Consumers Can Now Purchase Vouchers To Spend At Local Business for 33% of Face Value
08/11/2009

Consumer advocate and national advertising group Cheap Local Deals now allows consumers to purchase vouchers to spend at local businesses at 33 percent of face value. The recession-friendly local deals are a welcome solution for customers looking for a reprieve.

Online PR News – 11-August-2009 – – CHESAPEAKE, VA - As part of a nationwide program, Cheap local deals now offers a variety of gift certificate vouchers designed to help consumers cut costs on expenses ranging from auto repairs to haircuts.

The vouchers can be purchased online for about 33% of the face value consumers would spend in the store. Using Cheap Local Deals, a $10 gift certificate to spend at a local retailer costs consumers just $3. A $25 certificate costs $9.

The website is free to use. Consumers need only enter their zip code to find participating retailers.

While the service may seem 'too good to be true,' the coupon deals solution makes smart economic sense for retailers. Cheap Local Deals is able to offer genuine local deals to consumers in exchange for very low cost national and local advertising for businesses. The result is local deals far below published coupon values and other offers.

"With these vouchers, everything from haircuts to auto repairs to restaurant dining is more affordable for the average consumer. Now more than ever, people need deals that make sense," says Mike Cynar, founder of Cheap Local Deals.

Based out of Virginia, Cheap Local Deals has exploded in popularity in the region. The company is now aggressively expanding its reach throughout the country.

"The current economic climate has necessitated the tightening of purse strings across the nation and consumers are on the lookout for new and innovative products and services to help them through the recession. Our goal is to supply consumers with a variety of cheap deals to help cope with increasing expenses and decreasing incomes," says Cynar.

Vouchers can be purchased online through Cheap Local Deals via credit card or PayPal. Consumers pay a fraction of the face value of the certificate and enjoy savings on things they planned to do anyway -- saving hundreds of dollars at hotels, supermarkets, restaurants, auto service stations and many other local businesses.

"The recession is forcing all of us to cut back on our expenses and consumers appreciate good deals during such tough times. By offering them local business deals that will help them save money in the long run, we are helping consumers enjoy huge savings during the recession," concludes Cynar.

About Cheap Local Deals:
Cheap Local Deals is a national advertising group dedicated to creating economically feasible solutions for consumers and retailers.

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