Dealigee gives users another daily deal marketplace to buy or resell their vouchers for discounts. The website offers users a place to list a daily deal from LivingSocial, YouSwoop, Groupon, Tippr, DealOn and any other similar website that they will not be using. Users can make back some or all of the money paid for the deal through Dealigee. The application also offers users Facebook connectivity that enables them to post a message about the availability of their daily deal to those on their Facebook contact list. Dealigee covers users in the New York City, Chicago and San Francisco areas. Users are also invited to suggest a new city to expand Dealigee’s coverage. The website also provides users shopping for daily deals with more flexibility. Along with the asking price, the user can submit an offer to entice the other user to accept a different amount for their daily deal.Show more screenshots »
Dealigee was created by Bazzuu LLC. The application was intended to give users a convenient marketplace to sell their daily deals from many of the popular daily deal websites. Users could safely complete transactions over the web and get money for their unused deals or find a great deal they may have missed to purchase. Today, many users in Chicago, San Francisco and New York City list their deals on Dealigee.
Dealigee offers many of the same features that other daily deal marketplaces offer. What makes this one a little different are some of the features included. Users can post their deals for sale and others can purchase them just like other similar sites. Dealigee takes it a step further by including a button that allows the potential buyer to make an offer. This gives the seller more options in case their daily deal isn’t selling at its current price.
The Dealigee website uses a blue, black and orange color scheme complimented by the low key white and grey background which features a sideways cityscape and sky. Along one side, users can see silhouettes of skyscrapers and smaller buildings and along the other, the stars and moon. The deal pages are well organized with enough color to catch the eye while the user reads through the deals (but not so much that it becomes a distraction).
Dealigee gives users two registration options to choose from. The first is to log in through their existing Facebook profile. This can be done by clicking the large blue and white “Sign up using Facebook” button along the right hand side of the homepage. Users who sign up with a Facebook account can post their deal listing to their profiles. The other option is the quick traditional registration form, which can be accessed by clicking the “Sign Up” link just below the Facebook button. The form is kept short and sweet, requiring only an email address and password.
The cost of Dealigee is another attractive benefit to using it over other, similar applications. Users can list their daily deals or make a purchase for free. There are no subscription fees or transaction charges required by the website. Dealigee does not take a percentage of the sale, either. The only extra cost is the fees charged by Paypal for the transaction.
Dealigee is an option for users in the New York City, San Francisco and Chicago areas who want to buy or sell a daily deal. The website is easy to use and allows users to make an offer, which gives them another chance to save even more money.