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Why Groupon Is Not The Right Choice For Your Budget It seems everywhere you turn the name Groupon pops up. In theory, the idea appears sound. In reality, when you choose "coupons" you are not getting your full money's worth. Truth be told, Groupon does very little other than to save you a bit of money here and there. Groupon Big Whoop

Most likely you signed up for Groupon with the thought that you could save 50 percent off something. Or maybe, just maybe, get a larger discount. But what good are discounts? You still have to shell out for the remainder, right? Sure you save a little, but the point is... you are not getting it for free. Free Is Better Than Groupon

Frankly, if you have money to spare and only like to save a little versus saving a lot, then you mine as well stop reading right here and continue on your way. If keeping your wallet closed and getting free stuff isn't appealing to you, then I don't know what else to tell you. But, if you really want stuff for free, Groupon is not going to cut it for you. Why Free Wins Out Over Groupon Any Day


Think about it... For every dollar that stays in your pocket, haven't you, in essence, made money today? For every dinner out you do not pay for, isn't that instant savings? Maybe, sadly, you just plain do not go out to dinner anymore because you cannot afford what might now be considered a "luxury." Life does not have to be that way. There are tons of absolutely free things available just for the asking and taking. And, let's not stop at dining out; how about free clothes, free food, free education, free travel, free mobile, free movies, and yes, even free home items? Will Groupon give you those? Of course not. You might be able to print out a coupon for a percentage off any of those named above, but you sure are not going to get away scot free. Today's Economy Demands More Than Groupons

There has never been a time like today's economy where the word "free" is more near and dear to the heart than just about any other word (okay jobs comes to mind, but let's stay focused). Each time you do not have to spend your own hard-earned paycheck on staples or luxuries, aren't you making money? Here is a true life scenario: "I've had a free Chinese dinner, two fancy ice cream desserts, ordered samples of one of my meds, and cosmetic samples for my wife. I gave away several coupons for [free] bagel and cream cheese sandwiches to my friends, and, oh yes, ordered custom luggage tags with a picture of my grandson. "I've been too lazy to take a Chrysler test drive to get a $5 gift card, didn't need one of 10,000 pair of free eye glasses offered today, and didn't qualify by age or income for a free 10 year $50,000 term life insurance policy for my kids education. "However, the freebie list had 350 items when I signed up. It's up to 500 now, and expected to go to the 1000s."


Drop Groupon Coupons and Go For the Real Deal

Basically it is not selfish of you to want or think that you deserve to get things for free. Retailers make billions of dollars a year, through the use of our hard-earned money. Getting items you need, want or desire - for free - must become part of your mindset. The fact that you deserve your fair share of what's out there - for nothing - does not make you a bad person. Far from it. So change your mindset, drop the Groupon coupon mentality, and go for the gusto - free!

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Why Groupon Is Not The Right Choice For Your Budget David Reid