Groupon Deals of the Day 12/13

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!

The deal from Hampton Roads today is $20 for $40 Worth of European Eats and Drinks at Monastery Restaurant.  I don’t usually comment on Groupons but I will tell you right now- this is one of my favorite places to eat.  Period.  In the whole world.  Their service is top notch and their food is spectacular.  If you have never been it is worth the trip!

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

Atlanta, Austin, Boston, Chicago, Dallas, Denver, Houston, Kansas City, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, Nashville, New York City, Phoenix, Portland, San Diego, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis, and Washington DC Holiday Stores- For $15, get a $25 credit good for microlending projects on Kiva.org. If you haven’t looked into Kiva they are tackling poverty in a very sustainable, empowering way. Groupon and other sponsors are off-setting the cost for donors.

Napa/Sonoma- Golden State Fruit is offering $50 towards fresh fruit and gift baskets for $25. Plus, right now, shipping is free on all gifts.

Denver Holiday Store- Pattern Body Wash is offering 4 full-size bottles of body wash for $34, including free shipping.

St. Louis (Deals Nearby)- Get a Hydros water bottle with built-in filtration system for $15. Shipping is not included.

Richmond, Hampton Roads, Washington DC, Phoenix, Fresno, Modesto, and several other U.S. cities- Zazzle.com is offering $50 worth of customizable gifts for $25. Shipping is not included, and the Groupon can’t be used on custom photo stamps.

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