3 Course Sunday Roast for 4 for £16 at Waggon and Horses (Value £39.80) @ Groupon - HotUKDeals
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I have never been to the Waggon and Horses, but if I was in the area, i'd definately try it out with this Groupon offer! 3 course meal for 4 people for £16 - thats £4 per person for a 3 course meal!!

* Choice of top side of beef, loin of pork, Wortley lamb (£1 supplement) or roast turkey breast
* Vegetarian alternative available
* Three course meal each
* Locally sourced produce
* Four Sunday sittings: 12pm, 2pm, 4pm and 6pm

Peckish patrons are offered a three course traditional home cooked Sunday dinner for them and three others for £16 instead of £39.80. The Waggon and Horses' take on the weekend institution begins with a choice of soup or fruit juice and goes on to include a choice of top side of beef, loin of pork, Wortley lamb or roast turkey breast. To accessorise the meaty offerings, the meals include seasonal vegetables, roast potatoes and homemade yorkshire pudding. In a sugary climax, guests can choose one of the hand crafted desserts.
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1 Like #1
after seeing groupon on watchdog last week kinda put me off all groupon deals
#2
pazza101
after seeing groupon on watchdog last week kinda put me off all groupon deals

Why were they on watchdog?
#3
cath1510
pazza101
after seeing groupon on watchdog last week kinda put me off all groupon deals


Why were they on watchdog?

Google it!
Seems to be "hit and miss" experience with Groupon, according to Watchdog. Probably shouldn't book anything important through Groupon.
#4
I've never had a problem with Groupon, always been able to redeem my vouchers and had some fantastic bargains... it gets the thumbs up from me!
#5
Here is the article pazza101 was referring to...
http://www.bbc.co.uk/blogs/watchdog/2011/04/groupon_deals.html

I think if there is a problem, Groupon will try and accommodate by means of a refund or alternative.

I still think its a great site.
#6
No problems with groupon :) only good deals for me. Voted hot.
#7
Groupon are awesome, that was such a non-story on Watchdog, just like most of the program nowaways. People were complaining about situations in which they had already been refunded? Bore off and get a life.
Whenever I have had a problem I have been given credit, and have saved a fortune using them. Great company.
#8
Hi

Just wanted to say i agree with tomwenn, i have has some great buys through groupon, and so far only had one problem which they refunded to my payment method, not even just in groupon credit
banned#9
tomwenn
Groupon are awesome, that was such a non-story on Watchdog, just like most of the program nowaways. People were complaining about situations in which they had already been refunded? Bore off and get a life.
Whenever I have had a problem I have been given credit, and have saved a fortune using them. Great company.

so the 140,000 complainants even the marketing director admitted to need to get a life lol
#10
csiman
tomwenn
Groupon are awesome, that was such a non-story on Watchdog, just like most of the program nowaways. People were complaining about situations in which they had already been refunded? Bore off and get a life.
Whenever I have had a problem I have been given credit, and have saved a fortune using them. Great company.

so the 140,000 complainants even the marketing director admitted to need to get a life lol

A lot of people have nothing better to do. If Watchdog took the most serious complaints (which they generally tend to do) and they were that petty, I doubt many problems are ACTUAL problems. Just nit-picking, and not problems with Groupon, but with the companies involved. That's my personal experience anyway, as Ive purchased over 15 deals with them, and any problems were not Groupons fault.
#11
I live near here, Never been, always meant to. What puts me off is that this offer is only valid till Nov and only on a Sunday, and already sold 767 (4 people). 767 x 4 = 3068. There are 30 Sundays left till Nov 27th. That works out 102 people per sunday??? Maths isn't my strong point, but im thinking its gonna be pretty busy.
#12
and at those prices, the peas will be from Lidl
#13
scatman69
I live near here, Never been, always meant to. What puts me off is that this offer is only valid till Nov and only on a Sunday, and already sold 767 (4 people). 767 x 4 = 3068. There are 30 Sundays left till Nov 27th. That works out 102 people per sunday??? Maths isn't my strong point, but im thinking its gonna be pretty busy.

That's where Groupon let themselves down, yes the companies are over selling their product but as you've worked out it odesn't take a genius to work out if you don't get in quick availablity is going to be limited if at all.

I'm a fan of Groupon to a certain extent, some great deals, but they do need to tighten up on some of the deals, it's easy to blame the companies behind them, but Groupon are the ones making the money, so have to be responsible.

Think I've bought about 10 deals from them so far and had 2 cancelled due to being too popular, one two months down the line that was a Xmas pressie.
#14
I've found that the problem with Groupon is where smallish firms, restaurants etc use it to attract new customers, but then actually resent the low priced deals they've offered when people turn up for them.

This can either lead to a begrudging attitude or an inferior service to that of 'full payers', or both.

Pretty self-defeating if they're hoping to get future business you'd have thought.
#15
csiman
tomwenn
Groupon are awesome, that was such a non-story on Watchdog, just like most of the program nowaways. People were complaining about situations in which they had already been refunded? Bore off and get a life.
Whenever I have had a problem I have been given credit, and have saved a fortune using them. Great company.

so the 140,000 complainants even the marketing director admitted to need to get a life lol


140K out of 3.6M is less than 4% which, if you are in business, most companies would love to have that level of delivery

Train companies struggle to make 90% reliability/punctuality (mine struggles to get to 80%)
Some banks have attrocious records with customer complaints

I think that issues must have been in short supply that week on watchdog to use this as a story when we still have utilities,banks and so many poor companies out there quite frankly taking the p***

For the record I have used Groupon 8 times and only once had to ask for a refund, which was actioned without issue.

I think the issues here are as mentioned earlier.. Companies use groupon and offers as a marketing ploy and then can't cope with the demand it generated (BA/Hoover scenario to a lesser extent). This says more about the companies themselves rather than the Groupon

Edited By: starsailor123uk on May 05, 2011 11:13

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