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How Groupon Can Save Your Summer! #GrouponCoupons #ad #spon



Having fun in the summer time can get a little....expensive. And I don't know about you but I tend to run out of ideas really fast when it comes to thinking of ways that I can have fun or help others have fun. Ha ha. 

So I wanted to point your attention in the direction of the amazing things you can do with Groupon to save YOUR summer. 

First we all know about Groupon deals right? Well that's just the beginning and if you haven't wandered into the world of Groupon any time recently than I highly HIGHLY recommend you do now.

1) Clearance sales.

There are a lot of things you can find at deep discounts over at the Groupon clearance sale section. Seriously if you have something in mind you need, check over there first. Like this tailgate quad chair. Or this banzai splash water slide. Or this quadcopter drone. 



But if you can't imagine buying something from Groupon in their clearance side, or if you have your sites on something specific, they have great coupons you can take advantage of too . Like 20% off Busch Gardens in Tampa or this amazing deal you can find for Hotels.com (40% off!).

3) Getaways

And if you are planning a trip and you don't know where to go, make sure you peruse the getaways section. It just makes me want to travel so much browsing around these offers! Just take a look at this garden retreat in Oregon wine country! 

Makes for great gifts too!


But if you want to stay in your neighborhood, Groupon has deal for you there too. Just start looking around what you can have in your neck of the woods and there will be so much summer inspiration happening, I'm sure of it. 


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This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine.

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