Groupon has built themselves into a widely known deal-of-the-day service where consumers can buy deals for restaurants, stores, and services in many cities across North America. This service is definitely a money saver if you are buying deals for something that you would have purchased anyways. It is a great idea to check for Groupons for activities or restaurants that you are visiting in the near future. I must admit, I love a good deal and I love my Groupons. Because we have a big family, any activities we do like bowling, mini-golf, or roller skating can get very expensive very fast. So our family was already used to using Groupon for local activities in our area.
Real money savers will probably be even more interested in Groupon's newest feature, Groupon Coupons. Unlike the traditional Groupon business model, you do not need to spend any money upfront to use Groupon Coupons. Just stop by Groupon Coupons before doing your shopping and look for a coupon. They have over 55,000 free coupons from more than 8,000 stores. These aren't obscure stores you never shop at either. We are talking about stores like Sears, Walgreens, Walmart, and Target. With the abundance of coupons, you should be checking the site before doing any purchasing online. Simply find the store you are looking for and copy the coupon code for the offer you want. We do a lot of our shopping online and we love to save money with every purchase so I am very excited about this newest Groupon feature.
The new coupon tab is available right from your normal Groupon screen where you access your Groupon local, goods, and getaway deals. So when you check in daily to see what deals they are currently running you can now also check what great store coupons are available.
Did you already know about Groupon Coupons? What great coupons have you found?
This post was written on behalf of Groupon. All opinions and shopping experiences are my own.
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