Even though some big players have pulled back from daily deals, the industry will more than double its revenues to $4.17 billion in 2015, according to a projection by research firm BIA/Kelsey. Even so, the growth rate for deals is slowing as consumers lose some of their initial enthusiasm. "We will see more people signing up, but we will not see an endless amount of increased activity," says BIA/Kelsey Vice President Peter Krasilovsky.

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