This post is sponsored by Groupon. All opinions are entirely my own.
There’s a story in my family about how my father would go down to the mail room each week to clip diaper coupons shortly after I was born. The year was 1979 and my parents had just taken my mom’s life savings ($200) to move to America. Though they had very little, my childhood memories are filled with happy moments. Their ability to save and live mindfully have made a huge impact on my life.
I love a good deal, and if it’s not on sale, sometimes I spend a little too long justifying the purchase. I’ve been using Groupon for a very long time (I’ve written about it here, here, and here) and am always impressed by the experiences, products, and services you can purchase on their site or mobile app. It’s a great way to try a local restaurant, participate in an escape room (hopefully without killing your friends and/or partner), or indulge in a spa/acupuncture session.
What many people don’t realize is that Groupon also offers an entire section dedicated to their coupons. What’s great about using their site is that it aggregates all of the current deals for major retailers like Sears, Nordstrom, and Macy’s to find promo codes and ongoing sales—available for use online and in stores. Some pretty sweet deals I found this morning while searching include 20% off summer travel at Hilton, $20 off for shoes at Toms, and even 50% off at Sephora!
Have you ever used Groupon Coupons? Let me know in the comments!