19 October 2011. The Australian daily deals market generated an aggregate $64.6m revenues in the months of August and September 2011, according to exclusive analysis conducted by DealsExtra.
Australian group buying industry aggregate revenue units in $AUD millions
Living Social / Jump on it is currently Australia' top daily deals site holding 29% market share. Scoopon holds the number 2 position with 20% market share, followed by Spreets with 15% market share.
Market share of Australian group buying companies for August 2011 - September 2011
Current market leader Living Social / Jump on it has sold a total 336,354 deals generating $16.2m in net revenues for period August 2011 - September 2011. Living Social's most lucrative deal was the "Outrigger Little Hastings Street Resort & Spa", which grossed $573,520 in revenues. Living Social has run 1,295 deals in total over the period, an average of 148 deals per week.
Australia' second largest site Scoopon grossed $10.9m in revenues from a total of 204,716 deals. Scoopon's most profitable deal was "Jupiter Hotel Gold Coast" deal which grossed $471,276 in revenues. Scoopon has run 679 deals in total over the period, an average of 78 deals a week.
Spreets, in third place, sold a total of 164,029 deals, and grossed $9.1m in revenues. Spreet's most lucrative deal was the " Grand Palais beachside resort" which grossed $339,320 in revenues. Spreets has run an average of 115 deals per week and 998 deals in total.
Revenues and Quantity sold for top group buying sites August 2011 - September 2011
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