Attention all deal-lovin' Chicago mamas!


If you are a Chicago-area mom who loves saving money on ALL OF THE STUFF you buy for your kids and family, then I have great news for you. There is a new mom-centric, daily deal site in town called mamaloot

Mamaloot generally operates like the other big daily deal sites in town (like Groupon, You Swoop, etc.). You subscribe to the mamaloot email list and receive emails offering discounted deals from family-friendly business. If the deal interests you, go for it! If the deal doesn’t ring your bell, click delete and move on with your day. That’s all there is to it. And you can unsubscribe at any time if you find that these deals aren’t for you.

The big difference between mamaloot and the other daily deal sites is
that they are going to offer you deals for things that moms actually
buy. I don’t know about you, but I’m not really in the market for
tickets to sketch comedy shows or go cart racing (no offense to those of you who go crazy for discounted go cart racing).

To start, mamaloot will be featuring businesses from Chicago
and the
surrounding suburbs but will soon showcase a variety of mom and kid
centric internet services and retailers as well. The site officially gets going today with its first deal — 50% off a session with a local family

 I love this business concept because it is totally mom-driven and mom-focused (and these are Chicago moms
so that makes it even better). Lindsay Cohen, Co-Founding Mama of
mamaloot says, “We cater exclusively to moms in everything that we do. 
Our deals, our
writing, the way we partner with local businesses all exude a mother’s
touch. We are excited about bringing new customers to local businesses
and educating moms about appealing products and services in their

So how do you get in on these deals, head over to and add your email address to the list. And let the deals begin!

Disclosure: Mamaloot is a sponsor over at my personal blog, A Hen and Two (now Three) Chicks. That basically means that I am working (yes, money is being exchanged) with mamaloot to spread the word about the launch.


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  • Why do all these sites assume that only moms are the ones interested in these types of deals?

  • In reply to 1god:

    I hear you, Mark.

    I too, wish for a world where more dads signed kids up for activities, participated in the day-to-day details, etc.

    I hope you don't let the moniker stop you from signing up. I think you'll find a deal or two that you and your kiddos will really like.

  • In reply to 1god:

    Such a fun idea for a website. can't wait to get some of the deals.

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