Fit That Deal is a true start-up success story. Founded in London in 2018, our mission is to help users make the best buying decisions. Today, we are becoming one of the UK’s popular emerging price comparison platforms. Featuring thousands of offers and last-minute deals from some of the biggest high street brands in the UK and Europe.
As our daily page views rise, so does our fantastic loyal subscribers and our reputation with our partner brands. We treat all our members as one of the team, so when we get notified of the latest offers and giveaways. We let you know straight away with our VIP e-shot, so you don’t miss out.
Not only do we find the best deals for you at the click of a button. We’re also giving away some fantastic prizes in 2020, in our monthly VIP competitions. You can win anything from an iPad Mini, branded sportswear to a secret getaway trip.
Just another way of saying thank you to our fab followers and we appreciate you visiting and becoming part of the Fit That Deal team.
We value your opinion
Our product offers and voucher codes are sourced to meet what you maybe wanting to buy for the right price. We would always love to hear your feedback on your purchases or experiences with our partner brands. So, if you can pop back after purchase and leave a rating or comment that would be amazing. It helps us find the right “deal to fit you” and keeps our website trusted. So, we only showcase the brands you love and get the real insights from real customers.
Neutral and Transparency
Being neutral and transparent are among some of the most important values at Fit That Deal. Top & featured placement on our website is not for sale. Every retailer has the chance to be listed first simply by offering the lowest price. We check all partners to ensure that they are serious and meet all legal requirements. Our price comparison is completely free of charge for our customers who can obtain transparent and comprehensive information as well as competent advice, prior to making a purchase, without at any point feeling pressured into buying