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New website launches offering unique daily deals

New website launches offering unique daily deals for Aucklanders - up to 90% off things to do in Auckland

Fri, 26 Feb 2010 10:11:34 +1300

Dailydo.co.nz launches and sets its sights on saving Aucklanders over $1 million in cash!

 

Dailydo.co.nz is the first and only service based deal a day website in New Zealand. The concept is based on an extremely successful American model. Dailydo will prove popular with Aucklanders with its promise of huge savings on things to do in and around Auckland.

A featured dailydo deal where consumers save 60% off a Day Spa Package.

Auckland, 25 February 2010 - DailyDo is an innovative new site that features an amazing deal every day, offering consumers between 50% to 90% discount at some of Auckland’s most popular restaurants, concerts, events, tours, salons, retail shops and more. “Personally, from an in house perspective, we not only see ourselves as a deal a day website, but also a marketing and advertising initiative for local businesses”.  

Targeted at the Aucklander who wants to take more advantage of what the city has to offer but also wants a great deal, dailydo finds Auckland’s best experiences and offers them at a price that’s hard to pass up.

Dailydo’s founder, Mike Bullot, predicts that the savings will be so great, it could save Aucklanders over $1M on things to do in and around Auckland over the next 12 months. 

“Having been through tough financial times consumers are more strapped for cash than ever and they’re cutting back on the activities they do for fun, whether that is heading to their favourite restaurant or enjoying a relaxing facial,” says Bullot. “We really hope dailydo can become a way for people to get out of the house and start living again!

“The great thing about dailydo is that it’s win-win for not only the consumer, but also local business. We present consumers with a great deal, and in turn, that business gets a whole heap of new customers”continued Bullot.

There will be a range of different deals on the site with something for everyone. Some of the featured deals have been:

75% off a PGA Golf Lesson
60% off Day Spa package with Ellipse Spa at the Scene
90% off YOU Photography session + hair cut and colour + cosmetics
50% off Fergs Kayaks Hire
50% Lilliputt minigolf
 

Interested consumers can view the daily deal and subscribe to dailydo for free at www.dailydo.co.nz

Interested Merchants can check out the ‘get featured’ material on the site to see how dailydo’s marketing initiatives could work for them.

-ENDS-

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