Toronto-based DealFind's newest city on its roster is Oakville.
"Dealfind facilitates a mutually beneficial relationship between merchants and customers by giving the former a chance to get more traffic through their doors and the latter a chance to get a significant discount on high-quality, local products and services," said Dealfind President Gary Lipovetsky.
Dealfind has already saved consumers across Canada more than $279,505,057 and sold more than 1,236,058 vouchers for its varied merchants.
"Many small businesses don't have the resources to produce a television commercial and pay to have it advertised on a TV network or to place a recurring ad in a newspaper," Gary said. "Dealfind allows them to have great exposure to their target markets with no upfront investment and pay only if the new customers come in — it's a win-win proposition to both customers and merchants. We know the future of our business is linked to our reputation among merchants and consumers, so we go the extra mile — even if it means taking a loss — to make sure everyone who does business with us walks away satisfied."
Other new markets in Canada include Saskatoon, Regina, Sudbury, Abbotsford, Kelowna, Quebec City and St. John's. Dealfind is the largest Canadian-owned group buying website in North America.