The Death of Daily Deals Online

Death of Daily Deals Infographic

With thanks to CreditScore.net

1 thought on “The Death of Daily Deals Online”

  1. I can see why these sites are struggling which seems a bit of a paradox in a recession. I also got ripped off by a local NetMyDeal purchase for a Memory card, which didn’t inspire confidence either. Having said that, I did buy some very good deals from Groupon last year for meals out and a couple of hotel stays. Maybe the downturn is also due to people hanging onto their money – just in case!

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