$35 for $100 Worth of Eyeglasses from Coastalcontacts.com

Living Social in a new “Groupon-like” site.  I check their deals every day and if they are worth mentioning I will post them.

Today’s certainly merits a mention!  For $35 you can get $100 worth of credit toward eyeglasses at Coastal Contacts (I wish they would expand this to include contact lenses!). 

You do have to pay for shipping, but I still think this is a deal worth checking out.  Click here to get started!

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Groupon- Half Price Ink

The ink deal popped up again! 

Ink is crazy expensive but there is a Groupon today that can help with that expense. 

You can get $20 to spend online at EverydaySource for only $10.

EverydaySource sells electronic accessories, like cell phone chargers and such.  BUT they also sell ink.

So if you use a lot of ink (say to print coupons) this is a great way to get half-price ink.

PLUS shipping is included in this Groupon deal (if it is not on the main page, look on the right sidebar)

I am sorry I am getting this posted so late tonight- it expires at midnight!

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Welcome WVEC Viewers

If you saw the interview on WVEC this morning and decided to stop by, thanks for checking out my site! Feel free to look around at all the great deals!

If you like what you see consider becoming my friend on facebook, following me on twitter or getting the deals e-mailed to you each day!

Here are the deals we talked about today:

Printable Coupons for Super Doubles

Harris Teeter Super Double Coupons

Subway Stores Free Coffee

Make $2 at Rite Aid This Week

Nationwide Give Away: A Filled Coupon Book

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Eversave: $15 for $40 of Eco-Friendly Stationary Items

Today’s deal on Eversave is really cute if you are a person who likes stationary and notepads or needs a calendar (oh yeah, I need to buy one of those for my house).

Today you can get $40 worth of eco-friendly, artistic greeting cards, calendars and note pads for $15 from Good On Paper design.  Just be sure to enter the Promo Code TGIF when you check out (it will give you an extra $3 off the $18 price). 

The only downer is that this doesn’t include shipping, which should be about $6.

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Living Social: $20 – $30 Whole Foods Gift Boxes

I am so jealous of anyone who has a Whole Foods nearby.  I got to go in one when I was on vacation in DC and it was so cool!

Today on Living Social you can get one of five Whole Foods Market Gift Boxes for as low as $20 (save 50%).  This also includes FREE shipping.

Here is the info given about the gift boxes:

Stop running past what’shername’s cubicle every day; spend $30 and treat her to either a Gift of Grub gift box featuring sausage, shortbread, nuts, and caramels or a You’re Zenzational box full of bath supplies (regularly $60). Spend only $25 and choose from either a You Rock Box o’ Choc or Get Warm, Get Fuzzy gift box (a $50 value). Or, send an appropriately vague greeting and invite her to open a Ciao Down gift box full of Italian foods for only $20 (a $40 value).

This would be a really unique gift for someone!  Click here to go to Living Social, click on “more deals” and select Dayton to take advantage of this sale! 

Thanks Coupon Cravings!

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Groupon Deals 1/6

Groupon now has added a guarantee on any purchase you make through them: “Nothing is more important to us than treating our customers well. If you ever feel like Groupon let you down, give us a call and we’ll return your purchase – simple as that.”

So, if you are thinking of purchasing a Groupon you are able to contact them if you are not happy with your purchase!

If you are new to Groupon, click here to sign up!

The deal from Hampton Roads today is $20 for $40 Worth of Sushi, Hibachi, Drinks, and More at Soya Sushi Bar & Bistro in Virginia Beach.

And here are the deals you can take advantage of no matter where you live:

Anchorage - Purchase $40 worth of shirts, hats, and more from Mad Industry for $20.  Can be used toward shipping.

Phoenix - Snag a few bridal accessories at IrisD Bridal for $15.

Vancouver - Get 3 Grainstorm artisan baking mixes for $10. Shipping is $10, unless you live in Ontario where it’s $5.

San Jose – Get a chicken soup care package (64 oz. mason jar of soup, rolls, cookies, spa socks, and more) from Spoonful of Comfort for $35. Shipping is included.

Houston - Frame The Alphabet is offering customized alphabet frames for $74.  Shipping is included for continental US.

Washington DC – Have a photo made into a 16″x20″ gallery-wrapped canvas from Picture It On Canvas for $39. Shipping is included.

Thanks Groupon Girl

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Eversave: Portable, Expandable Vases

You know how some products in life you can’t decide if they are genius or kind of crazy?  Today’s Eversave deal is that way. 

I told you I would only post Eversave deals if they are good, but I just can’t help posting this one to get your reaction.

Today you can get $25 worth of portable, expandable and oh-so-giftable vases from VazuUsa.com for $12.  Basically it’s a vase that collapses (sort of like how you can fold up a paper bag).  Their sales pitch is that you can travel with it and set up at your convenience.  They also have a video on their site that you can watch to see how it works. 

I do like the patterns and think they are pretty but I don’t have flowers around much, so I am not an authority in this area.

So what do you think, would you use it?

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Groupon Deals of the Day 1/5

Groupon now has added a guarantee on any purchase you make through them: “Nothing is more important to us than treating our customers well. If you ever feel like Groupon let you down, give us a call and we’ll return your purchase – simple as that.”

So, if you are thinking of purchasing a Groupon you are able to contact them if you are not happy with your purchase!

If you are new to Groupon, click here to sign up!

The deal from Hampton Roads today is $69 for Three Hours of Home Cleaning from MaidPro ($138 Value).  (Guys- this could be an excellent Valentines Present!)

And here are the deals you can take advantage of no matter where you live:

Birmingham - Purchase a personalized teddy bear that you can load with lullabies and your own recordings for the special kids in your life from Cuddletunes for $30.  Shipping not included.  Valid beginning 1/8/11.

Fort Lauderdale - Get $40 worth of shoes, accessories, and more from Shoebacca.com for $20. Free ground shipping is included for the continental US.

Oshawa - Get a $100 credit to use toward Picaboo photo books, cards, and calendars for just $35. Plus, this Groupon can be used toward shipping!

Toronto - Get a 4-foot-wide, 1-foot-tall panoramic wall mural for $35 from Larger Than Life Prints.  Shipping included.

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Moolala: The New Daily Deals Site

I know I have been letting you know about lots of new websites in the last week or so.  But this one is a chance for YOU to make some money so I wanted to mention it!

Moolala is a new daily deals site in it’s very first stages.  They are trying to spread the word through bloggers like me to our great readers!

Like all the other sites, you save between 50% and 70% on their daily deals.  However (and here is where it gets good)…

“To start with, we’ll pay you 2% of the deal value on any purchase you make. Then, if you refer friends, we’ll pay you 2% of the deal value your friends buy. But it doesn’t stop there. You’ll also receive 2% on any deal your friends’ friends purchase, and your friends’ friends’ friends purchase, and your friends’ friends’ friends’ friends purchase. It’s a 2% 5-level rewards system. And these aren’t one-time referral fees. As long as people in your PayMatrix are buying deals, we’ll keep paying you – forever.”

In other words, the more people you get to sign up and the more people they get to sign up the more money you can make! 

This site is in it’s infancy (it’s not even available in my area yet) but I went ahead and signed up, because they may not offer this pay structure forever.

So if you want to sign up, please use my link here (as a thank you for letting you know about it).  And then let your friends and family know so you can spread the wealth and the great deals!

As soon as they are up and running in Hampton Roads, I will do a big post about it!

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Groupon Deals of the Day 1/4

Groupon now has added a guarantee on any purchase you make through them: “Nothing is more important to us than treating our customers well. If you ever feel like Groupon let you down, give us a call and we’ll return your purchase – simple as that.”

So, if you are thinking of purchasing a Groupon you are able to contact them if you are not happy with your purchase!

If you are new to Groupon, click here to sign up!

The deal from Hampton Roads today is $35 for $70 Worth of Dinner Fare or $10 for $25 Worth of Upscale Lunch or Brunch Fare at Brent’s.

And here are the deals you can take advantage of no matter where you live:

Raleigh/Durham – Pick $40 worth of gourmet cheeses, sauces, treats, and more from igourmet.com for just $20.  You can apply the Groupon toward ground shipping too.

New Orleans – Snag a bottle of high-end artisanal olive oil from Olio Taibi for $25, including free shipping.

Detroit - Get $20 worth of electronics accessories from EverydaySource.com for $10.  Shipping included.

Houston - Get a 16″x20″ Canvas on Demand gallery-wrapped photo canvas for just $45- 65% off the regular price. Photo canvases are usually pretty pricey, so this is a great deal! And since the canvas is gallery-wrapped, you won’t need a frame.

Houston - Get a chicken soup care package (64 oz. mason jar of soup, rolls, cookies, spa socks, and more) from Spoonful of Comfort for $35. Shipping is included.

Thanks Groupon Girl!

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