The U.K. Daily Deal Industry At a Glance [Infographic]

by Jodi Jae 14. June 2012 16:12

The popularity of daily deals continues to rise. Russia’s daily deal market is at the peak of popularity, one in six U.S. shoppers buys a daily deal voucher and the Canadian daily deal market has been boasting growth for over one year. While daily deals are still relatively new in the United Kingdom, it’s estimated that 65% of residents in the U.K. buy into daily deals on a regular basis.

Ready for some more good news? The Global Daily Deal Association (GDDA) has just finished first quarter research and come up with an infographic that illustrates the size of the U.K. daily deal industry.

Stavros Prodromou, the director of the GDDA, had this to say: “The daily deal industry may be relatively new, but it has proved to be hugely lucrative for those businesses that get it right. Our challenge now is to make it sustainable, and we can do that by ensuring the model works for both consumers and merchants.”

The new GDDA research shows that in the first quarter of this year, the U.K.'s top deal sites sold a total of 3.8 million vouchers and coupons and took in approximately $288 million. Consumers are also estimated to have saved $131 million by actively shopping daily deals.



Daily Deals and Coupon Usage On the Rise

by Jodi Jae 26. April 2012 06:06

The coupon has been around since the late 1800s when Atlanta businessman Asa Candler handwrote paper tickets offering free glasses of the newly developed Coca Cola to consumers. My, how far we’ve come!

Today, coupons are not only found in newspapers, but also online and even on your cell phone. And according to an infographic from, daily deals have had a significant impact on the way bargain hunters shop.

A few interesting findings:

· ✔The first-ever daily deal was a half-price pizza in Chicago from Groupon.

· ✔Internet coupon usage is up 263%.

· ✔26% of shoppers use coupons and daily deal vouchers on food and drink.

· ✔Daily deal revenue is expected to hit $3.9 billion by 2015.

· ✔76% of shoppers think they save the most by using both coupons and daily deal sites.

How do your shopping habits compare?


Online Deal Seeking and Couponing



What the Daily Deals Market Looks Like in 2012

by Jodi Jae 17. April 2012 11:00

The Daily Deal Summit kicked off this week in NYC. As an introduction to their panel talk today, SaveLocal of Constant Contact has released this infographic which highlights the goings-on of the 2012 daily deals market. The statistical analysis and reasoning behind these compelling figures will be explained in detail at a panel this afternoon.



One in Six U.S. Shoppers Using Daily Deal Sites (Infographic)

by Jodi Jae 29. March 2012 09:33

According to, a website that links consumers to discount deals, shoppers in the U.S. have embraced frugality in a big way. While many Americans were forced to live a more frugal lifestyle during the 2008 downturn, consumers have continued to hold on to the money saving habits they adopted four years ago, despite a recent upswing in the economy.’s research show that consumers are clipping coupons, buying generic goods, cutting their gas expenses and saving money by daily deal shopping.

Among the findings of

· ✔ Consumers now have access to 30,000 deals from more than 650 daily deal websites.

· ✔ One in six residents of the United States participates in daily deal shopping.

· ✔ Americans are taking on half as much debt as they did in 2005.

“Frugal is the new black,” says Check out their newly released infographic that lays out all the facts visually.

Frugality is the New Black

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A Visual Look At the History of Daily Deals [Infographic]

by Jodi Jae 15. March 2012 08:33

Daily deals are still relatively new, at least as far as the internet is concerned. Though flash sales websites have been aroundsince 2001, daily deal websites weren’t introduced to the masses until the late 2000s. has put together this fascinating infographic which shows the evolution of group buying and daily deal websites.

Daily Deals History Infographic


Daily Deals | Infographics

Saving Money Is Back In Style (Infographic)

by Jodi Jae 23. February 2012 04:32

Asa Candler of Coca Cola was the first to hand out coupons to potential customers in 1888. Ever since, thrifty shoppers around the world have collected and clipped coupons and printed daily deal vouchers in effort to keep spending to a minimum and maximize their paychecks. But even though there are a record number of coupons, daily deals and money saving buys available, we’re just not taking advantage of all that’s out there. recently shared this infographic with us, which displays clearly the More...



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