Groupon Coupons – Helping Me Keep The Budget Master Happy

*Although this is a sponsored post, all opinions are mine*

As some of you may already know, I lovingly nicknamed my husband “The Budget Master” due to his financial prowess, and comprehensive knowledge of what is going on with our finances at any moment in time.

Due to being married to The Budget Master, I am always looking for ways to save money (or ways to shop more, depending how you look at it) in order to keep The Budget Master happy. When a shopaholic and a budget Master get married, there has to be a bit of compromise on both ends. One way to do this is by using Groupon Coupons.

Groupon Coupons is a site that offers exclusive coupons to be used at other retailers. The website is very user-friendly, and you can get started immediately. When you click a coupon, a box pops up with your coupon code, and you’re all set to shop!


A few of the things I really love about Groupon Coupons is that:

  • they’re instant (just click and you get the coupon code; no waiting for emails or anything)
  • they offer coupons from retailers that I actually buy from, such as Carter’sMacy’sNordstrom, and Kohl’s

Now, I know what you’re thinking: “Steph – you live in Canada. You can’t order stuff online from all the stores in the US.” Don’t worry, I realize this, and while it breaks my heart that many US companies leave us Canadians high and dry (I’m looking at you, Kohl’s!), a lot of the coupons offered can actually be used in store too! It will help offset costs and exchange for cross-border shopping trips!

Using Groupon Coupons is a really easy way to save money. Put the app on your phone, and remember to check for coupons whenever you’re shopping online or in-store! Just think of all the extra shopping you can do with the money you save!

You can connect with Groupon on Facebook and Twitter.

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