Disclosure: Groupon Coupons is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine.

On the previous post, I talked about how amazing deals can be found at group buying site Groupon. Friends, I need a little help here. If I described the prices as amazing, then which word should I now use when I throw in Groupon coupons?

Here are two mind-boggling numbers for you: 70K and 10K. There are more than 70,000 Groupon coupons offered by more than 10,000 stores in the Grouponverse.

Groupon Coupons

For the uninitiated in the wonderful world of online shopping, coupons are codes that you enter before paying for purchase to avail of more discounts or freebies (such as free shipping).

Let me throw in some stores I have previously bought from in the past years.

I book my hotel accommodation primarily using online booking services of Hotels.com. During winter in Shanghai, I wore winter clothes I purchased from Macy’s. The domain registrar I used to purchase the Amazing Life Daily domain name for ten years is NameCheap. These are only three of more than 10,000 stores.


Here are direct links to the coupons offered by the three companies: Hotels.com, Macy’s and NameCheap.

One More Thing …

I borrowed that line from Steve Jobs. He says that when unveiling out-of-this-world Apple products you NEED. It doesn’t matter what the product was. For God’s sake, it is Apple. Kidding aside, if shopping at Groupon is smart shopping, then using what does that make you if you use Groupon coupons?

Final Thoughts on Groupon Coupons

It’s really a no-brainer. Be sure to look for coupon codes whenever shopping online to avail of better-then-amazing deals. I used coupons when I bought winter clothes from Macy’s to avail of free shipping from the USA to the Philippines. I have registered several domain names in the past and have always used coupon codes to avail of more discounts.

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