Do you cut coupons? Or find virtual ones for wherever you are? Do you ever buy discounted tickets or food deals from Groupon for places you were planning to go anyway? Or do you use sites like that to try new things?
If you answered yes to any of those questions, you should check out Groupon Coupons. Unlike regular Groupons, you don’t have to spend anything on the coupons up front. They are just there for you to browse and use. They’re up to more than 77,000 total coupons for more than 8900 different stores, so even if you checked them out a while ago, it may be worth looking again. And if you are looking into late summer travel, they even have coupons to places like Expedia.
My Personal Experiences
I’ve bought and used regular Groupons at least a dozen times by now. I have my favorites that I keep an eye out for – usually movie tickets to the Alamo Draft House location that is pretty central to all of the people in our friends group.
As for Groupon Coupons, I’ve used a $5 off coupon for $50 or more at Home Depot. I’m also currently thinking about using the coupon I see there for a free classic waffle at Waffle House…that’s like a $3-$4 savings and I love their waffles.
Overall, I don’t use any coupon or deal as often as many of my friends simply because I don’t go out as often either. I’m generally a homebody that loves to talk and hole away into my media room. But even I can appreciate finding a great deal on something that I was going to do or eat anyway.
Have you used Groupon Coupons yet? What are the tools on your frugality belt?