Do you use Groupon?

Do you participate in Groupon (group coupons) deals? What have you bought and was it successful?

Do you use Groupon?Getty Images/Scott Olson

 

Liked this question? Tell your friends about it

3 Answers

Order by
Oldest to Newest
Newest to Oldest
Votes

No, haven't used them yet..

 

Sweet G

5/29

Delilah cut Sampson's hair and forced him into servitude and demise, powerful is woman, strong and vigilant, she brought her men off battlefields to carry them on her back to safety or to burial

No, here's why?

1.      Most discount marketing companies require your deal be at least 50% off your regular price.

2.      You have to pay the discount marketing company (Groupon, BuyWithMe, etc.) 50% of the purchase price. So if you agree to sell a $100 deal for $50, you have to give the marketing company $25 for each deal sold.

 

Daily Deals

yes i deal with groupon and obviously it is very helpful.It brings you new information.Also i get information about groupon from the site http://www.dealsextra.com.au/groupon-australia/.

You can also try this.

More Questions

How do you buy Groupon stock?

Not yet public. I hear Yahoo is getting ready to buy Grouon, for a few billion dollars! Keep your fingers crossed.

What can I do with my unused groupons?

Hi Jackie. If they're coupons from daily deal sites (e.g. Groupon, LivingSocial, etc.) you can resell them on http://www.lifesta.com . It's a daily deal exchange where you can sell unused groupons or buy ones you missed.

Where do I find the COMPUTER PROGRAM to run a Groupon-like site?

You can hire a social networking developer to build your own version of it. Hopefully with a new spin. Whenever you purchase cheap software packages for social networks, you are opening yourself up to bugs, critical errors and security issues especially if your receiving credit cards online ...

Getting by on coupons

I would my fave discount site is www.Deals-4-me.com you can subscribe for free, they only send out 1 email a day but always has amazing deals and often feature electronics and gadgets although the main thing they offer is like 50% local restaurants and things like that.