This post is sponsored by Groupon Coupons. As always, all opinions are my own.
When you’re a parent, life can get pretty expensive. As my kids get older, the money seems to fly out the door faster than ever, as they continue to eat more, have more expensive interests and extracurricular activities and continually outgrow their clothes and shoes. From growing my own vegetables in the summer to using coupons or discount codes when shopping, I love to find simple ways to save money whenever I can.
I’ve used Groupon many times over the years, taking advantage of various special offers to save money on restaurant meals, family activities, clothing and gifts. I’ve gotten some fantastic deals on things I was planning to purchase anyway, as well had the opportunity to try some new activities and restaurants at a fraction of the usual cost. Purchasing deals through Groupon is quick and easy, and the savings can really add up.
Most people know you can get deals on things like attractions, events, travel and dining through Groupon, but I recently discovered another way to save money, with Groupon Coupons.
Groupon Coupons help you save money at a wide variety of retailers, by offering coupons for online shopping as well as some in-store mobile/printable coupons. I particularly like the online coupons. Whenever I am doing some online shopping, I just check Groupon first to see if there are any coupons listed for the store I am shopping from. If there is, I just click the link and the promo code pops up. Instant savings – it couldn’t be easier!
You’ll find coupons for both Canadian and US retailers on Groupon, so be sure to check the list before any shopping trips you may have planned. Speaking of trips, you can also find some great travel discounts through Groupon Coupons, for sites like hotels.com, hotwire and Travelocity.
Looking for clothing or gift ideas for your tween? You’ll find plenty of great deals through Groupon Coupons for retailers such as:
and many more.
Groupon Coupons can be accessed online and though the Groupon app. Happy shopping!
About Kathy Sima
Kathy is a blogger and freelance writer and mom of two teens who gave up her career as a financial advisor when her son was diagnosed with autism at age 3. When it comes to parenting, Kathy truly believes there is strength in numbers and knows that sharing stories and strategies with other parents has helped keep her sane (so far!)