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Topic # 113553 20-Jan-2013 12:16
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Just wondering what daily deal websites everybody use.

I go to Mighty Ape + 1day and have bought a wee bit from both of them.

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  Reply # 747739 20-Jan-2013 12:21
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  Reply # 747740 20-Jan-2013 12:27
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I don't consider MightyApe a daily deal site but more as a local Amazon kind of site.

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  Reply # 747788 20-Jan-2013 14:19
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I sometimes go to http://dealshrimp.co.nz/

It lists deals from multiple websites.

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  Reply # 747802 20-Jan-2013 14:54
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I'm more of a two for one restaurant coupon kind of guy, and in Dunedin there only seems to be GrabOne and Treatme that offer those types of deals, 

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  Reply # 747815 20-Jan-2013 15:03
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macuser: I'm more of a two for one restaurant coupon kind of guy, and in Dunedin there only seems to be GrabOne and Treatme that offer those types of deals, 


There's also the Lone Star Grab a meal site - http://www.lonestargrabameal.co.nz/

Dunedin deals usually go pretty fast.

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  Reply # 747821 20-Jan-2013 15:25
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I have found that a lot now just sell rubbishy stuff brought in especially to sell on the deal website, so don't bother these days. The good ones used to sell top branded stuff that was discounted in price, but you don't see much of that stock thse days. You can get pretty good deals in stores these days.

My issue with some sites is that they appear like they could be NZ operated websites, with a .nz website and a NZ based website, but they can be all run from offshore, hence not paying GST or having to abide by NZ consumer laws, which means they can undercut NZ stores, both online and physical.

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  Reply # 748294 21-Jan-2013 16:48
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macuser: I'm more of a two for one restaurant coupon kind of guy, and in Dunedin there only seems to be GrabOne and Treatme that offer those types of deals, 


If you don't already have one, grab an entertainment book next time they renew them (think it's around june) If you head out a bit they pay for them self in no time. 

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  Reply # 748347 21-Jan-2013 18:22
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Trunks2: I sometimes go to http://dealshrimp.co.nz/

It lists deals from multiple websites.


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