DealChaser launched in late 2011 and offers a similar setup to most daily deal aggregator websites. Below one can see the screenshot of their home page, which forces one to create an account and log in to see any deals. As mentioned on other pages on GroupBuying.co.za, this can be both beneficial and detrimental to a site’s success.
Like other aggregators, DealChaser is asking users to choose which deals they want and then send them only those deals on a regular basis. This is seemingly the only way to operate as more group buying websites now have affiliate systems that are based on bringing customers back, not just once.
The design is quite quirky and colourful, and at the time of writing their socialbles (Facebook, Twitter, etc) seemed up and working well. It will remain to be seen if they stand the test of time against a now large and growing deal aggregator market.