I first heard about Groupon via a news story. At the time, the site only offered one deal a day. If you didn't like the deal, you had to wait a day to see what was next. If you did like it, you had to buy it that day or you'd lose out.
Anyone else remember that? My, how times have changed.
I get multiple e-mails from them daily for deals of all kinds from two major metropolitan areas near me. I was even able to sign up for e-mails from Groupon Dublin to scour deals for our upcoming vacation (we got a killer deal on a photographer, if you were wondering. Photos are the best memories). How awesome is that?
From one deal a day to many deals to trips and actual merchandise, the savings Groupon offers are incredible! They've been my go-to deal site for years. Now they've gone a step further for online shopaholics like myself to offer savings all over the web (and in-store, but I'm all about the internet) with Groupon Coupons.
You know what I'm talking about. You load up your cart, head to checkout, then you see that "coupon code" field and rush to Google to scour for codes in order to save any amount possible. Sometimes those searches result in success, but more often then not, they result in disappointment when the old code left behind is expired or otherwise invalid for my use. Groupon knows how you feel and offers easy-to-find coupons for tons of popular stores like Kohl's and Sephora!
Groupon Coupons are verified and, most importantly, free! They're the first place I look for shopping deals now, and it's so easy!
Some really cool deals they have right now include:
- 7 day free trial at NFL Game Pass (this one is the most important—distract your man so you're free to shop all you want!)
- $20 off and free shipping at Dress Barn
- 50% off doggy day camp at PetSmart
- Up to 41% off UGG classic tall, short, and mini (you're welcome, fall lovers!)
- 67 coupons for Target—you're pretty much guaranteed savings!
Is Groupon Coupons part of your savings routine? What has been your best Groupon Coupons bargain?