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Ideal for Xmas: £89 instead of £209.85 for 3 Gourmet Society gift memberships plus one free hotel stay for 2 people at a choice of over 100 hotels across the UK
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Found 18th Nov 2010Found 18th Nov 2010
Looks a good offer if you travel and like good eating - cards valid for 12 months. Highlights: * Fantastic 57% saving on a Gourmet Society gift package - Idea as an Xmas gift… Read more

Good deal - I got one of these 6 months ago as part of the Groupon £1 deal for 6 months - I've used it loads and have saved a lot. Whilst some of these deals are available for free via coupons there are a lot that are not and a lot of local restaurants that are not chains included with this card. Theres a fantastic restuarant in Milton Keynes that I love to eat at, i've used my card there several times and get 50% off food each time have saved £00's.

so you pay for a membership that entitles you to deals you can get free....lol no thanks

had a similar card which i got free and never used it as the deals were same or more than i could get.....also alot of the deals are with chains...hotel deal is ok i guess
Edited by: "royals" 18th Nov 2010
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£10 for a fantastic 30% saving on the entire range of products at the online home of PC and Multimedia accessories Logitech
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Found 5th Nov 2010Found 5th Nov 2010
I thought this looked a really good offer - to make it pay you need to be spending in excess of £50 as you get free delivery for orders over £45. So you spend £150 - you only pay £… Read more

That's not bad. A squeezebox touch would work out at about £190.
Ideal for Xmas: £57 instead of £154.93 for an Unforgettable Experience package that includes a thrilling supercar drive from Tellallmyfriends
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Found 29th Oct 2010Found 29th Oct 2010
Ideal for Xmas: £57 instead of £154.93 for an Unforgettable Experience package that includes a thrilling supercar drive from Tellallmyfriends Treat someone special for Christmas..… Read more

Just did an everymanracing day with an R8 and Ferrari 360. I'm afraid if you already know how to drive fast then you'll be very disappointed. Not allowed out of 4th gear in the R8 which is ridiculous, with very poor instruction. If you drive a basic car then this may be good but if you can actually corner already then forget it and go on a proper track day.

I think this is a great deal - have ordered one for a christmas present!

I had a go in an Audi R8 for what was probably less than 10 minutes but it was amazing and would definately pay alot more, the experience was amazing!

Voted hot from me! x

I have done this and its great fun. expensive but as stated before I could not afford to buy one. I dont know why people are saying cold. its cheaper than most and if you dont want the rest of the stuff then dont do it. My instructor also encouraged me to drive as fast as I could. got up to 140 on the straight.

My OH did one of these last week in loughborough with this company every man racing and he loved every minute. He did 4 laps in a Audi and the contiditions were very wet, but the instructor was encouraging saying he had the best car for that weather and even though the conditions were bad he got up to 90 mph and was over taking other cars on the track. He also paid extra when he was there to go round with a racing car driver in a thing called a Atom that was like a buggy racing car, did 3 laps in that for £25 and they went up to 130mph in those conditions!

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While i agree with most of what youve said, i have to disagree about what … While i agree with most of what youve said, i have to disagree about what you said about the driving part. If youve always wanted to get behind the wheel of a supercar then you have 3 choices....1) Buy the supercar (most people dont have a spare £100k though)...2)hire one for the day (probably £1000) or 3) do one of these supercar days for £50+ Yeah, its not going to be the same experience as owning one but if its something youve always wanted to try then, although its only 3 laps, then it fulfills your desire.People say "oh but you cant drive it to its limit".......unless you are a race driver or have had extensive experience in driving supercars, theres no way on earth you could (or even should) be driving a lethal weapon lik e a sports car flat out when you dont know its capabilities....and secondly, the course is disigned and coned off so theres actually no way on earth youd be able to test the car to its limits anyway. On my driving day (20 mins!!) i drove a Ferrari 355 and Lamo Galliardo and it wasnt till the last lap in both that i felt comfortable enough to really put my foot down.....contrary to what others may say, my instructor actually encouraged me to test it to its limits (within reason and within the capabilities of the small track) - i cannot comment on all centres though, but the one i went to was just outside Stratford Upon Avon.If you want a proper 'driving' day then a Rally day would suit you better



I've done something like this but only the driving part where I drove a Ferrari 360 and a Mitsubishi Evo 7. The instructor in the Ferrari wouldn't let me rev it so could barely hear the engine, frowned on any downshifting (as it was a semi auto with paddles) and generally didn't let me drive it normally let alone in a spirited fashion.

The Evo 7 instructor was completely different. He said second gear wasn't gear so floor it in first and then move to third. He was egging me on to build up speed as the drive went on. Now that was fun and how I would have expected to have driven the Ferrari!

I've since done two days at Palmersport in Bedfordshire and those are excellent - all the instructors push you hard there and you're really encouraged to push the cars to their limit. Expensive but well worth the money!
£50 for £100 worth of vouchers that can be used towards your dream holiday at STA Travel
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Found 23rd Aug 2010Found 23rd Aug 2010
This probably will go stone cold as it is Groupola but they do get it right sometimes and offer some decent offers and hopefully will learn from past mistakes. I don't mind if this… Read more

Got it, Can be used just for excursions too, 1 voucher per person per booking so if 2 people going then can use 2 vouchers per booking.

I am planning to get this to book excursions for my trip to oz. Will let you know how it goes. Need to ring to ask if thats possible first and get quotes BEFORE buying the voucher. Good for that if it works.

Has anyone used the voucher yet? Do you know if STA will hike the prices up as you are not able to booking online and use the voucher? Any experience of the booking process anyone? Thanks in advance

Great deal, will have to look into this.

unless the go bankrupt like the rest of the small companies. lol
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£34.90 instead of £74.95 for a digital TV mini media player brought to you by Conrad @ Groupola
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Found 19th Aug 2010Found 19th Aug 2010
Full Details £34.90 instead of £74.95 for a digital TV mini media player brought to you by Conrad Those moments are too precious to keep hidden away...Show off your digital home … Read more

think this is yet another example of how poor these deals can be, there's a thread running on MSE about various fiascos using them for "vouchers" and problems that have arisen...

Plus your link is quite literally pants!

£24.99 here

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/wd-tv-mini-media-player-24-99-dixon/739587

Cold from me £26.99Here Clicky
£20 instead of £49 for a 4 course banquet including unlimited wine and beer plus 2 hours of theatre and themed entertainment at Medieval Banquet with Groupola
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Found 14th Aug 2010Found 14th Aug 2010
Posting this as it was very popular that last time it was on a few months back. £20 instead of £49 for a 4 course banquet including unlimited wine and beer plus 2 hours of theatre … Read more

This should be hotter!
I did this the last time Groupola offered it at this price. It was a fantastic evening. Food was good, booze was fine, entertainment was great! Bargain, I think.
£19.95 for a voucher worth £50 to spend towards top of the range underwear for men at Mosmann Australia (Groupola)
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A decent offer - you get about 88 AUD for £19.95. You could get 3 pairs and cover delivery for about this - so works out about £6.66 a pair of your choice from Oz. Delivery is from… Read more

thegroutch

not such good value if you get stung for customs

You mean if they catch you budgie smuggling?

thegroutch

not such good value if you get stung for customs



Yes, import customs should be paid if you're importing undies at this value, so factor that in to the 'deal'.

True to an extent, but surely better to come straight to UK than to go to Oz first then here.

As most clothes are made in China it really doesn't matter.

It is not very "green" to import your undies from Oz. Are these so much better than the stuff we can get here in the UK (although probably made elsewhere)? I admit to not being an undies specialist but are the Boxfresh that was highlighted on this site a couple of weeks ago not much the same?
£18 instead of £40 for a 2 hour Kayaking or Canoeing experience in and around Bristol with The Outside Element (Bristol) with Groupola
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Found 13th Jul 2010Found 13th Jul 2010
£18 instead of £40 for a 2 hour Kayaking or Canoeing experience in and around Bristol with The Outside Element This summer come and experience Bristol in a unique way with The Out… Read more

My canoe and rowing club offer a 12 hour beginners course for £25 per adult (less for under 16s). I know that is a localised thing but I don't think it's exceptional in comparison with other clubs around the country. Therefore two hours for £18 seems stingy. For the full whack of £40 would be a con. If you've never kayaked before, two hours doesn't give you much time to learn. Most people will be lucky to be going in a consistent straight line by the end of two hours.
Back by popular demand: £5 instead of £39.95 for a whole years membership bringing you savings on fantastic locations with The Hotel Offer Company with Groupola
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Found 12th Jul 2010Found 12th Jul 2010
Back by popular demand: £5 instead of £39.95 for a whole years membership bringing you savings on fantastic locations with The Hotel Offer Company Experience style, comfort, quali… Read more

It's a terrible deal and very misleading.

It basically works out more expensive than booking hotels directly through third party sites.

I thought this company was decent but I'm starting to have second thoughts, especially with the way they treated me with my most recent order.

All members have to pay for during their stay are their meals, ranging from £22.00 per person per night up to £65.00 per person per night... yikes....thats £130!!!!....
£4.95 instead of £19.99 for savings on entertainment and leisure activities with The Ace Card  (London) with Groupola
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I would think this would be really useful during the school holidays especially. You can use it as many times as you want for a 3 month period. Full Details £4.95 instead of £19.99… Read more

oh shoooot i did not read your messages before i made my purchase but its funny to read all your comments as yesterday i was thinking the same thing about the same person aimbees spam the hell out of this site with all these holiday deals that are always crap in my opinion i did not know they were responsible for these groupon offers i will let you know the outcome if i get spammed big time now that i have signed up i wont recommend the deal on to others now that you have said these negative things.

I see user AMIBEES is also spamming us with KBG Deals now too.
Guess he/she is getting affiliate bonuses from the mugs that click through to the deals.
Yes I was one of the mugs and live to regret it now since I cant stop all the crap SPAM

I agree with both of you - the poster AMIBEES throws these crap deals at us every day, often 4 or 5 a day. After reading what Bitterwallet had to say, and the fact you get spammed so much I would stay well clear of this users postings.

Sick to death of all these groupola deals on here. We get it, someone "likes" groupola also known as groupon - same company run them both. Do we really needs so many links to all their deals - five right next to each other? Can't we have one link saying go look at groupola and see if you want to risk any of the deals in your area? Repeat it every day if you must but please not so many.

Groupla offer - go read up about them on bitterwallet. Don't touch with a bargepole.
£1 instead of £28.50 for a relaxing back massage at Cocoon Beauty (Nottingham) @ Groupola
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Found 7th Jul 2010Found 7th Jul 2010
Looks like a real bargain to me! £1 instead of £28.50 for a relaxing back massage at Cocoon Beauty Go on, indulge yourself with a 1st class massage, guaranteed to refresh & re… Read more

I used the Groupon £28 for £75 voucher for hellocanvas.co.uk with no problems, voucher accepted without question. Have also got diving one and a paintballing one, expect them to be as easy. So not all bad reviews for Groupon.

J.

PS I am not an employee of Gro... oh, I guess that doesn't really work anymore Genuinely not though.

Sick to death of all these groupola deals on here. We get it, someone "likes" groupola also known as groupon - same company run them both. Do we really needs so many links to all their deals - five right next to each other? Can't we have one link saying go look at groupola and see if you want to risk any of the deals in your area? Repeat it every day if you must but please not so many.

Groupla offer. Go read up on bitterwallet and MSE about them. I wouldn't touch them with a bargepole.

how does this work?
£5 instead of £10 for a 4hr Scottish trout fly fishing experience located in the tranquil surroundings of Loch Lomond with Carbeth Fishery with Groupola
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Found 7th Jul 2010Found 7th Jul 2010
£5 instead of £10 for a 4hr Scottish trout fly fishing experience located in the tranquil surroundings of Loch Lomond with Carbeth Fishery Try something new today, why not relax &… Read more

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Sick to death of all these groupola deals on here. We get it, someone … Sick to death of all these groupola deals on here. We get it, someone "likes" groupola also known as groupon - same company run them both. Do we really needs so many links to all their deals - five right next to each other? Can't we have one link saying go look at groupola and see if you want to risk any of the deals in your area? Repeat it every day if you must but please not so many.



My sentiments exactly!!

Sick to death of all these groupola deals on here. We get it, someone "likes" groupola also known as groupon - same company run them both. Do we really needs so many links to all their deals - five right next to each other? Can't we have one link saying go look at groupola and see if you want to risk any of the deals in your area? Repeat it every day if you must but please not so many.

Groupla offer - wouldn't touch with a bargepole after they got their own staff to post on the groupla facebook group as customers to cover up their mistake over their iphone promo. Bitterwallet doesn't speak highly of them.

Nice setting, right beside the Carbeth Inn on the Stockiemuir Road, think it or a house very near it was featured on Grand Designs a while ago.

Voted Hot, approx 40mins drive from Glasgow city centre, 10 mins from Bearsden Cross
£16 instead of £35 for a full set of gel nails with Code Hair and Beauty - Groupola (Nottingham area)
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Found 5th Jul 2010Found 5th Jul 2010
Get a brilliant full set of gel nails from Code Hair and Beauty for only £16, normally £35, saving you a cool 54%. * Full set of gel nails * Friendly atmosphere Locati… Read more
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how come every single individual thing on groupola gets posted on here? yet if anyone does it for say asda, everyone goes mad and expires the thread?

wish i lived a bit closer, heat added!

good price if you are in that area-they are really expensive usually-heat added