Save More Shopping Online With Groupon Coupons

I’ve been a big fan of Groupon for a number of years.  We have saved on a lot of different items, meals, and events over the years.  Now, Groupon is offering a whole new way of saving money, with Groupon Coupons.

Unlike the traditional method of using Groupon, you don’t have to purchase anything.  That’s right, it’s completely free.  What Groupon Copuons offers you is a database of over 55,000 coupons across 8,000 online stores.  You can search for what you’re looking for, whether it be for a particular store or by a particular item that you’re looking for, and you’ll be presented with matches along with the options to save money with the online stores.
You may be thinking that there are already services out there like this, but I assure you, Groupon has used their strong name and reputation to assemble a very strong database of participating merchants across a wide variety of retail categories.  You’ll find popular stores like Home Depot and Walgreens, just as an example.  These are two stores that I visit frequently, and now I have the option to shop from my home and save money along the way.  It doesn’t get much better than that!
Stores are going to love this because they get to partner with one of the strongest names in the world that relates to saving money, and people will love this because it will allow them new ways to shop at their favorite stores or give them exposure to all kinds of new stores, all while saving money!
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4 thoughts on “Save More Shopping Online With Groupon Coupons

  1. I will be using some groupons for my birthday. I am most likely to save 30%-40%. This is the first time I use groupons, which was advised by a friend of mine. That being said, I am just excited how this will turn out, Moneybeagle.

  2. I didn’t realize that Groupon and Groupon Coupons aren’t the same thing. I’ve never actually used Groupon, but I could see myself using the Coupons functionality.

    • Yes, the typical Groupon model is that you pay a portion of the actual worth of the voucher, so for example you might pay $10 to get $20 worth of food at a nearby restaurant. With Coupons, it’s totally free.

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