If you're a daily deal lover but the barrage of offers has turned the daily hunt into a daily grind, here's a quick fix.
Check out DealRadar.com, which specializes in simplifying the hunt for online daily deals.
It collects and categorizes the deals from more than 175 sites, then customizes a list for you. Among the sites are heavy hitters like Groupon and Living Social and more obscure sites such as Mobile Spinach.
DealRadar.com sends you one email a day listing all the daily deals in your area with links that take you directly to the deal sites. In other words, there's no middle man collecting your money or holding your credit card information.
If you'd like to further customize (or shorten) your list from Deal Radar, you can pick and choose from among 29 categories of deals.
So, for instance, if you're only interested in restaurant deals and could care less about sky diving or Brazilian waxing deals, you can choose to have only "food and drink" deals sent to your inbox.
If you would prefer not to have any email at all, you can also keep up with Deal Radar through its website, or through Twitter or Facebook.
My take on Deal Radar? Although I only signed up about a week ago, I'm loving the convenience of a single email. And so far, at least, it has only been a single email per day -- as advertised. I'm starting to unsubscribe from the individual deal sites, which is clearing the clutter from my inbox.
It has also rekindled my enthusiasm for daily deals, which, truthfully, had begun to wane because of the sheer volume of deals.
Have you used Deal Radar or a similar site? Tell me what you think.