While the recession is officially over, saving money and being frugal is still top of mind for responsible consumers. Part of this is the itch to never miss a deal – but sometimes that results in serious buyer’s remorse. If you buy from a store you can return simply return the item and all is well. But what happens when you buy a Groupon, Living Social or Tippr deal and you realize you actually won’t use it? That shit is final sale.

Enter dealigee!

dealigee is an online marketplace where you can now resell any deal you bought but don’t plan to use, OR buy deals you missed. dealigee currently supports the resale of vouchers bought from Groupon, Living Social, Tippr, DealOn, Gilt City, BuyWithMe, and youswoop and the cities covered include Chicago, New York City, and San Francisco.

Signing up with dealigee is easy - you simply log-in using your Facebook ID (they only collect your name and email – no other information). Buyers and sellers are validated with PayPal to ensure legitimacy and make sure the transaction is secure.

When you sell a deal, you get 100% of the sale except for a small transaction fee collected by PayPal – dealigee does not make money off your sale.

Buying on dealigee is also simple. You can purchase the voucher at its “buy now” price, or you can “make an offer” to the seller at a lower price. All transactions are handled via PayPal.

See? No more buyer’s remorse!

As a bonus, dealigee is offering a special giveaway to NYCRD readers: a $100 Groupon gift certificate!

1. The giveaway is live for 7 days, from today (October 12, 2010) to Monday (October 18, 2010).
2. To enter to win, sign up for dealigee by clicking here. You must sign up using this link to enter!
3. Like group deals, the giveaway is 'ON' only if 50 or more people enter using the above referral link - so sign up and then encourage your friends to sign up as well!

Click here to enter the giveaway and sign up for dealigee!

*This is a NYCRD Social Circle post. Our advertisers rock! Opinions our own.

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