You’ve seen the ads around — Brad’s Deals. If you’re a Business Insider subscriber, you’ve seen it in your daily email. Brad’s Deals — a perfectly simple, memorable name, even if you don’t know who this Brad guy is, or if he even exists. The Internet is full of sites and apps offering discounts and deals: if you look hard enough it seems you can squeeze your wish list until you practically pay wholesale for your deepest consumer desire.
Brad’s Deals does a lot of the work for you. It’s deal curation, a one-stop shop– as site that delivers prices that make you read twice — because they seem to be from another era. (Except that you’re looking at them online.) Typical coupons at Brad’s Deals run from the services sector to fashion to wine to laundry detergent. How about paying just $4 for a basic Angie’s List membership, or 40% off Nutrisystem meals, or $25 for Under Armour hoodies? The Brad’s Deals coupons even extend to major retailers like Kohl’s, Target, and Macy’s. You deal directly with the retailer using a Brad’s promo code to secure the discount. It’s free to use — and you can login in with your Facebook ID, if you don’t want to sign up to get the (many) emails.