Daily deal aggregators are like the virtual shopping malls of deep discounts. They pull in all the deals from your favorite sites and displays them in one convenient location or sends you just one email as opposed to the 20 or 30 you might get if you were to sign up to a bunch of individual daily deal sites.
Below is our “Big List” of daily deal and group buying aggregators that have made the pages of Daily Deal Media over the past several months along with why they initially made it to the DDM radar. This is only the tip of the iceberg when it comes to aggregators and if we’ve missed your site please let us know and we’ll be sure to add you to an updated list.
AllDealsHub.com.au: AllDealsHub lists deals from Australia’s most popular sites including LivingSocial, Spreets, Stardeals, Cudo, Scoopon, Zizzle, OurDeal and more. Developed by Ajinex, an Australian technology company, AllDealsHub will help consumers save time and money. The site filters the deals according to user interest and location and sends out an email that matches their personal preferences.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: AllDealsHub announced their launch at the end of this past May.
Buyii.com.au: Buyii was formed in Melbourne, Australia by Zhen Lim, who wanted to have all the deals listed on one page rather then navigate through several sites and mulitple email updates. Originally the concept was known as Clickdeals.com.au, however has since entered a partnership with a US and Asian startup. Buyii will continue to be rolled out to USA and Asia throughout this year.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: At the end of January, Buyii.com.au received an email from the NineMSN legal counsel to cease and desist syndicating Cudo.co.au daily deals on the Buyii website. Checking the site today, it looks like they have complied and no longer show deals from Cudo.
CoupoBox.com: Launched in October 2010, CoupoBox aggregates deals from various coupon sites such as Groupon, KGB Deals and many other daily deal pages. The site also allows users to choose which deals they want to see according to their preferences.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: This past May Coupobox was said to be the largest daily deals search engine in the UK, offering deals in 39 cities.
Dealery.com: Located in the Flatiron District in New York City, Dealery offers deals from Groupon, LivingSocial, BuyWithMe, Tippr, KGB Deals and many other sites with deals ranging from city tours to hair removal at discounted rates.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: In mid December of last year Dealery announced that it had expanded to 87 cities across the US and Canada.
DealGator.com: Boston-based DealGator launched in 21 cities across the US and Canada late last year. The site says that one of their best features is their integration with Yelp, providing customer reviews alongside each deal.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: DealGator launched in December 2010 claiming to be the first service that does more than just aggregate deals by providing users with tools that allow for advanced filtering of deals based on personal preferences and keeping track of coupons acquired from any deal site.
Dealhamper.com: DealHamper tracks local deals in over 50 cities from popular sites such as Groupon, LivingSocial, BuyWithMe, Tippr and TownHog.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: Dealhamper launched in January of this year to help consumers find all the best deals in one convenient location.
Dealize.com: Dealize scours all the daily deal websites each day and combines them into one simple list. So whether you’re looking for deals on restaurants, spas, or even sporting event or music concert deals, you’ll always find them on Dealize.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: In early May, we were told that Dealize was up for sale. According to a notice on the site, it’s still available.
D3ALS.org: D3ALS is available in Ireland (D3ALS.ie), the UK (D3ALS.co.uk) and U.S. (D3ALS.us) and agregates deals from sites such as LivingSocial, CityDeal (Groupon Ireland), MyCityDeal (Groupon UK) Deal Rush, DealOn, KGBdeals and more.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: D3ALS launched in Ireland in late May.
DealPage.ie: Ireland’s DealPage.ie provides an instant overview of the most interesting daily deals available on the Irish market, aggregating offers from sites like LivingSocial, Groupon’s Citydeal, Gruupy and CatchTheMonkey.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: DealPage.ie reported seeing 100,000 visitors in their first month of operation.
Dealshelve: Dealshelve is a Malaysia-based daily deals aggregator that aggregates daily deals from group buying sites in Malaysia and several other countries in the region and host them in one place.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: Dealshelve launched Dealshelve Contribute allowing users to sign up as contributors and maintain their own list of group buying sites. The site was also order by CEO of Groupon Singapore to stop aggregating Groupon deals on the site. To date, Dealshelve is still listing Groupon deals.
DealsMix: DealsMix is available in Australia and New Zealand, aggregating deals from some of the most popular daily deal sites available in those countries.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: Australian based DealsMix, announced their launch in New Zealand in mid March.
DealSurf: Headquartered in New York City, DealSurf also aggregates deals in a number of other countries including Australia, Canada, France, United Kingdom, Ireland and Poland.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: This past spring, amid growing concerns over daily deal sites offering deals on medical procedures, DealSurf listed a deal for Botox injections.
Monster Offers: Monster Offers is a publically-traded mobile banking solutions provider and Daily Deal aggregator. The Company is focused on providing easy-to-use solutions to un-met market needs in the Daily Deal industry.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: In mid November of last year Monster Offers announced that it entering daily deals space with the launch of its new multi-match search engine monsteroffers.com.
MyDealBag.com: MyDealBag was created to solve a simple problem of too many emails from too many daily deal sites. The site aggregates deals from Groupon, LivingSocial, TeamBuy, IndulgeLiving and more.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: In April MyDealBag upgraded their site to make it easier for their users to discover, filter and manage all their daily deals.
NationalCatch.com: NationalCatch says they “cut out the noise” from the deals marketplace and give the consumer a single one stop shop for all of their Daily Deal shopping and exploration.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: NationalCatch made the rather bold and arrogant statement that they pioneered daily deal aggregation and national deals. It’s highly doubtful they did either one.
PriceGrabber.com: Available nationwide in over 160 metro areas, PriceGrabber, a part of Experian, allows shoppers to filter deals based on their location and favorite categories including: Health and Beauty, Food and Dining, Hotel and Travel, Active Life and Fitness, and many more. Shoppers can also filter by price range or specific group buying site.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: In April PriceGrabber announced the launch of a new local category called Deals which aggregates thousands of daily deals from over 20 group buying sites including Groupon and Living Social.
SavePath.com: California-based SavePath says they want to offer consumers an easier way to find bargains that really interest them. The site aggregates deals from Groupon, LivingSocial, BuyWithMe, Social Buy, Dealfind and more.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: In April SavePath announced their launch in over 50 cities across the U.S.
Spreebird.com: Spreebird is a daily deals service created by Local.com Corp. Local.com operates one of the most widely used local search sites on the web, connecting over 20 million local consumers and local businesses every month.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: In May Local.com bought shopping aggregator Krillion for $3.5 million, and announced the launch of their new daily deal platformSpreebird.
The Dealmap: The Dealmap helps deal hunters track down and pinpoint local deals through the use of Google Maps. The site currently has over 2 million users across its branded website, mobile and social applications, and daily deals email products. This includes 1 million mobile users. The Dealmap also sees 85 million monthly visitors to The Dealmap’s DealExchange distribution network.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: In February The Dealmap surpassed 1.4 million users along with 47 million monthly visitors through their network of publishing partners offering deals totaling over $10 million in savings available on any given day.
Tuanyouhui.com: Tuanyouhui provides a group buying directory service to over a hundred cities across China, and features offers on dining, entertainment and a variety of goods and services.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: This past spring, Shanda Interactive, a Chinese online media provider, launched Tuanyouhui. The new site partnered with a number of China’s top group buying sites including Lashou, Meituan, Digutuan, as well as Beijing-based holding company Oak Pacific Interactive subsidiary Nuomi.
Yipit.com: Yipit tracks 591 active deal providers in 32 cities in North America including Groupon, LivingSocial, BuyWithMe, Tippr, Yelp and many more and recommends the best of the daily deals to users based on their preferences.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: Yipit co-founder Vinicius Vacanti told us about a North Carolina ethics subcommittee’s proposed opinion stating that it is not ethical for lawyers to offer services through Groupon.
Youpon!: Youpon! is said to be the largest daily deals aggregator in the world with local editions in Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, France, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Poland, Romania, Russia, Singapore, South Africa, Spain, Taiwan, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States and Vietnam.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: Japanese-based startup Youpon! just recently launched an international daily deals aggregator that will span 30 countries in 20 different languages.
Xferral.com: Xferral offers local and national deals for more than 100 U.S. cities from sites like Groupon, LivingSocial, KGB Deals, Home Run, BuyWithMe, Tippr, Zozi, Eversave, and more. The site also offers a coupon resale service.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: Xferral announced their launch in mid February offering merchants a program that doesn’t charge a commission.
123deal.fr: French site 123deal aggregates both national and local deals with plans to expand abroad. The site is a service of PagesJaunes Groupe.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar:Early this year Pages Jaunes Groupe or Yellow Pages Group purchased top-deals.fr for an undisclosed amount. The company immediately renamed their new acquisition 123deal to match up with their people search engine 123people.
24daydeals.com: Everyday 24daydeals.com features 24 of the best deals on the web. Unlike most aggregators that offer deals from sites like Groupon and LivingSocial, these deals come from well know retailers like Sears, Geeks.com, Dell and Target.
Why the Site was Picked Up on DDM’s Radar: 24daydeals.com is a unique site that doesn’t offer deals for restaurants, spas or entertainment venues but for real tangible goods that you can take home and enjoy for a long time, like electronics, household items and clothing. Plus the deals are national so there’s no driving or waiting in line. Just place your order and wait for your stuff to arrive.