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Eat Deals: Changing the Daily Deal Industry

LOS ANGELES July 19, 2011

Eat Deals (, a new daily deal site, appeals to both consumers and restaurants by existing solely within their niche.  Instead of offering deals on everything…from a tennis lesson to a car wash twenty miles from home, offers restaurant deals, and restaurant deals only.  This way, subscribers will know exactly what to expect: a daily deal on food, period.  Subscribers will also be happy to know that they’ll be able to redeem their vouchers instantly, and visit the restaurant within a matter of moments of buying the deal.  It makes sense for a deal site focused on food to do away with ‘the waiting period’ in which a certain amount of people need to buy the deal for it be active.  Instead, you can buy the deal and enjoy that restaurant in the same afternoon.  

The Eat Deals platform is enticing to restaurant owners as well.  Owners appreciate that Eat Deals will only email ‘the deal’ to their community of subscribers, all of whom reside within a ten mile radius of the restaurant.  Of course, owners understand that all they have to do is offer good food and service, and the Eat Deals community will return again and again.  Restaurant owners are also pleased by the flexibility Eat Deals offers in terms of ‘the deal.’  Owners are given more control regarding deal restrictions, limits, and any specifications they might have.    

Visiting daily deal sites is an obvious and easy way to save money.  Especially now, when times are tougher then ever, these sites fulfill consumers’ financial needs.  But Eat Deals understands that deals on what you need and deals on what you might want, are entirely different.  After all, a bungee jumping lesson would be nice (for some), but it certainly isn’t a necessity: Food, however, is.  So, stop worrying about the bungee cord for now, and instead, consider what’s important in life…like great food, and great savings at

SOURCE Eat Deals

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