Deal ideas for Back to School 2010 with Savings.com

This year families will spend $600 on preparing for the back to school season according to a recent survey released by the National Retail Foundation. With so much spending going on, the need to find deals is huge, which is where deal and coupon sites come into play, but if you don't want to spend time looking at generic deals that may or may not apply to what your child wants, you need to look at the new "Get Advice" section of Savings.com.

The Savings.com Q & A section, which bills itself as a place to "Ask, Answer & Save" on what Loren Bendele CEO of Savings.com described in a phone interview with WalletPop as a "deal-specific answer product." This deal-specific question and answer tool makes it easy to ask the community of Savings.com users and Savings.com deal experts for advice on buying specific back to school products.