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Coupon Abbreviations
  • SC = Store Coupon
  • MC = Manufacturer Coupon
  • SS = Smart Source
  • RP = Red Plum
  • PG = Proctor and Gamble
Coupon Terms
  • WYB = When You Buy
  • B1G1 = Buy One Get One Free
  • .75/1 = 75 cents off one item
  • .75/3 = 75 cents off three items
  • EXP = Expiration Date

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Here are your national and local daily deals for today. My personal favorite is $100 of credit toward Picaboo for only $30! Enjoy the rest of the list.

Groupon Deals

Food & Beverages

Fresno– $25 of foldable sandals from Flexflop for $10.
– $40 of Spanish cooking ingredients Food Spain 101 for $20.
Grand Rapids
– $30 of spices from Milford Spice Company for $15.

– $20 of hot sauces from Mo Hotta Mo Betta for $10.
Fort Wayne
– $20 of chocolate from Chocolate.com for $10.  (Applies to shipping!)
Baton Rouge– $75 of organic meats and cheeses from Nature’s Prime Organic Foods for $35.

Roanoke– Pick $39 of organic coffee from The Bean Coffee Company for $19.
– $35 of sweets from Fancy Fortune for $15.
– $25 of teas and tea accessories from Tea District for $12.

Fort Myers
– $25 of custom shakes, bars, and more from You Bar for $12.
– $25 voucher for nuts, dried fruit, and more from Nutty Guys for $10.
Augusta– $40 of brownie gifts from Fairytale Brownies for just $20. (Applies to shipping!)

Magazine Deals

Fort Myers– 1-year subscription to Glamour magazine for $6.
– 1-year subscription to Guy Harvey magazine for $12.
Rio Grande Valley
– 1-year subscription to Natural Horse Magazine for $16.
New Orleans
– 1-year subscription and t-shirt to ESPN: The Magazine for $13.
Grand Rapids
– 15 issues from Food & Wine magazine for $12.

Photo & Art Deals

Philadelphia– $100 credit from Picaboo for $35. (Applies to shipping!)
– $100 of memory preservation from ScanDigital for $40.
Mobile– 16×20 gallery-wrapped photo canvas from Canvas on Demand  for $45. (Includes shipping!)

– 16×20 photo canvas from CafePress for $45. (Includes shipping!)
Las Vegas– 3-11 word art from Hal Jaffe Name Art for $60. (Includes shipping!)
Little Rock
– $25 of services and products at Picture Me Portrait Studios, Sears Portrait Studios, or Kiddie Kandids Studios for $10.
Bakersfield– 4′ x 1′ wall mural from Larger Than Life Prints for $35. (Includes shipping!)

Other Deals

Midland– $80 of eyeglasses and accessories from LensWay.com for $29.
Hampton Roads
– $50 of merchandise from Marbles: The Brain Store for $25.
– $35 of custom jewelry from Love Stamped for $17. (Includes shipping!)

Orange County– $20 of beauty solutions from Go-Girl for $10.
Little Rock
– Portable vibration speaker system from OrigAudio for $20.
Albany– $25 of customizable skins for your electronics from StyleFlip for $12. (Applies to shipping!)

$20 of electronics accessories from EverydaySource.com for $10.
– $25 of dog treats from Blissful Biscuits for $10. (Applies to shipping!)
Kansas City– a 3-month membership to the Beef Jerky of the Month Club for $25. (Includes shipping!)

Washington D.C.– Name a star after someone from Name A Star Live for $14.
–  “Trophies and Cheese” Packers t-shirt from Chou! for $12.
– $50 of wall decals from Dali Decals for $20.

Living Social Deals

Atlanta – 3-hour whitewater rafting trip from Whitewater Express for $24.
Greenville – Consultation and photo session from Phil Hyman Photography for $75.
Charlotte – 1-hour massage from Massage Therapy Studios for $35.
Chattanooga – Zoom teeth-whitening treatment from Kristen B. Kelly Family and Cosmetic Dentistry for $149.

Knoxville – 16 x 20 canvas and 5 x 7 mini canvas roll from Image Canvas for $39.
Raleigh – Massage, body wrap, and mani/pedi from Candy’s Place for $75.
Columbia – Teeth-whitening, exam, and more from Airport Family Dentistry for $125.

    • mmmdraco

      Ew. I hope thoe foldable sandals aren't edible.

    • Kellie

      Do you have to live in that city to take advantage of the deal?

      • Nope. But if it's not an online retailer, you may want to check and make sure that the deal isn't for one particular location.

    • mrsmadayar

      I bought my first groupon certificate the other day. It was a $10 off $20 to a local retailer. When my husband redeemed it they were very rude to him about it. He complained about several ways they treated him poorly b/c of the groupon, but the biggest thing is that they wouldn't give him a receipt b/c they said he couldn't bring his purchase back for any reason b/c the store owner was losing money.

      I was hoping some more experienced groupon users could tell me if they have ever experienced anything like this before, or is this an isolated incident. I'm really hoping the problem is just the people at this one store (in which case we wouldn't do business there anymore) b/c I'd really like to keep using groupon. I've bought some half off gift certificates through our local radio stations from neofill before and never had trouble with those (but those were for food & bowling and not retail purchases). I guess I expected groupon certificates to be the same and was disappointed when the little treat I gave to my husband turned out to be a bad experience.

      • Heather

        I had a somewhat similar experience with Groupon. I bought a $50 Gap groupon for $25. I used it with no problem and got a gift receipt as I bought 2 shirts for my husband. My total was $75 or so. Well, the shirts didn't fit so I brought the shirts back with the gift receipt to exchange. For some reason I didn't keep the original receipt. Anyway, when I tried to exchange them they only gave me credit for the $25 that I paid over and above the groupon! When I complained I was advised that the $50 was paid to groupon and they would not give me credit for it. They were polite but very firm. It was very annoying. I will still buy groupons but not for retail!

      • elizabeth

        I have purchased and used many, many groupons and have only had two experiences that were negative. One was a local landscaper who was overwhelmed with the requests, and continually complained about how everyone wanted lawn service ASAP. I cut him a break and didn't complain to groupon about him, because he really did try to give good service and learned the hard way that next time, he needed to limit the number of groupons he offered or just advertise a different way.
        The other negative we experienced was at Coldwater Creek–they were so rude once they realized we were redeeming a groupon, and then insisted that they ring us up in such a way that what should have been free after the $50 groupon, they said we owed them $30. We were ill, left, and then ordered online, redeeming it for the same sale items just fine. I did complain to groupon and they credited my account with $10 (which was not my purpose in complaining) Groupon has excellent customer service, and I personally only complain to them if the retailer is rude or uncooperative. Some businesses don't realize how ~big~ groupon is, and can oversell groupons if they aren't careful. They have to make sure they have plenty of staff and time to accommodate everything they sell! HTH :)

      • I would be sure to let Groupon know of the issue. If I remember correctly there is a place on their website that you can rate a business. Groupon has always given me great customer service, and if they don't know about the businesses being unprofessional, they can't confront it!

      • mrsmadayar

        Thanks everybody. I went on their site just now & told them about our experience. Maybe my next Groupon purchase will go better.

    • Laurie

      I love Groupon and I love photobook deals!

    • Kristy

      So excited to see the Picaboo groupon. I have purchased several of their photobooks and they are awesome quality!!

    • Prsol

      GROUPON: RED BOX offer

      3 movies for $1.00. Offer ends on Tuesday 3/1/11 (movie rental good until June 2011) :D