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When I told a friend I didn’t know what Groupon was her reply to me (in all caps) was “YOU DON’T KNOW ABOUT GROUPON?”
I knew if she was typing in all caps it had to be good.
So I joined (for free) and was instantly sucked into what Groupon is all about, “collective buying power.”
Groupon teams up with businesses in your city (mine is Indianapolis; there are 47 other major cities available) and offers screaming deals at severely discounted prices and a deal a day is delivered to your email for your consideration.
I have seen everything. Examples include discounted museum admission, half off drinks and dinner at the city’s trendiest restaurants, half off spa services at various salons, deeply discounted dance or cooking lessons, clothing discounts, dental health deals and my personal favorite? A full on trip to the Chiropractor for less than an insurance co-payment.
Each Groupon is valid for a specific amount of time, usually six months to a year, and each one spells out any restrictions.
Even better? You can give them as gifts and/or keep them for yourself, when you refer a friend and they purchase their first Groupon? You get a $10 credit on your account.
I currently have a facial, a massage, and a couple of manicures just WAITING for me. Enjoy!