Monday, November 8, 2010

11/08 Nationwide Groupon Deals

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Today's Nationwide Groupon Deals
Select listed city as your city @ groupon.com. You do not need to live in select city. Purchase the groupon and then you will receive a code to redeem your code online. 


Prints, Photos, & Scrapbooks

  • $20 for $60 Worth of Custom Photo-Book Creations from Blurb. Deal in Colorado Springs.
  • $35 CAN for $100 USD Worth of Photo Books, Cards, and Calendars at Picaboo. Deal in Vancouver.
  • $34 for One 12"x12" Custom Hardcover Photo Book or Two 8.5"x11" Classic Hardcover Photo Books from MyPicTales ($70 Value). Deal in Albany.
  • $40 for $100 Worth of Memory Preservation from ScanDigital Photo and Video Digitization. Side deal in Boston.
Food & Drinks
  • $12 for $25 Worth of Premium Teas and Fashionable Accessories from Tea District. Side deal in Hampton Roads.
  • $25 for $50 Worth of Steaks Plus Free Shipping from Kansas City Steak Company ($54.95 Value). Deal in Kansas City.
  • $19 for Three Bottles of Hot Sauce and Hot Sauce Gift Box from Infusion Hot Sauce Company. Side deal in Albuquerque.
  • $15 for $35 Worth of Wise Desserts at Fancy Fortune Cookies. Side deal in Tulsa.
Clothing & Merchandise
  • $17 for $35 Worth of Personalized Apparel, Gifts, and More from The Initial Baby. Side deal in Dayton.
  • $20 for $50 Worth of Holiday Cards, Canvas Prints, and Other Merchandise at Paper-Moments.com. Side deal in Seattle.
  • $15 for $30 of Personalized Children's Clothing and Gifts at Makaboo. Deal in Charleston.
  • $30 for $60 Worth of Clothing and Accessories from TiaStar.com's Online Boutique. Deal in Winnipeg.
  • $19 for a Medium Personalized Bagettes Photo Bag ($41 Value). Side deal in Pittsburgh.
  • $29 for a Custom-Photo Clutch or $50 for a Custom-Photo Bucket Bag from SnapTotes.com. Side deal in Los Angeles.
Miscellaneous
  • $15 for $30 Worth of Customizable Skins for Smart Phones, iPhones, iPods, Laptops, eReaders, and More from GelaSkins. Side deal in Baltimore.

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