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So have you ever gotten your Group-on? Groupon is a daily deal offered each day via e-mail that offers savings of 50% or more on products and services.
They’re some of the most popular ways people are getting big discount deals on everything from spa treatments to eating out. But what if you buy into a deal and then change your mind or you’re running out of time to use it?
Folks who sign up for “half-off” discount programs at local eateries offered by CBS Philly, Group-on and other organizations should know that under Pennsylvania law, alcoholic beverages don’t qualify for the discount.
Invino.com is like Groupon for high-quality wines. The more people sign up for a bottle (or two), the better it works.