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Daily Deal Sites / Group buying sites in China

A list of all known daily deal sites, group buying sites and daily deal aggregators in China. Unfortunately due to the ever changing daily deal landscape in China we do not track daily deal sites in this country. As of early 2013 there were still more than 2500 daily deal sites in operation - almost more than the rest of the world combined.

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JigoCity - China

Daily Deal Site's Main Office

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Launch date
2010

Dead - This daily deal site in China has shut down.


JigoCity in China aims to give you a smarter way to see your city by offering you discounts on the best restaurants, bars, spas, theatres and events in your area. We work with our business partners to bring you one fantastic deal each day — discounted up to 91% off the regular price. Our deals come from businesses we believe in, businesses we frequent ourselves, with savings that allow you to see more in your city for less.

 
 
Wufantuan

Daily Deal Site's Main Office

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Launch date
2010

We are the group buying website that offers up the most premium deals across China. With offices around China, and regional headquarters in Shanghai, Beijing, and Shenzhen, we are all about delivering you the best deal you can find in your city.

We don't aim to be the cheapest group buying website in China, but rather we want to introduce you to restaurants, spas, movie theaters, ktvs, travel, and other entertainment activities that are affordable, fun, and deliver a premium experience. Where other websites bring you cheap deals, we bring you amazing experiences at an affordable price; because we want you to have the most awesome experience possible!

 
 
 
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Daily Deals in China - News

  • Chinese Make-Up Daily Deals Site expecting $100 Million in Profit for 2013
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    Chinese Make-Up Daily Deals Site expecting $100 Million in Profit for 2013

    Chinese consumers of daily deals are no different to their western counterparts, so if you asked 1000 Chinese people where they buy online deals for discounted restaurant meals, then you could expect a wide range of different answers; however if you were to ask the same number of Chinese women where they get daily deals on make-up, - most of them would most likely mention Jumei.com as one of their sources.

    The reason is that Jumei has shown the value in specialization in China’s ultra cut-throat daily deals market, focusing solely on well-known brands of make-up and skincare products.

    Jumei’s CEO is Chen Ou and at the age of 29 was recently listed amount the top 15 web entrepreneurs in China under the age of 30. Chen recently told Chinese media that Jumei pulled in RMB 2.5 billion (US$400 million) in sales  in 2012 as a whole, and that the deals site has just started to turn a profit.

    This is good news for the daily deal industry and very rare in the current deals business.

    Written on Tuesday, 12 March 2013 12:09 in Daily Deals Be the first to comment! Read 958 times Read more...
  • Baidu - the search giant in China - quietly launches Daily Deal Site
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    Baidu - the search giant in China - quietly launches Daily Deal Site

    After the negative press around Livingsocial and Groupon in the past few days in the USA it is a welcome change to write about an new daily deal site being launched by a very prominent player, albeit in China.

    This week Baidu, China’s top search engine, launched their new service quietly and appears to be testing the market in Beijing. It can be found at t.baidu.com. This new site actually offers daily deals unlike its existing sister site at tuan.baidu.com, offering services as a daily deal aggregator.

    The new Baidu 'Group Buying‘ site currently only offers daily deals in Beijing with only 10 live deals today and seems to be a beta release. The emphasis appears to be on food and beverages, beauty, leisure, hotels and travel and lifestyle services. Baidu is known for being somewhat careful when launching new services before committing to a full blown launch. 

    Written on Thursday, 28 February 2013 10:57 in Daily Deals Be the first to comment! Read 799 times Read more...
  • Daily Deal sites in China closing, but market goes up
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    Daily Deal sites in China closing, but market goes up

    China's group buying or daily deal market continues to shrink, with the number of players still in business declining by almost 1,000 sites over the past year.

    At the end of 2012, the total number of group buying sites in the country fell to 2,695, down from the 3,652 websites at the beginning of the year, according to a new report from the China e-Business Research Center.

    Written on Wednesday, 30 January 2013 22:16 in Daily Deals
    Tags: China
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  • Daily Deals Site in China Tops $3.3 Billion in Sales in 2012
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    Daily Deals Site in China Tops $3.3 Billion in Sales in 2012

    After the furore with literally thousands of Groupon clones launching in China in the past few year, the daily deals industry in China ended up being dominated by Taobao.

    With 34 percent market share by revenue, Taobao Juhuasuan has shown that the homegrown e-commerce giant Alibaba was able to adapt to deals alongside its other online retailing sites. Over the weekend, Alibaba revealed that its own deals site hit 20.75 billion RMB (US$3.3 billion) in sales in the whole of 2012.

    That figure is 2.03 times higher than it was in 2011.

    Written on Tuesday, 15 January 2013 13:10 in Daily Deals Be the first to comment! Read 646 times Read more...