As you may have picked up on with my Black Friday article, I am definitely a fan of pursuing great deals, especially when it comes to electronics. When you think of deal sites and communities, Slick Deals and Fat Wallet probably come to mind first - and rightfully so with Slick Deals having over 140,000 members by itself. Dealighted.com is a relatively new service that aids the deal hunter by aggregating all of the deals in one central location.
Dealighted combines the hot deals, Black Friday and free stuff sections from Anandtech, Slick Deals, Fat Wallet and Gottadeal. It is updated frequently to keep up with the breakneck speed that deals emerge on these sites. Dealighted's features are rather simplistic in nature - you can sign up for an account that allows you to adjust what deal sites are used as sources as well as slightly alter the format the deals are displayed (only hot threads, only new deals, forum style). Having an account also lets you save deals so you can quickly come back to them later on.
Things that could use some work
Actually, since I would really like to see this feature implemented here are some code snippets for the dealighted.com developers to take a look at. However, I am not sure how much of that is possible since several of the deals originate from forum threads and I don't know how much detail you can get from a forum's RSS feed.
Disclaimer: I was paid enough money to buy 500 packages (at the going rate of 25 cents each) of ramen noodles for this review.