We still like daily deals, but do admit from time to time, the fatigue is there. It's not hard to notice that these days daily deal industry seems have some difficulties to move forward. ChristChruch-based daily deal site- Qupon.co.nz has been warned of “Bait Advertising” by the Commerce Commission and has taken the company site offline, redirecting all visitors to a maintenance page, and citing technical & operation issues as the cause. Jumponit Australia didn't publish any deals for Melbourne and Perth today, . Spreets has been having the same deals on website for days, and not zero people bought that "SEVEN Day Yoga Rainforest Retreat", similar scenarios with other sites too. Bad deals have given daily deals industry a lot of headaches too. Some of my friends bought 'cheap' earrings with swarovasky crystal element, the element dropped off after half day of wearing; cleaning companies ran away, restaurants closed after selling all the vouchers... the deal companies had to refund all the customers otherwise, just check on their Facebook page, how these empowered consumers chase deal providers to be responsible for late delivery, late feedback to their complains... Australia AIMIA and ADMA released the Merchant Guide for AU group buying industry, but I think there should be more serious rule & regulations in place to punish the merchants who just want to take advantage of this new industry. I think due to the market size of Australia, the daily deal sites will promote more individual products sales in the coming days. But as a consumer at the same time, we hope that deal sites can check & verify the merchants' info before publish to give the loyalty customers some real insurance.