Here’s a site that makes you work for your discounts… well play games really and many of the offers are actually free. Dobango, a games based rewards platform that can be played on the iPhone, and the web, is described by founder and CEO, Ravi Mishra, as a mash-up of Groupon and Zynga.

Dobango offers merchants a unique opportunity to sign up new customers and engage existing customers. More than 170 merchants have already signed up, such as Gordon Biersch.

Thousands of customers are playing Dobango games and enjoying free rewards such as free movie tickets.

Dobango has signed up merchant partners such as Chili’s, Borders, and Subway.

To participate all you need to do is download the Dobango play2Win iPhone application from the Apple App Store, then play short fun games and compete with people locally for deals available from Dobango partners. Real-time leaderboards tell you how your score compares with the rest throughout the tournament. Play as many times as you want – we’ll save all your scores each game.

Win deals and discounts from our partners just for playing the game. When the tournament is over, the top scorer wins the sponsored prize. Redeem the prizes and deals at our partner’s business. Have fun playing and winning – it’s easy!

Prizes include things like free pizza, concert tickets and $25 gift cards from and… oh and Ikea. Who doesn’t love stuff from Ikea?

The best part is that with Dobango, you don’t need to shell out hard earned cash up front. And like the site says, Don’t pay for deals. Play for them!

About Dobango:

Dobango is a fast growing company specializing in next-generation mobile solutions that seamlessly integrate social networks, games and rewards.

play2Win is the exciting new suite of games developed by Dobango for the iPhone and other mobile devices. These short, addictive games attract a large number of players to participate in tournaments throughout the day. Leaderboards and standings within your social networks like Facebook make the games challenging and fun. Players come back again and again, invariably pulling their friends along.

Source: PRWeb