursuing digital opportunities. New trends like the integration of digital currencies in online transactions have come in handy in making e-commerce opportunities accessible to a broader audience. Today, even the world’s most trusted online gaming operators let you play your favorite online casino games using cryptocurrencies.  

With many people embracing online shopping, there has been a rise in the number of e-commerce companies. Online shopping is convenient because anyone can shop from any corner of the world at the comfort of their home, facilitated by the elaborate shipping and delivery networks out there. Here is a list of the best online sites with incredible deals for their merchandise.

Amazon

Amazon is ranked as the world’s top e-commerce platform. It was started in 1994 as a simple online bookstore before they diversified to electronics and other trendy products. Today, Amazon records more than 2.5 million unique visits every month and has the largest revenue stream in the world. With this comes many incentives to its loyal customers.

eBay

eBay was founded in 1995. It started as a supplement for the PEZ collection and is now the world’s largest auction site. It records approximately 850 million unique visits every month and attracts buyers and sellers from all over the world due to its cost-effective deals.

Walmart

Walmart is an American company and has outlets all over the world. It offers electronics, home appliances, toys, accessories, crafts, groceries, among others. It is very user friendly and makes online shopping easy and fun. It records approximately 450 million unique visits every month.

Etsy

Etsy deals with craft and handmade items from talented artisans across the world. Products range from homemade soap to necklaces and caramel apples. It provides a lot of potential exposure to people who craft marketable items. It records approximately 450 million unique visits every month.

Google Shopping

With Google shopping, you can shop from multiple popular stores at once. You only type what product you are looking for, and Google gives you options from several stores. You can also filter the results by being more specific on the store, price, brand, and features.

Alibaba Group Holding

Alibaba group holding is a Chinese company and is ranked as the third-best e-commerce website in the world. It is more popular in Asia but attracts both buyers and sellers from across the world. There are over two million registered suppliers on this shopping site.

Newegg

Newegg was founded in 2000 and mostly deals with electronics and computer hardware such as mobile phones and laptops. They also offer educational software, antiviruses, programming, and web development. It has over three million products and is popular among tech people.

Target

Target is an online shopping platform popular in the USA where you can shop for clothes, electronics, and groceries. It was founded in 1902 and records approximately 214 million unique visits every month. The shopping process is easy, and shipment is free.

Zappos

Initially, Zappos dealt with shoes alone but graduated to all sorts of products. Their primary menu is well organized with women, kids, and men brands. They are well known for first-class customer service. To shop on Zappos, you can use their app or shop directly from their website.

Flipkart

Flipkart is more popular in India and Asia. It was initially launched as a bookstore before it started dealing with other products. Today they deal with products ranging from electronics, clothes, and accessories. For every product, they give a brief description and customer reviews to help shoppers get a clear understanding of what they are buying. This feature is what ranks it as one of the best shopping sites.

Taobao

Taobao is one of the largest shopping sites in China. It has over 800 million products listed and records an average of 450 million unique visits every month.

Tmall

Tmall was started in 2008 by the same founders of Taobao. It is also popular in China. It has over 200 million registered buyers and records approximately 151 million unique visits every month. It is managed by the Alibaba Group.

Wish

Wish is known for its extra-ordinary deals. Buyers might take longer to get their orders, but if you are looking for cheap products, the wait is worth it. Their products range from home décor, clothes, toys, to gadgets. They also have a section called Blitz buy where you spin a wheel to get discounts for your purchase.

The above websites are reliable and offer high-quality products. The next time you are shopping online, consider reviewing offers from some of these sites.

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