Here’s your no brainer deal of the day: Buy a $25 Papa John’s gift card for full price, and Groupon will toss in a pair of free one topping pizzas to go with it. Enough said. [$25 Papa John’s Gift Card + 2 Free Pizzas, $25]
Update: We’ve heard from a reader saying that Brookstone has made BB-8 ineligible for the Groupon voucher. Probably best to hold off until we get clarification.
SONOS is basically the be-all, end-all of premium, multi-room home audio systems, and their excellent PLAY:1 speaker is $29 off today. That’s not a huge discount, but these speakers hardly ever go on sale outside of Black Friday, and even then, the discounts are pretty minimal. [SONOS PLAY:1, $171 with code EPIC3]
Google’s Chromecast has been kicking around for quite awhile, and if you still own any TVs without one attached, you can fix that for just $24 today. That’s $20 + $4 shipping, but if you find something else on Groupon Goods (say, a second Chromecast) to bring your order over $30, it’ll ship for free. When you add in…
Update 2: It's back. Cool!
You're not going to find anymore gun-related deals on Groupon, at least temporarily. The company says the entire fire arms category is under review:
Remember that deal you purchased on Groupon—$30 for a $50 laser hair removal? It expired, and your unibrow has grown out of control. But you're in luck. Groupon has agreed to pay an $8.5 million settlement in a class action lawsuit claiming that expiration dates are illegal. Better yet, the court also ruled that you…
Several Internet bargain hunters wanting to visit Vegas on the cheap found out the hard way that some deals are just too good to be true.
The inherent problem with voucher sites like Groupon is that you pay up front, so if a merchant screws you or won't accept a coupon, you're very probably stuck dealing with the voucher site. Enter Voucher Complaints.
The place you'd go to flog your ex-fiancée's engagement ring is now online, thanks to the Groupon founders. Apparently they want to pull the shame out of pawning your belongings for a quick cash-loan, with their new investment, Pawngo.
Amazon's entrance to the Daily Deal's website is an interesting one. AmazonLocal, from the looks of it, seems like any other Groupon-clone. But if you look closer, AmazonLocal is aggregating deals, instead of offering it themselves.
Looking to broaden their respective reaches, Groupon and Live Nation have huddled close in some small, dark corner of the internet to spawn GrouponLive, a new "online ticketing deals marketplace." There's no real meat to the press release in terms of what kind of deals we can expect to see out of the pairing, but I…
Looking at the previous night's drunk texts can be a "My God, what am I doing with my life" moment. So too will be the realization that you're being paid ten cents to watch an ad on Facebook. Coming soon!
Facebook's believed to be opening the lid on Deals for the US today, which will bring Groupon-like offers and coupons like parts of Europe (and Canada) have seen. If you check out Facebook Deals' site, it mentions that "Deals will be available soon in Atlanta, Austin, Dallas, San Diego and San Francisco." Expect more…
Groupon! Never before have you been offered so many art classes at such low, low prices. And while the site's bread and butter is often, well, bread and butter at a semi-fashionable local restaurant, one recent deal offered a whopping $12,500 discount. Too bad it's not for you.
It's something you may've noticed cashiers fumbling with in the past—those paper print-outs you hand them when buying your cheap burrito/manicure/American Apparel leotard. So it's understandable that Verifone wants to work with Groupon and retailers, making dedicated Groupon buttons for cash registers. [BusinessWeek…