March 21, 2011 12:52 ET

New Website Takes a Unique Approach on Daily Deals by Allowing Consumers to Sell Deals They Won't Use and Buy Deals They Missed

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - March 21, 2011) - SellMyDeal (, a website for buying and selling daily deals has launched to provide consumer with a way to get rid of unused daily deal vouchers and also have the opportunity to buy deals they may have missed.

With an estimated 20% of daily deal l vouchers from websites like Groupon and Living Social going unredeemed, SellMyDeal offers a unique approach by allowing people to post these vouchers for immediate sale. Posting a voucher to the site is effortless, a user just needs to sign up for an account and can immediately start posting. Purchasing a voucher is like any other e-commerce transaction, the buyer provides payment information and once the transaction is completed they have instant access to the voucher. Payments for vouchers sold are also seamless as the seller receives the payments directly into their bank or PayPal account.

Sellers choose the price they would like to list the deal for. Buyers visit the site, search for deals, and purchase immediately. Posting a deal is free! When sold there is a small fee of 10% of the selling price that is charged to the seller. Consumers can sign up for the daily newsletter which is e mailed to subscriber's providing information on new deals that are relevant to them.

As customer service is a priority, SellMyDeal has extensive screening tools in place to ensure invalid vouchers are not being listed on the site. In addition to these tools, consumers can look to the SellMyDeal guarantee that protects users by offering a full refund if the voucher is found to be unusable.

To buy and sell daily deal vouchers, visit

About SellMyDeal: SellMyDeal believes that a good deal is very hard to pass up, which is why many people are finding themselves with too many unused vouchers from websites like Groupon. SellMyDeal offers consumers a way to sell those vouchers and allow someone else who missed the deal a second chance on getting it. See for more information.

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