Everyone appreciates a good deal, but finding them means scouring the Internet, paging through newspaper circulars, rifling through sales racks, and other things that distract you from eating cheeseburgers. Or, have the bargains come to you, with DealWaiter.
Based smack in ATL, DW's a free service whose trusty bots perpetually scour the 'Webz to unearth the finest deals on crap you desire (electronics, homewares, musical instruments...), continually informing you of 20%-off-and-up bargains as they come into stock -- which, if you're looking for a hoverboard, will be 2015, so tighten up those power laces. To start, just punch in whatever you're hurtin' for, plus the email or Twitter address you want finds sent to, select how long you want searches to continue, and DW'll immediately commence hunting on sites like Amazon, FatWallet, ZeroDayDeals, and Slickdeals, repeat the searches every 15 minutes, and contact you instantly when stuff's at least 1/5 off; cause they ain't no spammers, you can cut off communication once you've found what you're looking for unless, of course, you're Bono. If you don't trust them with your precious Geocities email address, you can browse a list of current specials, plus peripherals relating to your search, like BlackBerry skin casings, batteries for your new watch, or talent for your musical instrument.
Recently found/purchased items include $50 savings on a PSP, a $42 six-pack of Gran Habano cigars for $19, and $40 off Big Agnes Elkhorn 3-Person Camping Tents; DW's also received cheeky requests for discounts on "girlfriends" and "the meaning of life", two essentials that basically boil down to cheeseburgers.