Groupon Vouchers Up for Grabs!

I have always been a bargain hunter, some people assume that it’s because I never have any money but that’s not true, even if I became a millionaire tomorrow I would still be a bargain hunter. Why pay extortionate prices for goods and services when you can save yourself money to use on something else?

I was first introduced to Groupon over a year ago by one of my neighbours and I have been a regular customer ever since. We have bought children’s birthday parties, mattress toppers, a bluetooth keyboard for my iPad, days out, meals out, rounds of golf, boiler servicing, photography packages and many more besides. They are all things that we would have bought anyway but we have saved ourselves a fortune with the help of Groupon.

It’s really simple to use, you can either log on to the website daily and look at deals which are local to your area or you can browse the national deals. Or you can do it like I do and register for their newsletters which are sent daily telling you the deals locally or nationally which you might like. It’s always worth having a quick scan through to see if anything takes your fancy and if it doesn’t nothing is lost because you simply stick it in your trash folder and get on with your day.

For one lucky Mummy Matters reader I have secured £30 worth of Groupon Vouchers for you to spend as you wish on anything from children’s toys to romantic getaways, the world is your lobster and all that jazz! Entry couldn’t be more simple, just complete the Rafflecopter entry below but be warned, I will be checking to make sure you have done all that you say you have, false entries will be deleted.

Many thanks and good luck!!

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80 thoughts on “Groupon Vouchers Up for Grabs!”

  1. I find bargains by shopping around online, moneysavingexpert is a brilliant place to go and keeping an eye out for sales!
    Thankyou for the fab competition!

  2. I like Home Bargains always brill finds there and been a member for a few years of HotUKdeals forum . Great for getting bargains and finding online discount codes

  3. Recently I have found some amazing deals on KGB. I research thoroughly on the review sites and have a look what’s going on locally eg local markets or maybe a pub quiz. We have had two night breaks, B & B with a bottle of wine and dinner on the first evening in 4* hotels. I’ve been fortunate to have stayed in pubs/hotels that also take my Tastecard, usually 2 for 1 on the meals. (I did win a card for a year but you can apply for a month trial card)

  4. I like Ebay as well sometimes if you are lucky you can get good deals
    I also use mysupermarket to check before hand what is cheaper in each supermarket

  5. I’m hopeless at finding bargains. I tend to choose what I want and then use Pricerunner to find the best price for it then see if any of the loyalty point or discount codes websites are doing any offers with the site selling the item, and get my bagains that way.

  6. Some of my best bargain buys recently have come from boot sales! when it comes to things for babies especially things dont get used much so many second hand things are as good as new!

  7. Hmmm bargain buys…I guess the best I can come up with at the moment is that I always look for voucher codes on the internet before making any purchases and I also use a cashback site. Using the cashback site I then accumulate amazon vouchers which buy us some nice DVD and books as treats at Christmas! I don’t buy much as I have no money so can’t really come up with any better bargain tips for you! (Although I did pick up some nice sell by cakes at Waitrose yesterday nomnom!)

  8. I find my best bargain buys in charity shops, at car boot sales or on eBay. I’m one of those people that love having a good old rummage through other people’s things and have often walked off with gorgeous, hardly worn clothing, leather handbags and jewellery. My latest find was a gorgeous emerald green, vintage leather hand bag, complete with dust bag, for £2!!

  9. If I want something I keep an eye online on various sites until there is an offer or voucher for it. I always check prices online before buying anything major because it’s amazing the offers you can find.

  10. I grab bargin from hot deals website. I’ve also found if I do my food shop later in the evening lots of items are reduced to half price or less…..I buy the things that can be frozen and we have great food at half the price!

  11. I love ebay but I always check on Amazon as well as so many items are heavily discounted there and you then also have the advantage of their brilliant returns policy if necessary

  12. My best bargains tend to have come from eBay, but it does take a LOT of time! I actually use voucher sites like Groupon an awful lot, as they mean that we get to do fun things which we wouldn’t perhaps normally do, at a fraction of the original price! It’s a great source of inspiration and the vouchers I’ve already bought always come in handy on a rainy weekend!

  13. I never pass a Poundland – they often have big name, expensive hair and beauty brands like Elizabeth Arden for, well, £1 obviously! They make great little gifts or a treat for me!

  14. I find best bargains by using a comparison site before I buy anything, might take a few minutes more than just buying it on the first website but it saved me over £100 the other day. Also Ebay is great for bargains!

  15. I love the pound shops. Have gotten some lovely books for my little man from there. I managed to get some lovely Stila make up too which still sells for full price in Boots!

  16. Groupon vouchers arent easy to come by.Vouchers are given only for a limited period of time.The customers should make sure they avail this chance to purchase this voucher.
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