Wednesday, December 1, 2010

Groupons 12/1

Happy December! It's blowing like crazy outside today!!! Below are today's Groupon deals. There are a lot of carryovers from yesterday, but also a few new items. Many of these would make great gift ideas, or just allow you to purchase the gift at a lower price.

If you're going to be in Orlando between now and June 2nd, this is an awesome deal:
Orlando: $199 for 8 laps of Indy Car racing at Walt Disney World Speedway ($424 value!). This is a rollover deal from yesterday. I haven't personally done it, but I have a lot of friends who have and they've all raved about the experience. 

Here are a few of the local deals:

NYC: $349 for an All-Inclusive Healing Weekend Cleansing Retreat With American Yogini. Choose From Three Options. ($749 value) Find Today's Daily Deal on the Best in New York!

NYC: $69 for Two Hours of Handyman Services from Yellow Van Handyman ($180 Value) 

Find Today's Daily Deal on the Best in New York!

Online Deals:
There are some other Groupons worth checking out below. Since they're all online deals, anyone in the country can take advantage of them. Just click the link below each city to go directly to that page.

Nashville: $12 for $26 Worth of Coffee from The Bean Coffee Company

Oklahoma City: $35 for a "Big Wall Graphic" Panoramic Wall Mural from LTL Prints ($84 Value) Find Today's Daily Deal on the Best in Oklahoma City!

Minneapolis/St. Paul: $60 for Three to 11 Letters of Name Art from Hal Jaffe Name Art ($159.90 Value) Find Today's Daily Deal on the Best in Minneapolis and Saint Paul!

Kansas City: $40 for $100 Worth of Memory Preservation from ScanDigital Photo and Video Digitization. (It's on the right under "online deal").

Boston: $65 for a Harry Potter Wall-Art Bundle from Harry Potter Wall Art Find Today's Daily Deal on the Best in Boston!

Atlanta: $20 for $40 toward Cheesecakes, Cookies, Brownies and More at Find Today's Daily Deal on the Best in Atlanta!

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