How DealCart Lets Shoppers Buddy Up To Cut The Cost Of Groceries

Everyone understands the point of bulk-buying: customers who place a large order for the same item expect to be rewarded with discounts. But while that works well for companies, it’s not an approach that is typically available to individual consumers doing their grocery shoppers. Until now, that is. Step forward Pakistan’s DealCart.

The Karachi-based ecommerce start-up, which is today announcing a $4.5 million funding round, is all about the power of the community. Using its site to place orders for staple items, consumers can band together in order to place a bulk order and secure a discount from suppliers.

Launched in March, DealCart has already attracted 50,000

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