It’s pretty obvious that daily deals websites are doing everything they can to come out on top of this new online shopping phenomenon. LivingSocial has the latest example with its 50% off deal involving Whole Foods.

The partnership, a first for both companies, offers subscribers $10 off a $20 purchase with the healthy food retailer.

About the Whole Foods 50% Off Deal

About an hour ago this deal broke 200,000 as more and more users sign up, now it’s at almost 600,000. The ways to earn are pretty simple:

  • Visit the Whole Foods deal page and click the buy now! button
  • You will have to create an account and provide your credit card information
  • Print and enjoy!

You can also get the Whole Foods deal FREE when three friends you have shared the link with also buy into the deal. This deal has exploded over the internet due to Whole Foods’ popularity among those who like organic (and expensive) food. If you haven’t had the chance, or the budget, to check out this grocery store LivingSocial is providing a great opportunity to see what the buzz is about.

The Struggles of Daily Deal Sites

Just yesterday it was reported that online coupon sites are struggling to keep the awesome deals coming. It’s not the customers that are finding problems with these sites, in fact, the merchants are the ones trying to keep up.

Many businesses complain that the large discounts are not something they can continue offering as users of Groupon and LivingSocial are becoming accustomed to the low prices.

Not only are these sites battling criticism from the vendors they need to stay open, but they are also battling each other and banks. It didn’t take long before other companies such as and American Express (NYSE: AXP) caught up with what Groupon had to offer.

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