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The best of Promo Codes Discounts from Top Retailers at Groupon :

Groupon codes and discount coupons
Since its launch in 2008, the daily deal Web site Groupon has become so popular and so profitable that it passed on a $6 billion buyout offer from Google in December 2010 .The deals offered daily through Groupon start at 50 percent off and can go as high as 90 percent cheaper than the normal price .Groupon Discount Coupons are availed by some of the top retailers like Sears, Sports Authority and Home Depot

The deals offered daily through Groupon start at 50 percent off and can go as high as 90 percent cheaper than the normal price. Groupon's business model   can offer such steep discounts because it guarantees business owners a minimum return on their investment.

 As of September 2014, Groupon is the most-visited coupon website in the United States with approximately 30 million unique monthly visitors and accounts for 59.1 percent of the U.S. daily deal market.


Here are the top promo codes and Discounts offered by the top Retailers  at groupon. To redeem the offer, click on the links below  


 Home Depot Promo Code & Coupon Discounts  :Up To 50% Off Special Buy Appliances At Home Depot

 Sears Coupon and Promo Codes : $35 Off $300+ Patio Furniture Order With Coupon Code


Sports Authority Coupon Discounts : FREE Shipping on Shoes, Clothes $49+ Orders







June 6, 2012

Groupon Stocks Plunge as founders Loose Billions

Groupon founders tally billions in paper losses - Chicago Sun-Times: "Groupon’s Big Three — founder Andrew Mason and founding investors Brad Keywell and Eric Lefkofsky — have lost roughly half of their multi-billion-dollar holdings since the daily deal site’s stock started tanking.

Last week saw the Groupon shares tumbled 9% as Employees and other insiders are required to wait before selling their stock following a company's initial public offering. Groupon's lock-up period expired on June 1st,2012. Groupon 's falling shares on the NASDAQ are in line with what most technology Companies are seeing in Q2, are down about 26% over the past week.

There hasn't been any major news specific to Groupon -- other than the so-called lockup expiration that allows insiders to sell to explain this week's sell-off. But several Internet companies have tumbled along with Facebook. Since the social network's IPO about two weeks ago, Facebook shares are down more than 30%.


Monday's decline brings Groupon's market capitalization to about $5.8 billion. That's less than the roughly $6 billion that Google offered to buy Groupon in December 2010. 

Groupon's CEO Andrew Mason’s stock holdings had been halved since Groupon’s Nov. 4 public stock offering, based on the $20 initial share price and its trading price Tuesday, to about a $500 million value from $1 billion; Keywell’s value had slid to roughly $395.8 million from $824.5 million and Lefkofsky to $1.24 billion from $2.58 billion, according to independent estimates by two sources."



February 3, 2012

Online Coupons see 629% Growth in India




Number of Online Shoppers Climbs 18 Percent in the Past Year
In November 2011, 27.2 million online users in India age 15 and older accessed the Retail category from a home or work computer, which was  an increase of 18% compared to last year


According to Comscore data, as of Dec, 2011Indian online space saw Coupons as the most visible vertical with 7.6 million visitors, which is an  629% increase compared to last year. Consumer Electronics ranked next with 7.1 million visitors growing 12 percent from the previous year, while 5.8 million online users visited Comparison Shopping sites, an increase of 25 percent from the previous year.


Snapdeal.com and Mydala.com Lead the Coupons Category
In November 2011, 7.6 million Indians visited Coupon sites, representing 16.5 percent of Internet users in the market. Snapdeal.com led the category with 5.2 million visitors, followed by Mydala.com with 1.4 million visitors and Crazeal.com with nearly 1 million visitors.

January 23, 2012

November 29, 2011

150,000 Black Friday vouchers Sold by LivingSocial






LivingSocial sold roughly 150,000 “Black Friday” vouchers over the weekend, as the daily deal operator for the first time entered the day-after-Thanksgiving fray with offers from national retailers, magazine publishers and wireless carriers.

The daily deal operator rolled a set of nine offers for three days, starting on the day after Thanksgiving, commonly known as Black Friday. Shoppers  bought a voucher for $20 worth of merchandise from OfficeMax Inc. for $10 that is redeemable at any of the retailer’s bricks-and-mortar stores or online. OfficeMax is No. 9 in the Internet Retailer Top 500 Guide. Those national deals were a departure from the usual offers from LivingSocial and competitor Groupon, which mostly are for local businesses.

LivingSocial sold 56,815 one-year magazine subscriptions for a number of Hearst Corp. magazine titles, including Elle, Esquire and Country Living. The deal, which cost $5, was the best selling offer of the weekend. Consumers also bought 41,094 OfficeMax vouchers and 24,463 vouchers for $50 worth of merchandise for $25 from Verizon Wireless.