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What it offers: 36-hour sales of up to 90% off luxury fashion and beauty items. Frequent giveaways include handbags, concert tickets, vacations

Who's selling: Some 400 brands, including Oscar de la Renta, Christian Dior, Michael Kors

Background: Founded in June 2007 in New York City by Paul Hurley (former CEO of Aveo) and Mark Uhrmacher (former vice president at Expert Foods)

Members: Nearly 1 million

2008 revenues: $10 million

Projected 2009 revenues: $50 million-plus


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