This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Groupon Coupons, however all opinions and thoughts are mine alone.
Summer is just around the corner, and if you're like me, you're probably looking for inexpensive ways to keep your family busy and fed. That's where Groupon Coupons come in. Odds are by now you're no stranger to Groupon, and if you are, you need to remedy that immediately. But for now, let me give you the skinny. Groupon is a global e-commerce marketplace that connects millions of users with local merchants by offering steep discounts on local and international activities, travel, services and goods in more than 28 countries. In laymen terms, it's an awesome resource to use if you are on a budget, but still like to live big.
I currently have several (and by several, I mean close to 10) active Groupons. I use them for everything. That fabulous hotel I stayed at in Chicago last year? Booked it through Groupon at at 60% off. All those exercise classes I attend? Got 30 for $18. My nails? Booked a manicure for $10.
53 coupon available today! Sprint has 13 available coupons, including one for $75 in credit and a $30 waved activation fee. You can also currently save $180 on a Levano Ideapad. And that's just the tip of the iceberg. As you can imagine, those savings begin to add up quickly.
Here are just a few of the places you can use your coupons:
New York and Company
I've shopped at every single one of these retailers this year alone. It's incredible to think that I missed out on major savings. But that won't happen again.With Groupon Coupons, you can save on more than experiences, you can save on products and groceries from all of your favorite retailers with the click of a single button. That's my kind of savings!
What are some of your favorite ways to save during the Summer? Have you tried Groupon Coupons yet? Feel free to comment below!
Until next time,