I love whenever we see thrift shops show up on the likes of Groupon. It’s rare, but they’re almost always a good deal!
Such is the case today, because $20 will get you a $40 Groupon to spend at Housing Works Thrift Shops across the city! Proceeds from purchases at Housing Works Thrift Shops benefit HIV/AIDS Advocacy.
You can use your Groupon at any of Housing Works’ 12 locations through June 12, 2013.
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NYC is full of amazing restaurants, but sometimes quick, tasty, and dependable is all you’re looking for. That’s what you’ll get with one of today’s Groupons, as $10 will get you $20 to spend on pancakes and other deliciousness at the IHOP on 14th in the East Village.
Groupon is only available for use Mondays through Thursdays and expires May 2, 2012.
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Fantastic news! The Groupon/Old Navy deal is back! It’s one of our favorite Groupons of all time so we’re always happy to see it appear.
Right now you can snag a $20 Groupon to Old Navy for just $10! The Groupon is valid only for in-store purchases made through January 28, 2012.
My recommendation? Use this in the days immediately following Christmas to get the most bang for your buck! Old Navy always has amazing after-Christmas sales!
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Heart Pro Petite
Nothing says “I love you” more than a MIO Heart-Rate Watch, right? 😉
This actually is a spectacular gift if someone you love is working hard to get in shape, or they plan on doing it in 2012. This fab MIO helps track your heart rate as well as well as other fitness stats. Thanks to Groupon you can get a MIO for as little as $25 today – down from the normal price of $69.99!
There are a couple of different options from which you can choose:
- For $25, you get a Heart Pro heart-rate watch with heart-health guide from MIO(a $69.99 value).
- For $25, you get a Heart Pro Petite heart-rate watch with heart-health guide from MIO (a $69.99 value).
- For $39, you get a Motiva Heart Rate Watch with heart-health guide and bonus band from MIO (a $100 value).
Shipping will add $4.95 per watch.
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Have any of you been following the apparent implosion happening over at Groupon? I think it’s incredibly fascinating.
Some of their head people have quit after only a couple of months on the job. There are reports that Groupon HAS to keep selling new deals to pay off previous companies they’ve worked with. They’ve delayed their IPO. The founder sends out weird/inappropriate emails to the staff. The The staff is filing class action lawsuits because they’re not being paid overtime. It’s crazy stuff, folks. Better than any soap opera.
It looks like they’ve got a new venture they’re rolling out: Groupon Goods.
Groupon Goods are discounted items that you can buy for a limited time, similar to what you might find on a site like Woot.com. In the deal above you could snag an Altrec iphone/iPod Speaker Dock for $40 – down from it’s $100 price tag. This product sells for $77 at Amazon, so after a very brief search this does appear to be a good deal.
According to the Google Goods FAQ, “Groupon Goods features really good deals on great products. To get airspace on Groupon Goods, a product has to be cool enough to share and innovative enough to inspire.”
Are we heading toward a revamping of the daily deal sites, where they all start to get away from selling vouchers for services, and start selling items in a limited format?
What do you think about Groupon Goods?