Welcome to Couponing for the Extremely Normal!
One of my favorite ways to save money is buying daily deals from sites like Groupon. To name a few, I’ve enjoyed the savings on movies, dinner and discounted gift cards. I make a point of recording expiration dates and reminders to use my daily deal coupons before they expire. However, a number of times they have expired before I could use them.
Good news came out this week when Groupon settled a class action suit. The highlight is:
Customers who bought Groupon vouchers before Dec. 1, 2011 can either redeem these past their expiration date or, if they are unable to do so, obtain a refund from the $8.5 million fund, according the proposed settlement filed March 29 in federal court in San Diego. Residents in some states can seek refunds only for vouchers sold after Aug. 22, 2010, according to the filing.
Check this out and let us know what you think! Check your Groupon account to see if you have any expired vouchers which may still be valid or for which you may be entitled a refund as part of the settlement.
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