DealDey is the top daily deals website in Nigeria, It is a website where you can find great deals with discounts of up to 90% on products and services such as mobile phones and accessories, food, professional courses, spa treatments, fashion, hotel bookings and electronics. It was founded by renowned Techpreneur and Konga founder Sim Shagaya in 2011. DealDey was acquired in March 2016 by Swiss owned Ringier AG for an undisclosed sum.
I’m sure you’re wondering how Dealdey is different from other ecommerce websites like Konga and Jumia. Konga and Jumia mainly sell goods while Dealdey connects you to service providers in different fields who offer nice discounts you won’t find elsewhere.
To use Dealdey, you have to first register and become a member. Once you do that, Dealdey will send you emails daily with a list of the best deals available that day. You can see more deals by visiting the Dealdey website and searching the various categories or just by simply typing what you want in the search box.
Dealdey gives you the opportunity to limit the deals you see based on your location., you can set your state of residence as your default state and so you will see deals available in that state only. Dealdey has a lot of payment options which include mobile money, debit cards, pay on delivery (in select locations). After you find a nice deal, order and pay, your order is delivered to your home or office within 7 days.
Dealdey also helps the businesses who offer discounts on their site by ensuring they get a minimum number of customers so that their offered deal is also profitable to them. Businesses on Dealdey give their customers coupons which provide very juicy discounts, For example a Spa which usually charges 5,000 Naira could give you a 50% coupon on Dealdey which you can use at the physical Spa and so you will pay just 2,500 Naira.
Once you purchase a Dealdey coupon online, It is sent to your email address and SMS. Your coupons can also be delivered to you using the ‘Pay on Delivery’ method or you can pick it up at any merchant specified redemption or pickup outlets.