Buyii Rounds Up Group Deal Offers From Multiple Sites

Group deal sites -- where a product or service is offered if a certain number of customers sign up -- have flooded the Australian market in the last year. Buyii rounds up all the deals in your city, saving you visiting multiple sites to seek bargains.

The site tracks more than 15 Australian group deal offerings, including several we've featured in the past (Cudo, Ouffer and JumpOnIt, for instance). There are city-specific listings for Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide, plus a general nationwide category.

The site's developers say the information is collated by hand rather than scraped, which should mean better accuracy and relevance but presumably might delay the appearance of deals. Once you click through to a deal, you end up on the originating site, though Buyii does frame this Facebook-style with a bar prominently displaying its own logo.

Group deal sites are a mixed blessing, and having so many offers in one place could have a damaging effect on your wallet. However, in productivity terms, not having to visit multiple sites is a good potential time saver.

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Comments

    Also try out dealdump.com.au

    All daily deal sites, group coupons and bargains in the one place :)

    Thanks for the feature Angus. Buyii is updated at 10am, noon and midnight. New deals are generally publishes within 30 minutes.

    As we update manually we can categorize the deals. So any user who joins the site can setup a personalized deal display based on their preferences. We find most users either love or hate the health and beauty deals :)

      Buyii is not working. I just tried to get onto it.

    I love these sites - especially the ones where I can just buy the mrs a coupon for a day spa. win win for lazy shoppers

    allthedeals.com.au offers a similar aggregator service, tracking both daily deals (e.g. Zazz & 1-Day) and Group Buy sites (Spreets & Cudo)

    Buyii is clearly the leading deal aggregator in AU - they do a great job.

    Manually adding the deals does indeed provide a better user experience.. hats off to Zhen.

    try dealget.com.au, it tracks more group buy sites and it has more function.

    For those who after restaurant deals and specials only, try http://restaurantdeasl.com.au

      Sorry.. the link above should be http://restaurantdeals.com.au

    You might also be interested in http://www.dealsunited.net/ featuring a growing list of deal sites from across Australia and New Zealand.

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