For new Groupon accounts you can save 15% using code: WELCOME Possible 15% Quidco for new accounts (although payout not guaranteed if using a discount code not listed on Quidco). When I purchased a pair of Odeon Luxe tickets a few weeks ago they had an expiry date 19 days later. Unless I missed it, I saw no mention of this before I made the purchase which was a bit annoying. On a side note I find it very misleading featuring photos of Odeon Luxe, Leicester Square (at the top of this deal thread plus in the daily top picks email newsletter as that site is excluded from even the Odeon Luxe tickets from Groupon. (skeptical)
Of course they expire, before james bond on 30th sep!
Wooo 10p off again.
Bought for malignant today don’t forget 4% Quidco
Can i use the vouchers to book for movies after the expire date? for example if i book bond movies 2nd october and use the vouchers today?
31/10/2021Expires on 31/10/2021Posted 13th SepPosted 13th Sep
I can also recommend Bella and Duke raw, I have a working holländischer schäferhund Dutch Herder/shepherd and Bella and Duke keep her poops solid and keep her anal glands clear and gives her enough energy to work all day but doesn't make her hyperactive. I help some people train their dogs and diet is one of the key thing to look at first, I liken these cereal,carbohydrate, glucose, rich foods to giving a 5 year old kid sugar and E numbers. Price is less of a factor when considering food investment that is recoverable with the dogs work and we still use B&D raw. We also add an amount of raw bones to her diet.2 x Per week, normally get these from wolf tucker, she loves the Goat ribs and we will give her the rack semi frozen still, it is so good for your dogs teeth. Goat 🐐 https://www.wolftucker.co.uk/goat-rib/ Raw bones https://www.wolftucker.co.uk/rawbones Remember to factor in treats with your dogs diet and calorie intake, I highly recommended home made liver treats/cake, there are lots of recipes online only takes about 20mins to make, don't bother with the oven and just use the microwave. We make a big batch each week and after they cool down we freeze them into daily quantities and just grab them from the freezer each morning, she will eat them frozen when they are a bit spongy but it keeps her teeth clean.
Must admit, mine is on raw food (has been for 9 months now). She lost a lot of weight through illness and raw was the only thing that brought it back up. Perfect poops with no runs since then - funny how they can be allergic to some stuff cooked but fine raw! We use DAF (Durham Animal Feeds) plus Dorwest herbs. Works out cheaper than a decent kibble and much better for them.
Well I appreciate the advice from you I really do. My llasa apso (Walter) can’t have any red meat.. runs through him.. he can only have white meat.. chicken..turkey.. so mostly we had him on boiled chicken with brown rice garden peas and carrots.. all boiled with no extra anything.. very clean diet. When I saw the tails advertisement I thought I’d go with it see how he was. We originally had him on dry food with boiled chicken but he picked out all the dry food and only ate the chicken and was constantly hungry afterwards. Now on the tails.. he’s completely enjoying it and seems to be satisfying him. I wil certainly read on on The link you sent and get a understanding on things.
Follow the above link to the all about dog food review website, tails gets a nutritional score of 55% which is pretty low. We tried Tails briefly till we did some more research and now we avoid kibble completely as it's bulked up with ingredients dogs don't require. We did also try the Platinum semi moist food, it gets good reviews and has a much better nutritional score, we now feed our dogs raw Bella and Duke, the raw food isn't for everyone but ours seem to thrive on it. But it's very much personal choice, I'm just suggesting you do some research before choosing. Many of the big brands that are heavily marketed really don't score that well in terms of nutritional content.
I’m only just gradually adding this to his normal food. I don’t understand why your saying it’s not nutritional.. there are lots of ingredients in this that are great.. for joints.. digestive system etc x
30/09/2021Expires on 30/09/2021Posted 7th SepPosted 7th Sep
I didn't even know there was a TV show! Looking at the pics reminded me of the Gladiators finale in the '90s. I think that's when I last watched broadcast TV (lol)
Second this. Bought the Groupon for this a few years back and went to Wigan. We had socks already from JumpXtreme, which we showed on the desk on the way in when they asked, and said that they were fine. Tried to get on the slide, and they turned us away for not having “their” socks. Pathetic. An argument with the ‘manager’ was absolutely fruitless, so we left after less than 20 mins in there. Groupon were useless too, and refused to assist. Completely agree with the comment about it being unsafe and the staff flirting with each other, too; a little girl fell on “the wall” while we were there, quite clearly snapping her radius and ulna - the staff weren’t the least bit interested and left her mum to sort it, despite her cries for help. Not a chance I’d be going back.
Looks like great fun, if only I wasn't a flabby weakling with dodgy shoulders (y)
Anyone know of any deals for a Sunday?
Absolute shocking place (only been to Wigan venue). Staff are untrained and spend more time flirting with each other than bothering with customers, it's dirty and just plain awful. One of my kids got injured, I was the one who had to run down to him and then find a staff member (as none were anywhere in sight), he got an icepack and I was asked to sign their disclaimer that his injury was dealt with, took him to A&E and he had a fractured neck.... Unsafe and unsanitary
My daughter had that, delivered to a totally different address for some reason, did get a refund in the end but it took ages
Just Eat are just as bad, their customer service are auto-reply bots. We had items missing from an order and the auto reply said that as the missing items were part of a meal deal, that they are not guaranteed to arrive (yeah I know, it made no sense to us either). Contacted the restaurant who agreed to refund the missing items, but told us as Just Eat had taken the payment we had to go through them. Contacted Just Eat with proof from the restaurant that they had agreed to refund the items, and they sent us the same copy&paste response they had initially sent. This went on back-and-forth for about a month, with literally the exact same response over a dozen times. Then, I read online that someone in the same situation had filed a successful chargeback. Thankfully I'd purchased via Paypal, so I didn't even need to go through my bank, I was able to escalate a case, I showed Paypal the emails I'd sent Just Eat, and Paypal sided with us almost instantly, and we got a full refund ... bet they get hundreds of cases like ours. Basically Just Eat just outsource their customer service to Paypal and the banks chargeback systems and hope customers give up at the first hurdle. How they are still in business baffles me. I'm assuming their only remaining customers are people who have never experienced a problem with their delivery.
Lucky you Because there’s thousands out there that got nothing but ‘sorry we cannot do anything about this’ or ‘we cannot refund at this time’
I complained a couple of times for missing or unsatisfactory items, i got refunded via an automated option on their website, i didn't have to speak to anyone
Just pray you don't have a problem. The worst customer service from uber eats!
Just back and I thought I'd share pictures from 2 separate days - must be the first time I have witnessed fog @ Magheracross!So cruel! Normally you can see Scotland!
To be fair Magheracross was until this year really just a layby - a small car park with a few picnic benches. You'd normally just drive past it within a second thought. They have landscaped it and added a few features this year making it a worth while pitstop on the way to Portrush!
Lived here all my life and that's the first I've heard of Magheracross! I'll have to put that on my bucket list. I've also never been to Dunluce. I notice there's a Dunluce app you can download that gives you a guided tour. I'm sure there's other apps for other attractions.
Carrickfergus Castle? Do you mean Dunluce Castle? Both were open during July. Worth noting that the nearby Magheracross Viewing Point and picnic area is getting a "facelift". It's still free (height restriction on the gate mean cars only, no campers/caravans looks like they have removed that barrier now!), however they are building a cliff balcony viewing deck and are upgrading the landscaping! Just found this video - looks like they have completed construction! I'll probably be visiting White Rocks next weekend and we will be driving past this!
Great to see the passion for these places - I guess I was a little hasty in challenging the value for money. I did state though that you would be hard pressed to find alternatives at that price! Sadly the "visitor centre" seems to be an attempt to attract tourists and take their money as it's not very clear that access on foot is free! (I remember when the rope bridge was free as well!). I have visited many parts of the world (even walked round the pyramids) and I'll still argue that the island of Ireland is the best! (perhaps I am a little bias), but when you can picnic in most places without fear of anything eating you, biting you, getting totally lost with the potential of dying, extreme weather etc. then that's a bonus to me!
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There is a TCB on Groupon too which tracked as £1.80 for me.
thank you for the detailed answer. Big difference in price though.And I am not sure my newest car's aircon is as powerful as the one in the 2010 Fiesta
From what I can recall and I'm sure I will get corrected of I'm wrong, older cars used something called Freon which had CFCs in which is bad for the planet so they changed to something called R134a but I believe it has changed again to something new. As regards to whether it lasts longer I couldn't say but what I do know is I wouldn't buy a car without it again, its a godsend in the (limited) very hot days we have here. Hope this helps.
why the difference between older and newer cars? I hope the newest lasts longer??
They did a vehicle check for me too, is that even supposed to be included? Was for oil, brake fluids, tread... everything...
30/11/2021Expires on 30/11/2021Posted 3rd JulPosted 3rd Jul
Two Course Meal for 2 at Cafe Rouge £24.95 @ Groupon£24.95 Free P&P Free
Thanks MikeHeywood .Never tried that ,fingers crossed it works.Know I’m laughing about it however it’s bad now, goodness knows what it’s gonna be like when cold weather comes.
If you use valved masks you can also put a surgical one over it to help minimise projection of droplets. I haven't noticed a significant resistance in breathing out doing this. Another benefit is you can regularly change the surgical mask to lower potential build up of contamination. I have also found that m3 ffp3 masks wash well and so can be reused a lot.
Rub a little washing up liquid on your glasses before you use the mask.
Tried FFP3 unfortunately cause there’s no release of moisture from mouth and nose area the moisture builds on forrehead and rolls down to steam glasses. I say tiny windscreen wipers would save the day Lol
Holding out for the Bane .
Posted 27th Apr 2020Posted 27th Apr 2020
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How to Use a Groupon Voucher
Posted by Chris Knoll
Groupon's business is focused around the sale of vouchers for use in local or international businesses. They help to find great deals and discounts on a wide range of items to make sure the customer always gets the lowest price possible. So here is a quick guide on how to go about making a Groupon purchase directly from their website.
First, select a product or service that you are interested in purchasing. It could be anything from a pair of slippers to a beach holiday. Once your decisions have been made click "Buy" to add the item to your cart.
Once you've found the Groupon voucher codes that suit you, click on the shopping cart and heads to checkout. Checkout is only possible as a registered user, so if you haven't already you will need to make an account. The coupon will then be deposited in your Groupon account.
Click on your account and log in if you need to. If you are using the app, go to the “My Groupons” section of your account. Here, you will find a list of the vouchers you have purchased and you will have the option to print them off to use.
If you are using a computer, head to your account and click on the “My Orders” section, which also contains any outstanding vouchers.
Is Groupon Safe?
Yes, Groupon is safe due to the fact that companies need to partner with them in order to post anything to the website.
Is Groupon Legit?
Yes, Groupon partners with every company that posts with them in order to make certain that before you can buy a coupon, Groupon has already seen to it that the partnering company is legitimate.
Who Owns Groupon?
Chairman and founder Eric Lefkofsky has been the primary stakeholder in Groupon since the company was founded.
Why is Groupon so Cheap?
Groupon is cheap because of the scale of the customers and the customer base. Once a voucher is posted onto the website it guarantees business owners a minimum return on investment with the opportunity to become a massive success if customers take to their product.
When Was Groupon Launched?
Groupon was launched in 2008 by entrepreneur Eric Lefkofsky in Chicago, USA.
Shipping Options with Groupon
Different products from Groupon come with different shipping costs, depending on the size and fragility of the item being sent.
Any and all shipping costs are displayed at the checkout stage under the “Shipping & Handling” subtotal.
All items can be continuously tracked using the "Track Order" section of your "My Groupons" page.
There is also a chance that an item ordered from Groupon Goods comes with an extra delivery fee for handling, but this information will be clearly stated at the checkout stage. Also worth noting, discount codes are usually sent via e-mail so in this instance, no shipping costs are incurred.
Returns with Groupon
Groupon operates the Groupon Promise system, which allows customers to return any unredeemed coupons within 3 days of purchase. There are also specific policies for different Groupon offers and cases. If you ordered from a website other than the Groupon page and entered your shipping details there, you will most assuredly have to contact the merchant directly. If you have bought aGroupon promo codebefore the voucher has expired and you have not been able to book a time that suits you, Groupon will gladly refund the value of the voucher so long as it has not yet been used. If the voucher period has expired, then Groupon will not refund a Getaways voucher as the life of the offer has expired. Also worth mentioning, Groupon Live Tickets will only be refunded if the event is cancelled or rescheduled.
Any items purchased via Groupon Goods can be returned within 14 days of delivery. This refund option covers any product that was damaged in transit, has missing parts, or is faulty. Any items marked “final sale” on the purchase page are also ineligible for returns. If you're looking to make a return, here is the best way to make that happen.
When your Item qualifies, go directly to “My Groupons” on the website. Enter your sign-in details, and once registered, click on the “View details” section.
Here you should see an optionlabeled “Return package”.
Click through the link and print out the prepaid mailing label provided.
Attach this label to your return package and promptly send it to the address on the label.
Refunds from Groupon Goods often take between 2 and 3 weeks to process. You can track the status of any return by visiting the “View details” pageand selecting “View Return Status”.
Groupon Payment Methods
How to Contact Groupon
Groupon’s preferred method of contact is through the customer service sectionon their website. Here, customers can ask questions about shipping, Groupon discount codes and any items available on the website. You are also able to reach out with any questions through the messaging option on their social media.
Unfortunately, Groupon does not have a UK-based phone number for customer questions, but there is a live chat option available on most pages within the website.
But, if you are still determined to discuss a matter over the phone, your only option is to call the American helpline (00 +1888-373-5777).
You can also write to Groupon UK at their head office:
Groupon Inc. 600 W. Chicago Ave, Suite 400 Chicago, IL 60654 USA
Where to Follow Groupon UK on Social Media
Groupon was founded in 2008 in Chicago, USA, by current chairman Eric Lefkofsky. The goal was to build a global brand offering discounts and sales to the everyday shopper. In the years that followed, Groupon has become on of the largest websites in the world to offer users discounts on consumer goods, every day items, and even holidays to exotic locations.
The Groupon UK Product Range
No matter what you're looking for, you're sure to not have a problem finding it on Groupon. Below, is a list of the different product categories and the subcategories contained within.
Local deals will provide Groupon codes for beauty & spas, personal services, health & fitness, food & drink, activities, retail, automotive care, and home improvement. This assures customers that no matter what they need, they can find discounts for all of their daily needs.
From high-end to budget travel, there are constant Groupon deals from throughout the UK offering you holidays around the globe. Whether you're in the market for a full travel package, flights or just a weekend trip to a spa, Groupon has you covered.
Shopping with Groupon
Groupon offers a huge, continuously changing array of deals for services, goods and leisure experiences. All of the latest deals can be found at the Groupon hotukdeals pages, the first place to look for online discounts.
The Best Groupon Sales and Deals
Groupon is a discount vouchers retailer, so technically all of their products are special offers. However, the hottest recent deals are collected at the Best of Groupon pages, so if you are looking for the biggest reductions that might be thebest place to look.