Don’t sleep on Groupon.

**Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions are mine.**

 

 

Have you ever booked a random flight deal on an impulse and then found yourself wondering what do you do in that random town?

No? Me neither.

But if you have, I’m here to tell you that you have options to figure out how to entertain yourself in Randomtown, U.S.A. and not want to throw yourself out the basement window for all the boredom.

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So, let’s just say you find an amazing deal to…Las Vegas…(I know, like you would ever really need to know why to do in Las Vegas. Stay with me here)…You can head on over to Groupon Things To Do and see what is happening in that city for a discounted rate. You could be quickly on your way to a museum, an observation deck, or a walking tour around a shady street sampling food along that way that may or may not give you food poisoning. Hey, it’s all part of the thrill! (Yes, I know. There are a gazillion other things to do in Las Vegas than eating street food. It can also be Cleveland. Whatever.)

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Groupon Things To Do allows you some additional options to entertain yourself when you end up in a random, but not so random, city. It provides you more options that you might not have thought of and you can find more things to do at a discounted rate. Everybody wins!

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Y’all already know how much I love Groupon for travel ideas and amazing discounts on cities all over the world. But now we have a way to find things to do when we get there. Think of it as your city guide on a discount!

What ways have you saved with Groupon? Tell me in the comments!

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2 Comments

  1. I love Groupon for things to do. I recently discovered they also have coupons too. I used to only use them for food and restaurants but their offerings are quite expansive now.

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    1. Definitely! I have a post about the coupons as well. I’ve used them for gifts for my mom and even stuff I need over here in Japan. It’s amazing!

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