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{March 24, 2013}   Spotlight Sunday for March 24th, 2013:Tanga


Welcome to my Spotlight Sunday! Every Sunday I put someONE or someTHING I love IN the Spotlight!

Anyone is welcome to use the idea on their own blog and spotlight whoever or whatever THEY choose, but if you do, please use my lovely graphic that my friend made somewhere in your post to show that the idea came from here! And I would love it if you left the link in my comments, so I could go check out what YOU spotlighted!

Today I am spotlighting a site called Tanga, which MIGHT sound like it has something to do with Manga(type of comics) but it doesn’t. It’s actually a very cool deals site where you can shop! They always have Daily Deals, which can be sent to you by e-mail as well as special sales going on all the time. They have a decent sized inventory but it’s not huge and it’s constantly changing all the time. The items are usually high quality but for a lot cheaper. I have purchased from them twice in the past, once for a Rolling Stones magazine subscription, a year for $3.99! and the second time was for a shirt for my husband(with shipping, I believe it was about $9). My husband loves his shirt! I’m not for sure on the exact wording, but it basically says to only trust guys who like big butts…cause they can not lie.

Their site has a different contest every month and this month’s is for a brand new RCA 42″ LED HDTV! Enter here for your chance to win. It’s really easy to sign up! One thing I REALLY love about this site is that they’re a small company of 15 people who really care and will help you out. While you’re on Tanga checking them out, you may also want to check out the two other sites that are apart of their family!

LOLShirts is pretty much what it sounds like! A site full of t-shirts that make you laugh or smile. Currently on sale for $7.99 is a shirt that states, “Dear Algebra, stop asking us to find your x. She’s not coming back.” This site carries plus sizes up to 5x and sizes above XL are just .99 more with $2 flat shipping per shirt. Just like Tanga, their inventory is also currently changing and when you enter the contest on one site, it enters you in the contest with all 3 of them!

Lastly, the third site partnered with Tanga is BelleChic. With a constantly changing inventory of handmade items from around the world at up to 75% off, you are sure to find something you love here! This site has boutiques that run for different amounts of times showcases different designers from all over. For people who are huge fans of Etsy but have tighter budgets, I recommend giving this site a look!

I hope at least one of these three family sites interests you and you choose to become a fan of them just like me! 🙂

I was introduced to Tanga through my last job and they definitely had some great deals . . . I keep forgetting to check them out though, so I should work on that!

I love Tanga! 🙂

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