DealFind Had a Huge $375,000 Tablet Group Deal in 2011

Posted by Dan Verhaeghe

Albert S. Bitton of Group Buying in Canada said at the Dx3 Canada Conference last week there were some massive group deals in Canada in 2011, most notably DealFind's $375,000 Tablet Group Deal, as well as some from TeamBuy and WagJag.

• WagJag pulled in $229,000 for an Afternoon Tea at the Windsor Arms Hotel in Toronto. 

• TeamBuy pulled in $209,000 for the exact same thing. 

• WagJag pulled in $196,000 for a GoodLife Fitness deal.

• DealFind pulled in $129,000 for a pillow deal.

Just goes to show that if you offer the right product at the right time, a huge amount of money can be earned, even in Canada.

 

Company:
WagJag.com
Website:
http://www.wagjag.com
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Online group buying platform that features exceptional daily deals on fun things to do and places to eat in cities across Canada. more

Company:
Dealfind
Website:
http://www.dealfind.com
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Dealfind is a branch of MenuPalace.com which started in 1999. Since May, 2010 this online group buying website has sold over 750,000 vouchers, and has saved consumers over $112,000,000. The 72nd most visited site in Canada, the company is also listed as the 626th most visited site in the United States* and the 2,734th most visited site in the world*. Dealfind employs 130 staff and can credit its growing success to... more

Company:
TeamBuy.ca
Website:
http://www.teambuy.ca
Location:
Toronto, Ontario, Canada

TeamBuy.ca is a Canadian-based team-buying website that launched in Toronto in October 2009. The site secures impressive savings by using team-buying power, giving users the benefit of buying in bulk without actually having to. Each feature depends on a minimum number of buyers signing up; if the Buy is successful, a Team Ticket is sent via email within 24 hours to those who purchased. If the target number of... more


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Dan Verhaeghe focuses on marketing, mobile, major technology players, entertainment, and new media. Dan has a dozen years of online experience that dates back to the turn of the millennium where he dominated a now non-existent online RPG game for a couple of years at the age of 15. He would eventually become a Toronto Blue Jays blogger who earned his way into Toronto's CP24 studios six years... more



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