I haven't checked these out for myself, but give them a try and let us know what you think.
Alice.com; att this site you can buy directly from the manufacturers for less. Discounts can be great if you use the clickable coupons. This site makes it fun to update your shopping list and reminds you when it's time to reorder. Shipping is free when you buy at least six months in advance.
CouponWinner.com; this site has coupons and promotional codes from over 7,000 retailers. Also check out it's new sister site PromotionalCodes.com
Covet;covet acts as a personal shopper, helping you find your style based on your responses to a series of fashipn photos
IMshopping;ask a shopping question and get an answer from a real, live human.
Like.com; Best for finding exactly what you are looking for. If you are looking for something specific-this site can help you track it down. Shop by color, style, material or detail. You can use your mouse to draw a box around a detail you like on an item and the search engine will bring you more items with the details
Nethaggler;Best for bargain shopping. Download a web tool called a hagglet and you can save in one of three ways"tag" an item and wait for a price drop, "nag" a merchant for a better price, or "haggie" as a group for bargain deals. The tool pops up when you go to the web sites of national retailers that participate, including macy's and Delias. It takes some time to set up; but once you do, it's easy to use.
PricesAndCoupons.com;Pricesandcoupons shows you prices after coupon-code discounts when they're available. It also includes chipping charges.
Savings.com;Best for trolling for bargains. Fans post coupon codes and vote on them, bumping good ones to the top of the list,make sure you check out the deal of the week for greater savings.
UWantSavings; Best for closeout deals. It's like a giant on line fleamarket that sells stuff for 80% off.