Groupon Daily Deals: (11/2/2010) Blog Book, Dog Treats, Needlepoint Belts, Movie Tickets, Candles + More

by Jennifer on November 2, 2010 · 0 comments

Here are the best deals I see on Groupon today (11/2/2010):

In Bakersfield you can get $30 worth of candles and gifts from The Candleberry Candle Company for just $15.  Must redeem by phone and shipping is a flat rate of $6.

In Jacksonville you can get a 20-page hardcover blog book from Blog2Print for just $12.  What a great way to preserve your online memories.  Shipping included.

In Seattle you can get 6 movie tickets from Weekly Cinema for just $30, or $5 for each ticket.  Must redeem through Weekly Cinema by 12/11/2010 and once redeemed you have 90 days to use them.

In Orlando you can get $50 worth of customized t-shirts and gifts for just $25 from Cafe Press.

In New York City you can get $50 worth of needlepoint belts and more for just $20 from Tucker Blair.

New York’s Online Deal is $35 worth of jewelry and accessories from Shopthelook.net for just $15.

In Minneapolis/St. Paul you can get $61 worth of meat, apparel, and other manly products from Man Cave Worldwide for just $29.  This site makes me laugh.

In Dayton you can get $15 worth of dog treats and more at Bing’s Barkin’ Bakery for just $7.

In Akron/Canton you can get $25 worth of gourmet treats from Mrs. Prindables for just $12.  These look delicious!

In Columbus today you can get $30 worth of Hibachi-Style Japanese Cuisine at Fujiyama Steak House of Japan for just $12.

View all of these offers and more here.

Please note that you can purchase deals in any city. Just be sure to read the fine print to see if the in-store Groupons are limited to a specific store. Online deals tend to be available all over the country – for example, you can buy The Nutty Guys Groupon in any city and use it for yourself because it is for their website. Leave a comment if you have any questions and I’ll do my best to help!


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