Best New Mashups: Shopping Season

Wendell Santos, November 11th, 2011

8couponsThanksgiving is still two weeks away but it’s never too early to start thinking about the upcoming gift giving season. Luckily, ProgrammableWeb is here to help you do a little planning and even save a few dollars in the process. These mashups all make use of the 8coupons API along with other APIs to bring users the most up to date deals in their neighborhoods.

Loku – Loku is an application that displays local neighborhood maps and lets users explore what is happening nearby. It displays news stories and videos, events and deals. APIs used include: 8coupons, Google Maps. More at our Loku profile.

CityPockets Daily Deals – CityPockets is a service that aggregates all daily deals and coupons from various deal sites, such as LivingSocial, Yelp, DailyCandy, Groupon, and BuyWithMe. CityPockets also sends email reminders when a voucher is about to expire, and they also offer a marketplace where users can sell vouchers they can’t use. APIs used include: 8coupons, Groupon, Yelp. More at our CityPockets Daily Deals profile.

Topix – Topix includes deals and daily deals on their map portion of their page. All deals sourced by 8coupons. APIs used include: 8coupons. More at our Topix profile.

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December 7th, 2012
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Comment by: Best New Mashups: Shopping Mashups Using Amazon, Facebook and eBay

[...] The holiday season is in full swing and with that comes its dreaded kin, the holiday shopping season. Never fear, we’ve rounded up a number of mashups to help make your gift giving a little easier this year. These mashups allow users to create wish lists, offer gift recommendations and compare prices. If you want even more options, take a look at our shopping mashups from last year. [...]

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