Groupon Deals of the Day 12/21

by Laura on December 21, 2010

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 $25 for a One-Hour Horseback-Riding Lesson at Sarkozi Training Centre.

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

Atlanta- Get a one-year subscription to ESPN: The Magazine, a one-year subscription to the online ESPN Insider, an iPad app, and a hat for $13. The offer is valid for new ESPN magazine subscribers only.

Gainesville- For $30, you’ll get 3 accessories from Send the Trend, giving you a savings of $59. Shipping is included.  Shopping with Send the Trend seems like a pretty neat process.  You’ll take a survey when you first start shopping, then your store selections are based on your survey answers.

Atlanta Holiday Store- Snag $35 worth of jewelry and accessories from ShopTheLook.net for $15. Shipping is included.

Los Angeles Holiday Store- Get $50 worth of posters, framed art, and more from Art.com for $25. Shipping is included.

Los Angeles- Get a 3 to 11 letter piece of word art from Hal Jaffe Name Art for $60. Shipping is included.

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