18 Top Daily Deal (Group Buying) Sites

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With growing expenses, it’s almost always difficult to get what you want without going broke! At times like these, it’s the group buying deals and daily deals that come to our rescue. Here are the top websites that offer amazing deals that you can make do with, here goes:

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1. Groupon

They are the leaders in the field, for their shear creativity and easy to use format and awesome deals. They give out the best offers and don’t charge any Fee till the deal is through. These have most certainly led to the success of the site. Many of the player in the market are known to have copied their entire style and theme. However, with a great referral plan which can lead to earning more than $10 quite easily, Group continues to rule. Their main market is US. The other sites includes Groupon UK, Groupon Canada, Groupon Australia and Groupon India

2. Google offers

Subscribing to updates, can keep you informed about the best deals on the block. Google offers are open to all and its free of cost. The focus is on United states as of now. The site offers city specific deals with a timer that indicates the time left for you to make the purchase.

3. Livingsocial

Living Social is almost as good as GroupOn they offers deals over hotels, spas, products, electronics and many other things. They have coupons and referral schemes. For a certain number of people buying through your reference, can lead you to getting your deal absolutely Free. Works for those who are quite social! Also, the site is attractive and very comfortable to use.

4. eBay Deals

Leader in online shopping, the site has offers made every day in the ‘daily deals’ section. Deals.ebay.com gives discounted products and highlights the most popular sales of the day. The deals can go up to 90% off on products.

5. Woot

Woot highlights one deal a day and their bids are definite steals. Very urban in their approach, the site has been picked up by amazon and still leads on daily deal market share as an “independent subsidiary”. They do not offer ‘amazon discounts’ as mentioned on their FAQ page. Also, you can’t expect much customer care and support at Woot; you’ll have to get in touch with the manufacturer.

6. Amazon Local

Amazon.com – the leaders in online retail, have separate sections for their own daily deals called Amazon Local and offers Groupon type local daily deals and group buying discounts.

7. Target Daily Deals

The tag line clearly states that the deals last only one day and the timer on the side shows how soon the deal ends. The top most deal is featured on the page for everyone to view. Along with the deals, they also offer discounts and coupons.

8. Slick Deals

Slick deals has been up and running since 1999. They have a dynamic page with active users and buyers. The site credits success to beign user centric and offering good online shopping experience.

9. 1SaleDay

1SaleA Day – Their name says it all. They put up a deal and once the product is sold, they replace it. Broadly speaking, the company deals in 5 categories jewelry, general, wireless, watch and Family; once a deal is through, you cannot view the product.

10. No More Rack

Deals on the site go live at 12pm every day, EST and the site looks pretty much like a rack itself. Offers are lined up in vertical and horizontal rows and only the deals are seen on the homepage. The focus in website design works for conversions!

11. KGBDeals.com

They offer national deals. A list of active deals is shown on the site with easy navigation to the one you wish to buy. You can simply click buy and purchase.

12. Tippr

TIPPR has exclusive deals for you every day. They promote themselves as the daily – deal website and live up to the expectation. The site have a minimalistic design that works for usability and appeal. Discounts may go up to even 90%

13. Yipit

Access is free, but requires registration. Once you register with your e-mail id, you are open to a lot of options and deals. Yipit ranks well on popularity.

14. SnapDeal

Established in February 2010 and Headquartered in New Delhi, India, SnapDeal is india’s leading daily deal site offering daily deals on Restaurants, clothing, fashion accessories, mobiles, consumer electronics, beauty and health products, books and home related products.

15. EverSave

The website keeps in touch with its users giving even up to 50% off on deals. They are popular through their daily e-mails which focus on suggesting the best place to eat, buy, and see and things to do. They have a good hold on the local – discounts zone including all kinds of user interests like SPAs, hotels, restaurants, products, and other local services. They also have travel deals.

16. Deals and You

Part of the Group Buying Global AG, Deals and You is another india based daily deal company offering daily deals on health related products, restaurants, travel, mobile, consumer electronics, toys and games and lot more. They offer daily deal sites in many countries, their australian daily deal site is spreets.com.au.

17. WowCher

Wowcher is a UK based daily deal website and offers daily deals on restaurants, concerts, events, travels, spas, saloons etc. in UK.

18. sCoopon

sCoopon is an australia based company established in April 2010 and offers local deals in various australian cities as well as national deals and various travel deals.

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