This post is sponsored by Groupon. However, all opinions and thoughts shared in this post (and all posts on Pop Goes Perfection) are all my own!
If we’ve been friends for any length of time, then you know I refuse to check out online without a coupon code. I can usually find an online coupon faster than baby D can find me hiding in a closet eating my Oreos (that’s really fast if you were wondering). But I did not discover until very recently that you can find coupon codes for many popular online retailers on Groupon! The service is called Groupon Coupons!
Wanna see what I’m talking about? Check out all of THESE coupons for Nike! You know in a family where we buy (at least) 7 pairs of tennis shoes in a year we can use all the discounts we can get. Right now there’s an EXTRA 20% off code! We’d be throwing away money if I didn’t take a second to check Groupon Coupons before submitting my order! Nobody likes to throw away money, am I right?!
Other featured coupons on Groupon Coupons RIGHT NOW:
10% off Clearance at American Eagle
30% off at the Container Store
10% off Hertz Rental Car
$20 off Turbo Tax Deluxe
As you can see, there is a huge variety of coupons at your disposal, so go check it out, bookmark the page, and be sure to check Groupon Coupons before you make your next online purchase!
You can also follow Groupon on Twitter and Facebook to insure that you never miss out on the latest and greatest of what they’re offering!
When we heard the Harlem Globetrotters were coming to OKC, we didn’t waste any time claiming our tickets. We jump at any chance to take all five kids to do something that ALL five of them will enjoy! I’d seen the Globetrotters once when I was a kid, and they were just as fun to watch as an adult!
Between the fun music, the mascots, the silly skits, audience interaction and insane basketball skills – we were all entertained and laughing the whole time, even baby D who normally has an attention span of 5 seconds!
If you’re planning to take your kids I feel like I should prepare you that they will start selling basketballs at half-time. Every. single. kid. in that auditorium will have a basketball. I’m pretty sure some near us had TWO and cotton candy and peanuts and popcorn and jugs of Dr. Pepper. The basketballs are $25 each, so budget accordingly. Last thing you wanna do is get to the game, have a great time, and leave with the only disappointed kid. We managed to leave with only 2 balls instead of five, half-way dodged that bullet. But, in all honesty, the players stick around to sign the balls after the game, and it’s really pretty special for the kids, especially for the basketball-lovin’ 7 year old.
I’m pretty certain our kids will be talking about this adventure for a long time to come! Be sure to check HarlemGlobetrotters.com to see when they’ll be near you! And don’t forget to use code FUNFAM to get 25% off!*