Save Money (& de-clutter your purse) with Groupon Coupons!

This is a sponsored post featuring #GrouponCoupons.  All opinions are mine.

grouponSo I love a good coupon.  Saving money feels so good.  But I hate clipping coupons.  And I doubly hate managing a stack of miscellaneous coupons for various stores, all with different expiration dates.  I’ve tried the little coupon files that fit in your purse.  I’ve tried the well-organized binder approach.  But the bottom line is there is SO MUCH PAPER that comes into the house on a regular basis (think school stuff, junk mail, etc) that I literally feel stressed out when I see a stack of shopping ads on the counter.  I can’t do it anymore.

I’m not above trying to save money, though!  Thank goodness for Groupon Coupons!

Groupon Coupons are available to just about any store you could be interested in, and they’re accessible on your phone!  You can browse their offers before you go, or while you’re shopping.  There are so many good deals right now.  Here are a few of my favorite offers….but check out to see what’s new today!

Target: 15% off, anyone?

Starbucks:  Great coupons off their merchandise and ground coffee and more.  Maybe some new cute coffee mugs for your Mom for Mother’s Day?

Sam’s:  If you’re not a member, here’s your chance to snag a discount on a membership!

Panera:  My family loves Panera, so I’ll definitely take advantage of this one.

Disney Store:  There’s always a birthdays coming up, whether it’s your kids’ or one of their friends.

Old Navy:  Yay, a discount for cute summer clothes!

Travelocity:  Planning your Memorial Day or Summer vacation?  Hello, additional 15% off!

Check out the deals for yourself, and feel GREAT about saving money while not adding a single piece of paper to your counter top or purse!!

You can also check their current deals out on Facebook (because you’re there all the time anyway, aren’t you?) and Twitter.

Happy Coupon-ing!


4 Replies to “Save Money (& de-clutter your purse) with Groupon Coupons!”

  1. Is there a better combination than saving money and decluttering? I love your tips.
    Coupons is not a big thing here, but we take advantage of the ones we get every time.
    Thanks for sharing it.

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