If you have to buy it, get the best deal!
I love getting a deal when possible, and I love sharing them. Occasionally people reach out to me to help spread deals. That saves me some legwork, which I appreciate. When Cameron from Groupon’s new Coupon division reached out to me to help spread the word that their coupon site is a big deal (my words, not his), I looked into it. Groupon is already a site I am fond of, and I do take advantage of deals that interest me. Hopefully, Cameron and anyone who could have discovered this gem sooner accepts my sincere apology that it took almost two months for me to look into it, but I’ve been a little behind in writing articles. Now that I am almost caught up, I want to share my thoughts.
First, I appreciate that Cameron addressed me by name. When I get emails from someone I do not know, a general salutation is more common. My name appears multiple places on my site, so I can usually tell when someone really looked at it or I am getting email from a spammer. Cameron was as real as they come as I discovered from his thoughtful responses to each email. What is Groupon Coupons? I cannot explain it as well as Cameron can, so I am attaching his description.
I always suggest you arm yourself with as many resources as possible when deal hunting. If you have not already read my tips on hunting deals or read it a while ago, you can always reference it again. When I learn something new, I edit it. A quick recap if you want to stay focused is to subscribe to emails at all the retailers you want to shop at. Most will send you promo codes. Affiliates, like Groupon, sometimes get exclusive promo codes you will not get directly from the retailer. Consider affiliates as a win/win relationship. They get you a discount you may not have found elsewhere, and in return, they usually get a kickback from the retailer. The retailer gets the sale, so it wins, too.
What can you find on Groupon Coupons? The deals constantly change, and they have a staff that far exceeds my one person site. That means you can find a lot more deals. Of course, I will continue to post deals, but I can only post a small amount compared to what you will find there. My posted deals are also usually only the ones that interest me. I will not even post small offers from Lancome, Clinique, or Estee Lauder, because I do not consider those deals from the Gift With Purchase Kings. Groupon Coupons will post all offers for these three and more. If they have large offers, I will list each place you can find them at though. You are welcome to see listings I have available as well.
That Macy’s offer was the first thing I saw when I logged in. Yes, please. I want 30% off shoes. Next, I saw the following Amazon offer for 20% off shoes. Ha! I am already getting multiple offers for shoes. Maybe, I should buy some. It’s hard to focus when shoes are left on the table.
Those were just flashing across the top of the screen. You can search anything you want. There were 70,454 coupons at 9,451 stores when I logged in. That means they’ve grown a bit since Cameron first reached out to me. Growth is a good indicator that this is here to stay. As a deal shopper, I like what I’ve seen so far and will personally reference this resource with other means to find deals I already use. I can recommend the site as Cameron asked me to, because it costs nothing to use it and provides a valuable resource.
There is even a place for top Coupons and Offers when you first log in. This is a set-up I am familiar with and do a smaller version of this myself with my featured deals.
*Groupon Coupons offered me compensation for this article, but I declined payment. I think it is a valuable resource and really suggest people use it, because I like what I see. The payment would not have swayed my opinion, but I took it off the table to make this my post and not a sponsored post. See all Groupon articles. View my main page for the guide map to the site and deeper deal exploration.
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