Groupon Daily Deals – 1/4/11: Everyday Source, Heraldry Clothing, LensWay, Oprah Magazine, FitOrbit, + More

by Jennifer on January 4, 2011 · 0 comments

Here are a few of my favorite national Groupon deals for today. All deals listed below are available to anyone – regardless of where you live, unless otherwise noted.

In Detroit you can get $115 worth of keepsake books from Photobook America for just $35.

In Raleigh/Durham you can get $40 worth of gourmet gift baskets and more from iGourmet.com for just $20.  Groupon can be used towards shipping.

In Houston you can get a Spoonful of Comfort Gourmet Chicken Soup Care Package for just $35, shipping included.

In Salt Lake City you can get a 1-year subscription to “O, The Oprah Magazine” for just $10.

In Modesto you can get $35 worth of wise desserts from Fancy Fortune Cookies for just $15.

In Detroit you can also get $20 worth of electronic accessories for just $10 from EverdaySource.com.

In Allentown/Bethlehem you can get $40 worth of shirts, hats and apparel from Mad Industry for just $20.  Groupon can be used towards shipping.

In Toledo you can get $60 worth of graphic printed t-shirts for just $20 from Heraldry Clothing.  Shipping is included.

In Sioux Falls you can get $100 worth of eyewear (glasses and contacts) for just $49 from LensWay.

In Houston you can get a 16×20 gallery wrapped canvas from Canvas On Demand for just $45.

In Oklahoma City you an get a 3-month online personal training program from FitOrbit, Inc for just $60.

Locally, in Columbus you can get $150 toward furniture and mattresses from DFW Furniture for just $49.

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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