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00:54 | 23rd July 2017

News: UK

Tue 16 Aug, 2011
By Sam Bristowe


The deals offered to its subscribers will be relevant to their lifestyle

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LGBT gay deal site nears nationwide launch

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A new first of its kind social deal site that caters solely for LGBT people across the UK is nearing its nationwide release.

The new site “Oooh Ducky!” provides their weekly offers to the gay community of Bristol and is expanding to other large cities like London, Manchester and Edinburgh.

According to The Drum, Christopher Jones, the founder of Oooh Ducky, said: “The deals offered to its subscribers will be relevant to their lifestyle and also that they can relax in the fact that these businesses are promoting themselves as being gay friendly.”

LGBT people are able to access deals that cater solely for their interests and orientation in local bars and club, hotels and also areas such as fashion and grooming plus many more categories that are all just a click away.

 

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