Toronto-based deal provider Dealfind is on the move, having recently gone mobile, and, as of today, is launching something called “Everyday Deals.” The feature is somewhat similar to GrouponNow in that it allows you to find deals you can buy and use right now. But really, the site is more of a deals database, where deals are searchable by location, category and redeemable time.
The new Everyday Deals site lets you filter through the available deals using drop-down boxes at the top. You can see how this works using Calgary as an example. Times are split into early morning, morning, mid-day, afternoon, evening and late night.
Despite once being known as “Canada’s Groupon,” Dealfind has expanded since its founding in 2009 and is now in 70 markets across both the U.S. and Canada. Much of that expansion has been fairly recent. In November, Dealfind added 18 more U.S. markets to its lineup, bringing the total to 41 U.S. cities versus the 29 it has in Canada. It has sold 1,729,883 vouchers valued at $405,900,647.
Dealfind’s deal quality still has room to improve in some cases. (Is anyone else sick of all those mani/pedi offers? Ugh). The new feature is live now, but not all supported markets have deals listed as of yet.