Save Money with Groupon Coupons

Who doesn’t love a good Groupon? From wine tasting to checking out that new restaurant in town to treating yourself to a massage or booking a last minute getaway, Groupon has become the standard for saving money on experiences.

But did you know that Groupons can also be used for retail shopping? It’s true! Groupon has recently partnered with nearly ten thousand (10,000!!!) national retailers to introduce their latest service called Groupon Coupons. (Catchy, right?)

Groupon Coupons is a free service (that’s right, FREE), that helps you find coupons, discounts and special promo codes for both on-line and in-store shopping.

Heading out to Bed Bath and Beyond and can’t locate your latest 20% off coupon? Go to groupon.com/coupons & type “Bed Bath & Beyond” in the search bar and BOOM there are printable coupons for BB&B or online codes if you prefer not to leave the house.

Groupon Coupons features coupons for just about every store you’ve heard of. Whether you like shopping on the high end at J.Crew or Bloomingdales or prefer bargain shopping at Kmart or JC Penny, Groupon Coupon has a deal for you.

Groupon Coupons also features coupons for stores you might not be familiar with, like EyeBuy Direct, which lets you “try on” discounted eye wear only online. Check this out:

 

try on glasses online
Now I look as smart as I feel when I shop with Groupon Coupon!

 

And you can even side-by-side compare how different styles look on you.

Eyebuy compare glasses
Um, I think the Muse and the Brighton are a NOPE!

 

And since you can shop the site by store name or by category it’s easy to find exactly what you’re looking for.

Groupon Coupon Category
Please excuse my fuzzy screenshot.

So the next time you’re shopping online do yourself (and your wallet) a favor by checking out Groupon Coupon before you hit checkout. (You totally noticed my clever word play there, right?)

 

*This is a sponsored post, all opinions are my own. I mean seriously, how smart do I look in those cool blue glasses?

Shopping for School Clothes with a Teenager

School clothes
Marley’s Instagram of her school clothes haul

I took Marley shopping for school clothes this weekend. I was hoping to score some good deals from Labor Day sales.  There weren’t as many deals as I had hoped. Probably because I’ve found so much joy in shopping at thrift stores and yard sales lately. It’s hard to wrap my head around a $13 Batman tee shirt as a bargain when I recently purchased three skirts, a sweater and a pair of pants for just two dollars more. (My new favorite game to play with myself is to calculate the cost of my outfit in my head…”Wow, this entire outfit only cost $12 including my shoes and purse. I am one hell of a savvy shopper!”) Marley enjoys my thrifty finds (favorite Vans hoodie for only $1.00 – you’re welcome), but does not enjoy thrift store shopping. Or yard sale shopping. Or, truth be told, shopping in general. But I digress… (which is really hard to do in just one paragraph)… shopping with her made me feel old. Like that mother who just doesn’t get it. We do not think the same things are cute. I really never thought I’d be that mother. I remember shopping with my own mother when I was 13 and the importance of having the right clothes. Cute clothes. Clothes that made me stand out in exactly the right way. (Wait, who am I kidding? I still feel that way.) So I bought her (mostly) what she wanted and was thankful that she becomes bored with shopping so quickly and didn’t really want much. I sent Dave a text from Hot Topic, “What’s worse? Dress code questionable clothing or a Black Veil Brides tee shirt?” His response: “Aaaahhhhhhh!” Aaaahhhhhh indeed.