8 Twitter Accounts to Follow to Save Money on Almost Anything
Did you know you can save money just by being on Twitter?
You don’t have to scour store ads, give your email address out to online retailers or make any pre-purchases to access the deals.
If you’re following the right Twitter accounts, the deals will come to you.
8 Twitter Accounts for Online Shopping Deals
These accounts share dozens of deals each day from major retailers so you can save money on electronics, sneakers, cooking utensils, bedding, airfare and so much more.
1. Fat Kid Deals
@FatKidDeals is one of Twitter’s best accounts for saving money.
It shares a staggering number of daily sales and discounted items from Amazon.
You can save on almost anything you can think of — office furniture, gaming consoles, toothpaste, cookware sets and more.
@SlickDeals considers itself “the largest and most trusted deal-sharing community on the web” — and for good reason.
This Twitter account has been around since 2007 and has over 227,000 followers. If you’re shopping for electronics, tools, beauty supplies and more, check here first.
This account often shares deals from Amazon, Walmart and other major retailers.
3. Kicks Deals
If you’re looking to buy a new pair of sneakers, browse @KicksDeals to shave money off your purchase.
This account shares deals from several footwear brands including Nike, Adidas and Asics.
If you’re in Canada or the U.K., you can also follow @KicksDealsCA or @KicksDealsEU for location-specific deals. These accounts feature free shipping deals, too.
4. Deals Plus
Score discounts as high as 80% off retail prices from @DealsPlus.
This account shares deals and coupon codes from a ton of retailers, such as Best Buy, Bath & Body Works, Coach, New York and Company and more.
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5. Kinja Deals
The commerce team from G/O Media’s The Inventory curates @KinjaDeals, promoting deals its readers will find useful on a variety of products, including electronics and clothing, from major retailers like Amazon.
Links shared on Twitter will take you to articles on The Inventory, which tell you how to score the deal.
6. Wirecutter Deals
Save more on gadgets and gear by checking out @WirecutterDeals.
The listings are hand picked by The New York Times’ Wirecutter team, and multiple deals are posted each hour.
@RetailMeNot gives you the scoop on how you can save money at your favorite stores.
You can find store-wide deals or coupons or cashback offers on individual products. This account also shares product roundups, like the best vacuums or jeans at affordable prices.
8. The Flight Deal
Dreaming about jet setting to a distant locale? Check out the airfare deals posted by @TheFlightDeal first.
This Twitter account highlights great sales on flights from major U.S. airports. It also shares important details, like whether carry-on luggage and seat selection are included. Multiple deals are posted each day.
Garfield N. Hylton is a former contributor for The Penny Hoarder. Senior writer Nicole Dow contributed to this article.