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Do you know about Groupon Coupons? I have often purchased Groupon’s local deals, primarily for saving money when eating out, and have purchased from Groupon Goods as well. Until now, I actually hadn’t paid much attention to Groupon Coupons.
Actually, I’m not sure why. When I purchase online, I try to remember to search for any available coupons or deals that will save me money on my order. While browsing, I discovered quite a few great coupons, like 20% –30% off at Barnes and Noble, Walgreens, Sears, and dozens of other online sites. I noticed a coupon for 20% off an Angie’s List membership. I wish I’d seen that before I joined a few months ago. (I’ve been trying to get started on some long-neglected home repair and home improvement projects in the past few months and Angie’s list has been a huge help in finding local service people and contractors that do quality work. I love being able to read reviews from other customers before I commit to hiring someone.)
While browsing Groupon Coupons, I came across some new sites, like Care.com. Care.com looks like a very helpful place for people to find caregivers and related helpers, including child care, senior care, tutoring, or pet sitters. Caregivers can register on the site as well to be matched up with those needing services. Seems like a great idea!