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Local Online Daily Deal Aggregators — Save Time and Money

Updated on March 7, 2011

Simplify Your Life With Daily Deal Aggregators

If you are like me, you want to be able to jump on any amazing deal offered by Groupon or LivingSocial or Zulily or any one of the dozens of other daily deal clone companies out there, but you don't want your email inbox stuffed with two dozen deal emails every morning.

Good news: While some companies are becoming Groupon copycats and starting new daily deals, others are becoming aggregators of all the daily deals out there on the web. They find all the deals in your area and bring them to you in a single email or on a single site. You can even personalize some of these aggregators, so they only offer you deals that you are likely to buy. For example, if you are a mom, you can specify that you are only interested in local restaurants, fitness classes and children's clothes, and that will spare you from being spammed with tons of offers that aren't right for you.

Here's a list of sites that aggregate daily deals. They do the work for you so you don't have to sift through tons and tons of emails every day. Some only are active in certain markets, and some are blocked by the deal sites themselves. Turns out LivingSocial only wants people to be able to get a LivingSocial deal through LivingSocial. For now, though, try an aggregator and simplify your shopping:

  • CitySearch has a new mobile app for smart phones that organizes your best local deals based on your location and lifestyle.
  • Yahoo Local
  • Dealery
  • Deal Collector (a daily deal aggregator in the U.K.)
  • Daily Deal Pool
  • ShopWay
  • Dealgator
  • Dailydibs
  • Urban Spoils
  • DealSucker
  • Deal Radar
  • Daily Deal Zone
  • DealHamper
  • Signpost
  • DealRod
  • Monster Offers


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      Paul 6 years ago

      I preferably like for Canada but it has US and UK as well.

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      azure0434 6 years ago

      LivingSocial is now becoming the second largest group buying website on the Internet.

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      s.carver 6 years ago from San Francisco

      Indeed, I imagine that so long as Groupon's and other deals are available on aggregators, everyone will simply use the aggregators. More efficient!

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      josca 6 years ago

      Surely its the aggregators that everyone will end up being subscribed to? is my choice of the ones in Aust.

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      Deals Switzerland 7 years ago

      Excellent post, very use- and helpful. Obviously the number of aggregators focusing on local deals is increasing with the number of group shopping sites. For Switzerland for example check out