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Save Money at Christmas with Groupon

Disclosure: I am being compensated for this post which is kindly sponsored by Groupon. All thoughts and opinions expressed here are my own and haven’t been influenced in any way.

Christmas is often a time of year which is dreaded by many adults who celebrate this season. Although the Christmas period can be a fun and festive time of year for families and friends, it doesn’t deny the fact that money is tighter at this time of year.

When it comes to Christmas shopping, some people are really prepared and buy all their gifts months in advance whereas other people like myself, wait until the last minute to buy it all!

Whether you are prepared or a last minute shopper, Groupon gives you the ability to save money on products you may already be buying. Groupon also allows you to browse categories of interest to find the perfect present for that family member who is difficult to please. You could then buy yourself a treat with the money you save!

Groupon is wonderful because it collects together a huge variety of goods all in one place from different companies and services meaning that you don’t have to spend hours searching for that perfect gift. Groupon also gives you the chance to save money on experiences and events.

Want to get a family member a small token to show how much you love them? Groupon has you covered. An example of a product I would consider purchasing as a Christmas gift would be the following t-shirt “Best Grandpa In the Galaxy.” The t-shirts are a simple but effective way of showing your loved ones how much they mean to you.


One of the things I love about Groupon Goods is the fact that a lot of the goods on their website are easily able to be customized. This may be from simply allowing you to choose a sizing of a product to having different designs of the product available. Through Groupon you get a 65% discount on this product that you wouldn’t normally get if you purchased with the retailer directly which is pretty awesome.

Groupon also allows you to purchase unique Groupon Goods that will mean a lot to friends and family. If you have that friend whom you want to buy a sentimental present for but you don’t have a lot of money to spend on them then Groupon is the place to go.

This bracelet is something I would seriously consider buying for a close friend of mine whom I feel would love the product. The product is simple but effective providing my friend with a sentimental memory of our friendship while being affordable. Groupon helps you to find great affordable goods for those closest to you, all collated into one site for convenience.


Groupon Goods also allow you to easily share them with your friends and family with just a few clicks. This is great if you know someone who has been looking to purchase a certain type of product, you can then link them to it directly. They will even save money. This product has a massive 88% off the retail price which you wouldn’t get anywhere else.

Have that one friend or sibling that is a massive gamer? What about a child? Well you can even buy consoles, controllers and games for that inner gamer! This is a great way for parents to buy their kids Christmas presents. Although, an Xbox is pretty expensive, all savings add up. Even just being able to save a small amount on a purchase like this is a great relief to any parent who has a demanding and exhaustive Christmas list or multiple children to buy for.

Below in a simple Xbox 360 controller with a 30% discount. That is $15 of savings. Children break things really easy so the fact that parents can save 30% on a simple controller is a godsend if they end up needing to replace more in the future!


The goods that appear on Groupon Goods are wide and varied. You can purchase anything from Xbox controllers to bracelets to TV’s and beyond.

Why don’t you head to Groupon Goods to check out how much money you can save on presents this Christmas season?

You can also follow Groupon on social media at: Groupon Facebook and Groupon Twitter

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