The world’s superstore, with top-notch product reviews and recommendations.
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You can find (and buy) anything at craigslist, from a cheap couch to a used skateboard to a new job. You might even find friends.
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The eBay economy is still thriving, with auctions and bidding and selling in a frenzy, for everything from collectibles to cars.
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At Threadless, creative types submit t-shirt designs, you vote on them, and Threadless prints the best.
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Etsy is the antithesis of mass-produced junk. With Etsy, you’ll find original, handmade goods for your purchasing pleasure.
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When you’re buying or selling a car, you don’t want to drive past Cars.com; you should stop and idle here.
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You create, you buy. At CafePress, you can create your own store and sell shirts, mugs, or whatever (or buy them).
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A comprehensive and trustworthy source of product reviews, covering everything from SUVs to flat-screen TVs, from washing machines to mattresses.
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Looking for a deal? Then Groupon’s got plenty for you.
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Sharing is good, especially when you’re trying to help fellow consumers. That’s the idea behind Epinions.com, a spot awash in reviews of every product and service imaginable.